Re: Any tips for efficiently restringing Edge trem
Ideally leave strings on, and do one at a time. However, if you've taken them off:
If your strings weren't too old, and you're not changing gauge, then you should get away with just tuning as per normal (Low E (leaving is a smidge sharp on first round), High E, A, B, G, D)
If the above doesn't work, then you probably need to rebalance your string/spring tension.
Use the trem arm to move the bridge to the optimum angle (the visible tab of the knife edge inset is parallel with the body). The take some playing cards and put them between the trem block and the body (on the back of the guitar).
Then set all the fine tuners to the centre (makes life easier later), then tune up using the normal tuners. I like to stretch the strings a bit as I install each one. Then remove the playing cards. Ideally your trem will not move, but if it drops down into the body, then use your screwdriver to adjust the the claw to body distance. Making sure equal numbers of turns, and the claw remains level to the cutout.