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body trem cavity routing

I have decided to have a custom jem body made and the toughest decison is deciding on whether to have it routed for the original edge or for the edge pro. I am assuming that you cant have the body routed for both. Any information on the advantages/disadvantages of each type of routing/trem would be appreciated.
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