Should I be worried about this trem angle?
I took my Ibanez RG652AHM with Edge Tremolo to my tech today, and he adjusted the truss rod and I told him i was having trouble with returning back to tune after using the bar. It's tuned to E standard with 10-46 gauge strings.
He adjusted the bridge for me, which before I took to him, had the knife edges visibly as parallel as I could get them, which is what Ibanez says it should be like for optimal stability.
After he gave it back to me, he said he adjusted the claw screws, and that he looks at the top of the saddles rather than the knife edge, and the guitar returns back to tune much better than before. However, the knife edge now looks different (image attached, sorry it rotated when i uploaded it for some reason)
This isn't parallel to the body, and is tilting backwards, suggesting that the claw screws need to be loosened. The knife edge not being parallel is incorrect technically since it's an Edge tremolo, but the guitar comes back into tune much better now and plays fine, but I just checked the intonation and it's a bit flat on some strings, which wasn't the case before. So should I still be worried about it not being parallel?