Ibanez
Series:
RG(2), Promethean(1), BTB(1), Jet King Bass(1)
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Ibanez reviews

  • EBS Classic Session 120, Ibanez Promethean P3115 and Peavey Max 115 Comparison
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    EBS Classic Session 120, Ibanez Promethean P3115 and Pe… - Only One Can Survive

    12/04/13

    Imagine for a moment that a fellow dressed as the mailman shows up at your door when you are about to start playing your favorite instrument: "Ding-dong! It's the mailman! I've got a parcel for you!," says an affable figure, all sweaty, with a tone that is meant to be cheerful.

  • Ibanez Jet King JTKB300 Mini-Review
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    Ibanez Jet King JTKB300 Mini-Review - Everything Comes in Threes

    11/07/10

    We all know the classic Ibanez bass guitar series: the SR range with its thin neck and integrated active electronics; the more characterful BTB range; the ATK range with its triple pickup that has been rocking the world of music since the 90's; the EDB range launched first in composite synthetic materials and then revisited in wood... But the obje…

  • Ibanez BTB 700DX Review
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    Ibanez BTB 700DX Review - Red or Black...

    09/06/10

    The BTB (Boutique Bass acronym) represents one of the nine IBANEZ bass families. It was conceived to provide features of a boutique instrument at an affordable price for the masses. Now, if I can only decide on the red or black finish..

  • Ibanez RG 2570MZ VBE Guitar Review
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    Ibanez RG 2570MZ VBE Guitar Review - Pure Prestige

    10/01/09

    The large Ibanez RG family starts to be å regular among AudioFanzine's editorial staff. We first received the RG2610 with its single pickup, then the RG420EG-SBK "spider axe." Today, it's the turn of a "prestige" RG called RG 2570MZ VBE. What sets it apart from the 21 guitars which form Ibanez's catalog?

  • Ibanez RG420EG-SBK: The Test
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    Ibanez RG420EG-SBK: The Test - Spider Axe

    07/24/08

    It’s already been 25 years. You wouldn’t think so, but the RG model from our Japanese friends, Ibanez, first appeared a quarter of a century ago, and has since made its way into the Metal and shredder guitar hall of fame.