TRS not too shabby afterall..... - Read this!
I have always been a big proponent of the Edge trems, so in no way is my vision skewed. *I have found that the TRS isn't that bad after all. *
But I think it's a matter of what you're used to. *As many of you know I have had as many guitars as Richelle has had marriage proposals. *Ok, bad example, but you get the point. *I've tooled around with Jacksons, Kramers, Fenders and whatnot, but always came back to the Ibanez and the Edge. *It was simply the most comfortable trem/guitar for me to play on.
Well, I have been Ibanez-less for about 2 months now and decided that I only need one guitar to practice on, which wound up being a Wolfgang Standard.
Well, my old band approached me and asked that *I rejoin. *This means I'll be gigging again, and I would need a backup to the WG. *So, I went to GC and bought a mint RBM10.
As you know, it's a Korean made TRS equipped guitar. *I have found that after being away from the Edge, the TRS is actually a pretty sturdy little monster and actually feels pretty darn good. *
I hate the Edge vs. TRS thing, but I just couldn't resist saying something good about my experience with the TRS. *Also, after all of the negative press the Korean Ibanez has been given, I was shocked to find that this one plays as well as any Japanese RG I have played. *Now if I could only get this guitar to balance correctly.....