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Ibanez MC550
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Ibanez MC550

Other Shape Guitar from Ibanez belonging to the Musician series.

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Sophie_Vaillant Sophie_Vaillant
Publié le 06/08/06 à 03:52
This guitar is one of the best that I have more experience.
I fell in love when I saw it the first time in a small shop.
-24 Boxes
Channel -1 / Highway bne in which block with the rest of the body
Pass-rope like Gibson
-2 Humbuckers active
Two selectors are added to the selector micro t:
-1 Split micro (from micro double singles)
-1 Phase inverter is available.
In addition, American is all that big golden.

UTILIZATION

The handle is standard (like the rest of the instrument for that matter). If you're used to small strata, takes time to get used to it. The advantage, as with Gibson is that we do not hesitate to get into it.
Another small default, the Musician of cl can be accompanied screws. The silent Systm prvu a basis to refine the tuning, it quickly becomes problmatique when the keys are just to dvisser.
The guitar, except these two points is ergonimique trs.
Just play it unplugged to notice the quality of violin making.
When was the first impression, think I have a block of stone.
but the first is that it can s'aperois cry.

SOUNDS

A sound standard.
One senses immediately the difference between the active pickups and the rest double.
T I have to review all my settings a downward so that the battery is audible.
A well hot neck pickup, its a spin-spandrel bridge pickup, it continues m'tonner, each rglage I think changing instruments.
I use an equalizer to dig the sound in the middle so that the notes stand out better. This instrument fits all styles.

OVERALL OPINION

It seems that Ibanez has taken all that silent best of what's in guitar fesait this era.
We could find that the abundance of electronic dtails (selectors / mic assets), violin (neck / wood) could make a gas machine.
It is true that spits death, the CL system is a little to get rid of the weight ncessite a padded strap with Straplock.
Otherwise, the alchemy works perfectly.
And she is so beautiful.
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