I just got an MIJ RG470 with a Lo-TRS tremolo, but with no bar.
After some research, it looks as though the replacement bar is the threaded kind. I actually really dislike threaded bars, so my question is, can I replace the trem arm assembly on the Lo-TRS with a Schaller trem arm assembly? I...
I just got a Jem Jr from online store. It is missing the trem arm. For thoses that have one of the newer Jem Jr's does it take an arm with a screw on bolt? Or one that pushes straight in with two bushings on the end that goes into the bridge. Could someone post a picture or link to...
I've got one of these on my Suhr now. It's absolutely awesome. It has the same sort of tension sleeve as a Gotoh or Wilkinson trem, but is a true push-in rather than a screw in like the Gotoh so you can still yank your...
im looking to pay pal you with gift option for your trem arm. shipped to 45215.
i have itrader here
i need the trem arm for the ibanez edge pro or lo pro trem. actually going on a 7620, but the trem arm with the 2 plastic bushings at the end is the one...
Okay so basically my trem broke hahaha.
I have a Jem 77FP, the serial number starts with 88. My local music shop said that it looks like it was built in late 80's early 90's. He also said that it looks like it has an Edge bridge. And I read somewhere that it could mean that my guitar could of...
I feel ashamed to post another trem arm fixation problem but I just feel there is something wrong about this.
I've recently bought a new trem arm for my RG570 Edge Pro, it has stayed stiff for about 14 days but started to get loose more and more to the point where it just won't stay...
Hey, I'm sure ya'll are tired of this question by now..but I'm gonna ask it anyway 8).
I have an RG350DX and love everything about it...even the Edge3 (although I do plan to replace with an edge pro, when I have the cash). But, I hate, I repeat HATE the floppy arm on the trem!!!! :evil: When I...
I bought a guitar on **** and hows the best way to ship it. I was thinking of having the seller put a towl ontop or sides of the guitar to keep it from shaking around alot during shipping. Its in great shape for being almost 20 years old and I want to keep it that way.
I thought I'd done about every trem swap possible by now, but apparently not. Never put an Edge into an OFR body before and need some advice.
I have an old Kramer body that was equipped with an original Floyd Rose. There is no recessed routing for pull ups -- only the main cavity for the...
Here they are. Not the best pics but my camera sucks and I am in a hurry cause I leave for the next tour tomorrow. Anyone in Utah, Washington, Colorado, and Indianna? Make sure you check the tour dates on either my home page or Digitech to come out and see the Digitruck (and see this guitar in...
I've read the setup section, but this doesnt help me, my trem arm came shipped without the nylon attachments. Now is that normal for an Edge III?
My issue is i need it to be less lose so that when i'm abusing it, it doesnt pop out as it has done on occasion.
Two Original Floyd Rose Tremolo Bridges, original 1980s-circa 1986:
One has fine tuners and the other is the non-fine tuner version.
Specs for both:
*Block length: 41.5mm
*Made in Germany
-Both will include the old-fashioned trem mounting screws (see pics)
I've got 98 Jem7VWH that I bought brand new in 98. I've owned dozens of guitars over the years, but this Jem has always been my #1 so it sees the most playing time.
Recently the trem arm started moving around a lot in the block. I replaced the arm bushings and tightened up the arm holder and...
For Sale: Ibanez RG 470
Purple (looks blue in photos with the flash; I tried to take some photos in natural light so the color was more accurate).
The stock pickups were replaced with a DiMarzio Evolution (bridge) and an Air Norton...
Just received my brand new RG2550Z in Galaxy White. It is fantastic, and came set-up just perfectly. I am a long-time Fender Strat guy, and don't have any experience with the Floyd-Rose type tremolo systems. HOWEVER, if have done a ton of reading and research, here on this site as...