#1
1. is it really bad to change the six strings at the same time?
2. Why do people say that the edge III sucks?
3. i want to learn scales. where can i learn(on what internet pages)?
#2
Edge III is made of lesser quality parts, it'll **** up after awhile, and become unreliable.

A lot of people consider swapping in an OFR.
#4
I prefer switching all six strings at a time. With an empty neck it's easier to clean. Then the new strings look nice and shiny on a nice and shiny neck =)
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#5
i swicth em all at one time, its hard to tune for the first day though.
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#6
1. I don't think it is. Some people think it'll warp the neck. I've always removed all the strings before I put new ones on, and my guitar is fine.

2. bad materials/construction. They won't hold tune as good as a real floyd rose.

3. Give a search engine a try. There are also lessons here on this website.
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