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Which one is more sturdy especially their screw holes, Ibanez Original Edge and Lo Pr

Which one is more sturdy especially the screw holes on fine tuner will not stripped off in the future due to constant use and I will use it as a tuner on fine tuner instead of Machine Head, Ibanez Original Edge and Lo Pro or Gotoh Floyd? Thanks in advance
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Which one is more sturdy especially the screw holes on fine tuner will not stripped off in the future due to constant use and I will use it as a tuner on fine tuner instead of Machine Head, Ibanez Original Edge and Lo Pro or Gotoh Floyd? Thanks in advance
You're really not going to have an issue with either of those trems unless you get massive corrosion in them. A little machine oil in there occasionally will prevent those problems. Fine tuners really don't get used that much. Once you've got your setup & restring dialed in, the only time you'll be using them is as your strings degrade as you play. Stay away from Chinese trems. Pure crap.
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Which one is more sturdy especially the screw holes on fine tuner will not stripped off in the future due to constant use and I will use it as a tuner on fine tuner instead of Machine Head, Ibanez Original Edge and Lo Pro or Gotoh Floyd? Thanks in advance
You're really not going to have an issue with either of those trems unless you get massive corrosion in them. A little machine oil in there occasionally will prevent those problems. Fine tuners really don't get used that much. Once you've got your setup & restring dialed in, the only time you'll be using them is as your strings degrade as you play. Stay away from Chinese trems. Pure crap.
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