Another childish opening for you. Nice attempt at suggesting that my preference for the Edge is based on ignorance, especially since you appear to be the one actually presenting as a LoPro fanboy. Would be great if you could just focus on the bridge itself and leave the personal stuff out. (I guess I've already said that a couple times but you seem to keep not reading my whole posts.)
No, you just talk to us like you think we don't know how to use them and that you're the only pro in the forum.
The Ibanez wrench set which has been available for decades, is the right tool. Fine tuners aren't in the way IF, you go buy a ball end wrench, which, just to let you know, is something I considered doing, but decided not to because I have a perfectly designed Edge that works BETTER FOR ME than the LoPro can/will. I have the right tools.
No, I get into arguments with people who think their view is the only valid one.
Quit taking it so personally and acknowledge that your view may not be the only one that works. There is no way that the LoPro is universally better than the Edge; just better for some users and not for others.
1. I didn't suggest anything about the basis of your preference. I was saying objectively the Lo-Pro is faster for string changes. It's not my fault that your whole basis for saying the Edge has faster string changes is due to not having the correct tools. You saying you "Hate" the lo pro is another matter, how can I not assume ignorance if you hate something based on you literally saying that you don't know how to use it and/or lack the proper tools? You've said this, not me... I tried to explain you how the problem does not exist, unless you use the wrong tool.
2. You accuse me of suggesting people don't know how to use the trems, meanwhile the basis of your argument was that I had never changed a string on stage, and that I didn't know about the trem dip method? Setting aside that I talked about those in my post and you didn't read it, while I was talking about the mechanics you were busy telling me I just didn't know how to string properly.... You try to project your own mentality on to me, literal projection.
3. The Ibanez multi-tool is a handy multi-tool, but it's not the ideal tool for every job or every guitar and you're basically trying to defend your point by saying the correct tool for the job is not the one that's suited to the job, but the one that fits your hole filled argument. For a Lo-Pro the correct tool is an angled allen key, as was provided with my Jem 7V.
4. You got into an argument with me where I tried to argue the mechanics, where you ignored all my points and then instead called me clueless, then finished up by accusing me of all the things you yourself were guilty of while never answering any question. You argue like a dirty politician, dodge and redirect back.
5. Where did I say the Lo-Pro was universally better? I've not said or suggested that in any post (go read them for once). You post like a dirty politician, constantly trying to pin **** on me that I haven't even said.