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Ibanez RBM2
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Ibanez RBM2

Other Shape Guitar from Ibanez belonging to the Reb Beach series.

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satch88 satch88
Publié le 04/18/07 à 15:24
Made in Japan t do this signature model sold as Reserved and USA

22 round box
KIT
1 Emg 89
2 emg's
floyd lo pro edge
emg preamp

koa

It is indeed the model has a koa and not the series!!

UTILIZATION

It sports a guitar
trs handle a flat highway

the sound is beautiful

SOUNDS

It is suitable for games such hard heavy metal old school

OVERALL OPINION

I bought this instrument in 1991 has done nothing since los angeles walk over nickel
Trs unusual product has 400 copies of the pure! followed later production model of lower qualitbr />
$ 2,000 prize in 1991

REB BEACH rock star guitar hero sells one of these models has more than $ 12,500 on its website notice to the amateur guitar is just fantastic

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