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The Ibanez '''Edge III''' is a [[double locking tremolo]] system developed and produced by Ibanez, introduced in 2005. Like the [[Edge Pro II]] and [[Lo TRS]] tremolos before it, the Edge III is made for mid-level priced Ibanez guitars usually made outside Japan.
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The Ibanez '''Edge III''' is a [[double locking tremolo]] system developed and produced by Ibanez, introduced in 2005. Like the [[Edge Pro II]] and [[Lo TRS]] tremolos before it, the Edge III is made for mid-level priced Ibanez guitars usually made outside Japan. The Edge III is named after the original [[Edge]] and [[Edge II]].
The Edge III is named after the original [[Edge]] and [[Edge II]].
 
Unfortunately many people complain that these trems do not function as they should.
 
 
Tip for trems not returning to a clean neutral position (returning mistuned whether pushed or pulled): Replace the screws to adjust the tremolo spring strength. This is normaly the last part which is under suspicion. Use more stable/longer screws which have better grip in the body.
 
   
 
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The Ibanez Edge III is a double locking tremolo system developed and produced by Ibanez, introduced in 2005. Like the Edge Pro II and Lo TRS tremolos before it, the Edge III is made for mid-level priced Ibanez guitars usually made outside Japan. The Edge III is named after the original Edge and Edge II.

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