#1
Hey guys, i recently (sort of, 6ish months ago) got a ibanez rg350DX. Call me an idiot or whatever because i know i am as you know its a floyd rose style guitar. But floyd rose's are not my style, i want to freely change tunings whenever i want and to do so quickly. and i've never even shredded before because i hate it, its not my style. I know i shouldve gone for a epi les paul style guitar but oh well. If i were to pawn this guitar or put it up for sale on ebay, how much would i get for it do you believe. There is a minor chip in the headstock which i bought it with (lol) didnt relise till a couple weeks after i bought it when i was running my hand along it. Thats the only blemish to it. i picked up this guitar for AU$600 after trading in a starter pack electric and a starter pack acoustic. The original price was AU$900. The place where i bought it form is also where i do lessons and is privately owned by one man, its not a franchise so i may be able to talk to him about this aswell? but how much could i expect to get for this guitar presuming people think i payed full price?

I know i'll never make this mistake again and not rush into things ...
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#2
you could always block it off until you can find a way to trade it off or buy a new one. a good solid piece of wood or even aluminum or brass will do it
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#3
the funny thing is you bought the ibanez with the worst floating bridge they make. i dont know what the money conversion is like in Au(im guessing Australia? lol) but in the US no one should pay more than 400 for it.
#5
As others have suggested, you should block the trem. Also take off the clamps at the nut end, and just use the headstock tuners.
#6
1. Tremel-No
2. Block it.
3. Pawn it
4. You should have tried out frs and hardtails before you made your choice
5. The RG350DX isn't that bad of a guitar, is just the condition it came in