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  • El BondzuEl Bondzu

    Ibanez UV7Published on 11/29/03 at 09:27
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    So here, after buying a K-7 3 weeks ago, I will speak of the love of my life as a musician: the Universe UV7 Bk, that of the photo above.
    I bought new in 1992 at a price of 7900 francs (on sale).
    First 7 string series and derived from the Jem in the form of his body tieuille American (without Monkey Grip), its maple neck, rosewood fingerboard and its vast LoPro Edge tremolo, it's great stuff. She is very well finished (it was a real luxury in those days), sutout handle very large, 7th chords forces, but an end, and jumbo frets Dunlop, extremely well placed and finished.
    The body is black but the 3 DiMarzio Blaze II (2 doubles, 1 single), the pots of volume and tone, the marks on the b…
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    So here, after buying a K-7 3 weeks ago, I will speak of the love of my life as a musician: the Universe UV7 Bk, that of the photo above.
    I bought new in 1992 at a price of 7900 francs (on sale).
    First 7 string series and derived from the Jem in the form of his body tieuille American (without Monkey Grip), its maple neck, rosewood fingerboard and its vast LoPro Edge tremolo, it's great stuff. She is very well finished (it was a real luxury in those days), sutout handle very large, 7th chords forces, but an end, and jumbo frets Dunlop, extremely well placed and finished.
    The body is black but the 3 DiMarzio Blaze II (2 doubles, 1 single), the pots of volume and tone, the marks on the button, the border around the pickguard and the fluorescent green screen is I think the only thing to look questionable, but hey, when you love ... http://www.jemsite.com for more info." rel="ugc noopener" target="_blank">

    UTILIZATION

    The transition from 6 to 7 strings did not ask any particular problem. Having no large hands, the width and the smoothness of the handle are not annoying. In addition, non-stick coating is very pleasant to the touch. The ergonomics is good although we quickly realized that it is then a very special machine.

    SOUNDS

    Plugged it on any amp, good or large casserole, it will always sound good, even vacuum is good! She is currently given a tone lower with 060 for the serious, and distortion (a Marshall JCM900) is clean and huge! Even the clean sounds on the intermediate positions of the 5-way switch are clean and shiny. But it's still scheduled for serious!

    OVERALL OPINION

    When the strings are nazes, I retune in E, the K-7 will remain below 1 ton.
    In almost 12 years, I have never regretted that choice because it's my main guitar. She aged really well and I can not get enough.
    All playing techniques and most styles of music nickel pass even if it is anyway for the metal.

    Listen Korn among others, Steve Vai, and Dream Theater Fear Factory and you will understand what it's all about, or go to http://www.jemsite.com for more info.
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  • poulpeolivepoulpeolive

    Ibanez UV7Published on 03/08/05 at 00:56
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    United States, micro Dimarzio, Floyd Rose, 24 frets ...

    UTILIZATION

    I've never tired .. round pleasant happiness of the seventh chord .. I must say it was designed to be versatile, easy to play, and reliable (we had to reassure skeptical of the seventh chord) ..
    Great for many cavernous agreements, it also arpeggios and descending melodies more ..
    for proof, guitar shred my partner, who have fun on a beautiful blue floral Jem, sold it to buy the model of the seven-time black string (pyramids pearl on the fretboard, but hideous logo kind of mystical delirium vai on the body ...)

    SOUNDS

    For sound, it is certainly good in the man Vai (but it has been worse, as tonal s…
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    United States, micro Dimarzio, Floyd Rose, 24 frets ...

    UTILIZATION

    I've never tired .. round pleasant happiness of the seventh chord .. I must say it was designed to be versatile, easy to play, and reliable (we had to reassure skeptical of the seventh chord) ..
    Great for many cavernous agreements, it also arpeggios and descending melodies more ..
    for proof, guitar shred my partner, who have fun on a beautiful blue floral Jem, sold it to buy the model of the seven-time black string (pyramids pearl on the fretboard, but hideous logo kind of mystical delirium vai on the body ...)

    SOUNDS

    For sound, it is certainly good in the man Vai (but it has been worse, as tonal signature) but the spectrum is wide .. of course, is not an instrument of bluesman ... we can play with the configurations of single and dual microphone .. nothing very original, but all you need ..

    OVERALL OPINION

    Purchased in 1992 (9000 frs so), I realized a dream with this beautiful object (to be chosen at the time, dirty-white or multicolored version, expensive and uncertain .. black is sober, and green fluorescent brings a fancy light and friendly when you get used to fast ..) But this guitar was outdated by 1995, before the challenge of youth groups up to date (korn and other ..).. but other than Steve Vai, some of my favorites used them as scratch: Derek Taylor, Scott Stine, Rob Johnson .. then everyone started to manufacture (of 7 strings ..)
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  • Remy DumasRemy Dumas

    Ibanez UV7Published on 04/25/05 at 08:35
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I bought it in '92, I use it every day

    Configuration "priori" standard masi the quality is such that there is no default Arelle

    UTILIZATION

    Manufacture high-end Ibanez, the curvature of the neck is perfect over a six-string flat
    A reservation on the body at the junction with Le Manh to switch the thumb and be comfortable on the end of 2nd octave, even if it is a dtail, it shows the advantage of a signature on a SERIES, especially when the guitarist is Steve Vai as mticuleux

    Used especially for beginners at the game very fast, I went through a more versatile, and today I am fully satisfied by its versatility. When we used to play it, we fat what we want, all sounds are acc…
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    I bought it in '92, I use it every day

    Configuration "priori" standard masi the quality is such that there is no default Arelle

    UTILIZATION

    Manufacture high-end Ibanez, the curvature of the neck is perfect over a six-string flat
    A reservation on the body at the junction with Le Manh to switch the thumb and be comfortable on the end of 2nd octave, even if it is a dtail, it shows the advantage of a signature on a SERIES, especially when the guitarist is Steve Vai as mticuleux

    Used especially for beginners at the game very fast, I went through a more versatile, and today I am fully satisfied by its versatility. When we used to play it, we fat what we want, all sounds are accessible and I was often asked what 'Start' in the studio I used the microphone combos are perfect, only the sounds too serious humbuc typ.

    BMOL small, it is very heavy, if you make a whole concert with her on the shoulders you get out vann

    SOUNDS

    Perfect guitar to find its balance in a studio rapidity saving time, live, ease adaptability

    OVERALL OPINION

    We will celebrate our 15th anniversary can be a little face lift to remove the bright green that I like more

    So if the biggest complaint I have him, she's so perfect that it has no character one might find a guitar fluff default but would that something of nickel, but hey, we can not have everything, again, e've recently started looking for a more bluesy guitar, telecaster, and I'm like blown away by the crap that happened to the Fender, I keep my universe! and waiting during a fender or a squier good era in good condition and an accessible price.
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