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Ouija
#1 Posted : 6/12/2010 3:54:14 PM
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O.K. We get a lot of noobs on here asking questions. From time to time someone posts a diagram to help explain something that's quite useful. But when you want to find it again so you can use it in one of your own posts, you just can't be bothered to search through a lot of threads to find it.......

... so why not put all the diagrams in one thread, that people can use as a reference library to link from. (might even get stickied). Think of it as clipart to paste into your own posts. Just bookmark this thread.

This isn't a thread for chit chat.... just pages and pages of useful pics/diagrams from various sources. If you want to ask questions about the diagrams. Do so in another thread (link them into it).

I know we did something like this before, but i just wanted to clean it up (and the other thread wouldn't let me post images in the first post for some bizarre reason.

Here goes.

NECK BOW (incorrect)



Neck Bow test (exaggerated)



Pickup Heights




Pickup angles




Trems

Edge III



Edge Pro II



Edge Pro



Edge



LoPro Edge



Edge III side view



Edge III/Edge/LoPro correct angle



Edge Pro (1 and 2) correct angle




Adjustments







Edge III/ Edge Pro II arm tension adjustment





ZR Related






Strings and things



Miscellaneous









Intonation





Sat Pro positions



Trem Blocking



Trem Arms








(Contributed by Megatron)

OK PEOPLE, HERE IT IS, WHAT TREMS FIT WHERE!!





Schaller Floyd Rose in Edge III = DOESN'T FIT








Original Edge in Edge Pro route = DOESN'T FIT






LoPro in Edge Pro route = DOESN'T FIT







Edge Pro in Original Edge route = MIGHT FIT




Edge Pro in Edge III route = FITS!!!



New Tru Duo




Knife Edge CloseUps.






Even More

























Electronics



Color Codes (individuals)









Series Wiring



Parallel Wiring



Wiring options




Color Codes (all)

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#2 Posted : 6/12/2010 4:22:10 PM

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#3 Posted : 6/12/2010 5:53:35 PM
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Ouija wrote:


Wtf is that!?
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#6 Posted : 6/12/2010 6:42:17 PM
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I promise to try and bump this tread till someone sticky's it
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#4 Posted : 6/12/2010 7:34:00 PM
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Steelrobbin wrote:
Ouija wrote:


Wtf is that!?


A properly intonated fretboard in half step intervals.
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#7 Posted : 6/12/2010 8:16:31 PM
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lets add this chart too


edit
and the one of my EDGEIII trem in correct alignment


the switch terminal assignments for this two humbucker Ibanez stock switch





terminal assignments for the HSH 5 way switch



switching






PUSH-PULLS





I got some the polarity is North





measuring the spacing on the bridge pickup and the strings
both F-spaced or trembucker spaced




and the neck is traditional spaced or standard spaced




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#8 Posted : 6/13/2010 7:49:07 AM
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For sake of convenience, it might be better for members to keep adding future diagrams to their original posts using the 'Edit' button (which is what i'm doing this time round), as this compresses the thread down so that you don't end up with page after page of diagrams in hundreds of posts. Also tends to put all the pics on the 1st page if you do it this way, rather than a few pics here, a bit of idle banter, a few more pics, a bit more idle banter etc, that people have to slog through everytime they are searching for something.
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#9 Posted : 6/15/2010 1:24:50 AM
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Since I'm back to the "Set Up EDGE III" nightmareDoh
I just found this looking for some media that can help my crusade.
Don't know if it is correct, don't know if it will help, so please some experienced user tell me if it is so we don't mix correct diagrams with "newbie" diagrams.



I also decided to take a picture of the "Ibanez Floating Trem Help - Nevada Music UK" video when it comes to the Edge III angle, in case someone feels the quantity of pictures in that matter is poor:



(Pretty awesome post Ouija)
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#5 Posted : 6/15/2010 8:16:55 AM
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Ouija wrote:
Steelrobbin wrote:
Ouija wrote:


Wtf is that!?


A properly intonated fretboard in half step intervals.


its the 4th level of Donkey Kong

and the 9th of Pac Man!
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#10 Posted : 7/26/2010 5:33:00 AM

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#11 Posted : 7/26/2010 6:15:01 AM
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Please don't use this thread to ask questions in please. It's meant for storing diagrams in only. Instead, start a new thread with your question, linking to the diagram in this thread (that's what it's intented for). If you could delete your post i'll delete this one after you've read it...

Cheers.


PS. Just noticed the Delete button is missing from the top of posts. Since when?
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#12 Posted : 5/22/2011 10:05:28 PM
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This is a Awesome thread, I will look through my collection of diagrams and see if I could possibly have something to add that is not already here.
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#13 Posted : 11/4/2013 6:43:26 PM

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This is a Awesome thread, I will look through my collection of diagrams and see if I could possibly have something to add that is not already here.


nothing? :P
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