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«  Ibanez killer, Perfect for Djent! »

Published on 02/20/13 at 15:49
Value For Money : Excellent
U.S. Import fixed bridge 24 frets 2 humbuckers Cepheus dug to receive electronic active 1 volume 1 tone. 5 way selector. Mahogany body,
Channel driver
radius. 15 "
no inlays. inlays on the edge of the handle.
28,825 tune "24 jumbo frets
traversing ropes but fixed bridge.
Grover with mechanical ratio 18/1 for fine tuning.
Polyurethane Varnish Satin Finish

UTILIZATION

Long sleeve 28,825 in tune perfectly reproduces the bass. As much it weighs 8 string weight. Very good access to acute. Very good factory setting, pleasant handle and fast.

SOUNDS

His grave and crystalline fat thanks in part to key maple. On a 5150 it's heavy. This is serious and powerful Wave of babies playing with delectation
Microphones Cepheus its surprising I did not want to change.
Perfect for Djent, and tchuka tchuk!
Its well balanced set sizes used by gender, Keith Merrox, Drexsif Stalin.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had a year, the value for money is excellent, there is nothing to complain about Agile guitar have no major default.
Very good material, durable versatile, reliable holding agreements impeccable mechanical grover. It is closer to Schecter, Ibanez RGA more versatile than active, and more class! it has the look and sound!
Purchased 800 dollars plus 69 dollars fly box Douglas (oblicatoire transport via the Atlantic)) plus $ 130 for shipping.
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