Ibanez 2ED2C1B Edge 3 Tremolo Bar

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MSRP: $16.00 $13.49 Save : $2.51 (16%)
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Ibanez 2ED2C1B Tremolo Bar, Original Tremolo Bar for Edge III

Things You Will Get:

  • Trem Bar
Series Edge 3
Model 2ED2C1B

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Ibanez2ED2C1B Edge 3 Tremolo Bar
 
3.0

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1.0

Would have / should have been great

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from Illinois

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      Comments about Ibanez 2ED2C1B Edge 3 Tremolo Bar:

      I needed one plus a backup for a gig and ordered from Sam Ash's ebay store. Despite showing multiple bars in stock ( I ordered 2 ), they didn't ship after a week and then PayPal send me an email that my money is being refunded without any communication from Sam Ash. If they had give me a little notice that they were actually out of stock, then I could have made other arrangements, but since they never communicated with me until well after the fact, then I was high and dry for my gig....

       
      5.0

      Yes sir 100%

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      from Seattle, WA

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      • Easy To Use
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          Comments about Ibanez 2ED2C1B Edge 3 Tremolo Bar:

          The product itsself works great, just as advertised, so I give it 5 stars. My gripe is with the design of the system its self. When I pull up on the bar and do flutters and what-not, the bar starts to slip out of place since there's only a friction lock holding it in place. It doesn't really "snap" in.

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