#1
I have one on my guitar, and I love the thing. I actually prefer it to the OFR cuz the OFR's knobs were so hard to twist and the ones on the Edge are so smooth. Why does everyone flame and bash this trem so much?
Guitars:
Ibanez RG4EX1
Epiphone SG w/EMG's

Amps:
Peavey Windsor Head w/ JSX Cab
MicroCube (for the sake of practice at college)

Pedals :
Fulltone Full Drive 2 Mosfet
Digitech Whammy
Dunlop Crybaby
#3
Its only the edge III people dont like (and may be some others I dont know about)


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#4
Depends on the model. Edge III is made of cheaper metal, thus wearing down fairly quickly, within a year or two with use. The Original Edge's, for instance, are great. Ibanez makes some great bridges as long as you get a higher end one.
#5
Cheap metal!

Ive seen them crack in half before...

Knife edges start to wear down after about a month of use.

Tuning issues.

Pro's:
Very comfortable to use and palm mute on. Easy access to change strings and thats about it...
#6
Quote by IbanezPsycho
Cheap metal!

Ive seen them crack in half before...

Knife edges start to wear down after about a month of use.

Tuning issues.

Pro's:
Very comfortable to use and palm mute on. Easy access to change strings and thats about it...


Quote by stephen_rettie
casue it doesnt stay in tune well with use



OK, you guys do realize that the Original Edge, Edge Pro, Edge Lo-Pro, Edge Zero are reckoned to be as good, if not better and more durable thatn, OFRs?

It's only the Edge 3s and Edge Pro 2s that are cheap.