#1
hey. is there a locking bridge that isnt a tremolo? b/c i need a locking bridge but i dont want to mess with routing cavity's for a tremolo in my custom guitar project

Thanks!
Austin
#2
i can't remember....i think its wilkonson bridges but i could be wrong...
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Fractal Axe FX
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Voodoo Lab Ground Control Pro

Ibanez RGA 121 w/ Crunchlab and Liquifire
Music Man John Petrucci Mystic Dream
ERG Custom Guitar
#4
Quote by AustinForToday!
hey. is there a locking bridge that isnt a tremolo? b/c i need a locking bridge but i dont want to mess with routing cavity's for a tremolo in my custom guitar project

Thanks!
Austin


There's the Ibanez edge fx. Dunno how good it is and whether it requires routing though.
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#5
Quote by timi_hendrix
There's the Ibanez edge fx. Dunno how good it is and whether it requires routing though.

is it a tremolo? b/c if it is, i would hav to route for the springs and whatnot
#7
It's just a fixed edge bridge. Try googling it or something, failing that, I think it's on the Mick Thompson Ibanez.
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#8
Quote by timi_hendrix
There's the Ibanez edge fx. Dunno how good it is and whether it requires routing though.


According to Rich over at Jemsite it's the best fixed bridge he's ever used. I trust his opinion quite a bit, too.

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#9
okay. i have an Ibanez rg321 and i need a locking bridge thats not a trem. from the looks of the edge fx it would still require routing on the face of the body for the end of the bridge is that true?
#10
Quote by AustinForToday!
okay. i have an Ibanez rg321 and i need a locking bridge thats not a trem. from the looks of the edge fx it would still require routing on the face of the body for the end of the bridge is that true?


Yes. Why do you want to mod that guitar anyway? It's really not worth it in the long run...
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#13
+1

Why do you feel you need a locking bridge? If you want to improve tuning stability then get locking tuners.
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+1

Why do you feel you need a locking bridge? If you want to improve tuning stability then get locking tuners.

because the nut space on my guitar is large and only for a locking nut
#15
Quote by AustinForToday!
because the nut space on my guitar is large and only for a locking nut

So?
Just fit a locking nut and leave it unclamped then, far less hassle.

then fit locking tuners.
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