#1
i was thinking of getting a licensed floyd rose instead of an ariginal cause it's a lil cheaper. would it be a good deal, dealing that i have the Ibanez Xiphos, witch has the egde III tremolo, witch is not very good
#3
OFR FTW man. I think the newer versions (edge pro III, if there is such thing) are also a direct swap for an Edge Pro.
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#4
The Edge Pro would be the wiser upgrade over an Edge 3 than the OFR or the LFR. Most LFR's aren't bad per se, but the usable life span is comparatively short before they start wearing out.
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#5
An ofr is going to be a much better made and better preforming trem. Just make sure you get one with the proper string spacing, block size, and mounting options for you guitar.
#6
Edge Pro won't swap with an Edge III afaik, it was a direct swap with the Edge Pro II before they stopped making them. It depends on what licensed OFR you get too. The Schaller and Gotoh LFR are good trems, as they use hardened steel like the OFR. Most cheap LFR don't use hardened steel, and will be the same thing as the Edge III in it now.
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#7
Plus the OFR is a direct drop as opposed to the other which aren't and would require more routing. Or at least i'm pretty sure this is the case. Someone correct if i'm wrong.
#8
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Edge Pro won't swap with an Edge III afaik, it was a direct swap with the Edge Pro II before they stopped making them. It depends on what licensed OFR you get too. The Schaller and Gotoh LFR are good trems, as they use hardened steel like the OFR. Most cheap LFR don't use hardened steel, and will be the same thing as the Edge III in it now.


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