I learn something new every day. I've always been under the impression that to completely make bounce irrelevant on a shot the forward shaft lean has to be greater than the amount of bounce, e.g. with my 58.10 I'd need to have 10 degrees of forward shaft lean to completely remove the bounce, otherwise the bounce will still be used to some degree.
From personal experience with the 58.10 off hard lies blading the ball happens far more often as the bounce simply can't go into the ground enough to slide under the ball without manufacturing shaft lean to prevent it.
Time to find the Edel thread methinks! :)
There's vids on here of Mike hitting pitches off of a putting green, Erik hitting pitches off of a carpet laid over concrete and there are lots of online videos of Stan Utley hitting wedges in a parking lot all with high bounce wedges.
Still confused here. The Edel website shows a whole range of wedges for different swing characteristics and many of them are "low bounce", e.g. for us sweepers. If I'm a sweeper I can see completely why it is that the high bounce wedge off a tight lie blades for me (I'm a hit and hold rather than flip at the ball player which I know isn't viewed well on TST).