#1
I've got an Ibanez RG4EX1 and it's got the Edge III trem. bridge or something like that, all I really know is that its the stock bridge that comes with it. I doesn't like me to tune it. So i was wondering if there's a way to lock the bridge, or something so it's somewhat easier to tune it. Any help would be awesome. Or like if i can buy a new fixed bridge for it...
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#2
Quote by escalade
I've got an Ibanez RG4EX1 and it's got the Edge III trem. bridge or something like that, all I really know is that its the stock bridge that comes with it. I doesn't like me to tune it. So i was wondering if there's a way to lock the bridge, or something so it's somewhat easier to tune it. Any help would be awesome. Or like if i can buy a new fixed bridge for it...

should have done your research Edge 3 is not a very good trem. I am realty not sure how to go about dealing with one, im sure it cant be that hard, but I have VERY limited experience with one.
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#3
Quote by sacamano79
should have done your research Edge 3 is not a very good trem


I know, but i got it at a local store for a decent price, and i couldnt refuse the deal. Damn me and my stupidity!!
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#4
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#7
are you talking about blocking the trem? it will increase sustain and and keep the tuning more stable but you wont be able to use the whammy bar to dive and go up likeyou would normally. To do this, the best way i guess is to cut out blocks of wood teh size of each side of the trem in the inside of the trem cavity and put them in the spaces inside the trem cavity if that makes sense...
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#8
Quote by CorvetteRick
I have an Ibby RG560 and the trem (i think edge III) was pissing me off, so I took a piece of cedar and placed it between the trem and body under the back plate. Kinda african-american engineered but works for me, way easier than getting a hardtail bridge.


Ok, I'm pretty sure I get what your saying, but could you or somebody send me a picture of what this would look like or where specifically it's placed??
You can either post it on here, or email me:
keganjgrode@yahoo.com
thanks
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Ibanez RG4EX1 (EMG-81)
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Gallien-Krueger Backline 112
Peavey Backstage 110
Digitech RP2000


#9
Never mind, I just google image searched it, and now I get it. Thanks for all the help everyone!!
G3AR:
Ibanez RG4EX1 (EMG-81)
Peavey AC BXP-4
Jackson Dinky Reverse (EMG-81)
Gallien-Krueger Backline 112
Peavey Backstage 110
Digitech RP2000