I'm interested in one thing concerning Ibanez Floyd-Rose-type tremolo bridges which I hadn't been able to find enough information about: does any Ibanez Floyd-Rose-type tremolo bridge which doesn't require removal of balls from strings while restringing exist? Or is it possible to restring any...
ok so i have a rg320 dxqm and i need a new trem the knife blades are wore out on the studs and this this wont hold tune longer then playin a few songs...ive already changed the locking nut thinking that might be it but nope....so my question is what trem will fit in here withought any routing...
I want to replace my tremolo bridge on my GRX40 entry level guitar. I believe it currently has a "Fat 6" traditional tremolo bridge with a 6 screw mounting. My worry in the upgrade is that the 6 screws on my tremolo seem spaced differently than I see on the upgrades like on the vintage Floyd...
Hi guys, im new here and I need help finding a pickup for my guitar.
I have a Ibanez RGR420EX
* 3-piece Wizard II neck
* Sharktooth inlay
* Reverse headstock
* IBZ V7 and V8 pickups
* Edge III tremolo bridge
* Gotoh tuners
I like dragonforce's distortion sound...
Kahler 2300 Tremolo Bridge in chrome.
Includes the locking nut and the tremolo arm pictured. This bridge is complete, and it works flawlessly.
Great for replacing a Floyd that has broken its posts and damaged the body, its also lockdownable via the allen screw in the cam.
It really is a...
Selling off my Music Man SUB 1 guitar with a new music man fitted case. The guitar is in great condition with only 2 small cosmetic issues on the guitar. There is a small chip on the top of the headstock and part of the sub 1 logo has been sanded off. so instead of saying sub 1 on the headstock...
hey! im new here. anyway, im looking for a bridge w/ locking tuners but not a tremolo. b/c i am currently building a project guitar and the body is an Ibanez rg321 and i dont want to mess w/ routing out a cavity and all for a tremolo but i need a locking bridge b/c my nut is locking. any help guys?
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)
Just a couple of questions to anyone who might know, i paid £300 for it, but it has v7 and v8 pick ups (usuauly on higher priced ibanez's) , and cool glittery paint, i was curious why its so cheap? most ibanez in that price range tend to not be so good, ie 2xx or 3xx series.
So... on a trivial visit to the music shop in order to pick up some hardware I had ordered, I was surprised when I was shown someone's special order: an RGT-220Z NTF!!!
I didn't have the chance to plug it in because the shop was closing, but I did pick it up and played "unplugged" for a while...
I watched a demo off a new tremolo which wont get out of tune, even if a string breaks. They called it StepMax. Anyone tried it?
NOTE I AM A NOVICE GUITAR PLAYER AND AM JUST SEEKING INFORMATION FROM MORE SEASONED PLAYERS SO I CAN UNDERSTAND THE BENEFITS OF A FLOYD ROSE. ARE THERE ANY? THANK YOU.
BASED ON MY NOVICE LEVEL HERE ARE MY THOUGHTS: Coming from a newbie- I know some of you guys swear by them but I don’t get why...
New stripped down versions, still with all the quality control etc, but cheaper! Also you get a choice of lundgrens, dimarzios or bareknuckles among other pickups.
(and before anyone complains about the price in dollars, well, we get shafted in reverse on...