#1
Hi, my Edge III tremolo on my Ibanez is killing me. It won't stay flat against my guitar's body. Is there a way to "Lock" the bridge in a way that it won't move up or down and be more like a regular fixed bridge?
My Gear
Electrics - Ibanez RG370DX
Acoustics - Takamine EG510SC, Victoria Classic
Pedals - Ibanez WD7, Marshall ED1, Digitech DF7, Boss AC3, Marshall RG1, Digitech XDD
Amplifiers - Laney HCM15R, Roland Micro Cube
#2
put a bunch of springs on to the claw, and show a bit of wood under the fine tuners so it cant pull back into the cavity.




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#3
A tremel-no would work well too.
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#4
I worked it out! I just stuck two pieces of wood under the Edge and now it won't move! I can tune the strings without affecting the other strings and if a string string snaps, it won't get out of tune! SWEET!
My Gear
Electrics - Ibanez RG370DX
Acoustics - Takamine EG510SC, Victoria Classic
Pedals - Ibanez WD7, Marshall ED1, Digitech DF7, Boss AC3, Marshall RG1, Digitech XDD
Amplifiers - Laney HCM15R, Roland Micro Cube