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STC-Shaped Guitar from Ibanez belonging to the Ergodyne series

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  • MGR/nemoMGR/nemo

    Ibanez EDR 470

    Ibanez EDR470Published on 11/22/03 at 15:00
    i paid £370 over the net from a company in England. I needed a second electric guitar, and after trying this one in a guitar shop in Aberdeen decided i prefered it to an Epiphone Les Paul Standard, but they wanted to charge me £500 for it.

    The tone and sustain. Crank up the gain on your amp and let rip, it sounds amazing. With this guitar you'll never be worried that high string lead parts will sound too thin or wiry again. The neck is smooth and fast, far more comfortable than a Strat. It looks amazing(lets face it, when playing live this DOES matter)and the whammy bar can withstand a fair amount of abuse without going out of tune

    I hate the locking trem, as a big fan of alternate …
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    i paid £370 over the net from a company in England. I needed a second electric guitar, and after trying this one in a guitar shop in Aberdeen decided i prefered it to an Epiphone Les Paul Standard, but they wanted to charge me £500 for it.

    The tone and sustain. Crank up the gain on your amp and let rip, it sounds amazing. With this guitar you'll never be worried that high string lead parts will sound too thin or wiry again. The neck is smooth and fast, far more comfortable than a Strat. It looks amazing(lets face it, when playing live this DOES matter)and the whammy bar can withstand a fair amount of abuse without going out of tune

    I hate the locking trem, as a big fan of alternate tunings i thank god that i have another guitar to use, the neck pickup isnt that impressive either. If you want to do anything other than rock hard this guitar isnt for you, its brilliant if you want anything from Slash to Joe Perry to Satriani, but if you want to play something clean or funky then get a Strat instead

    The guitar feels like it is bombproof, you feel you could happily smash it through the bass drum without too many problems, this is mainly due to the Ergodyne body. Although this stuff gives the guitar an awesome tone, it does weigh a ton, and it doesnt quite feel the same as real wood. 22 jumbo frets with no buzzing or choked notes just waiting for your 8 minute guitar solo. The locking trem doesnt hold its tuning quite as well as it should and the arm is made of cheap plastic and looks as though it may well snap off at any moment. For the price though there can be no complaints about the build quality.

    A great rock guitar if you can take the locking trem. I've found that i can't and to be honest i wouldn't buy this again, however if you are a metal/shred player who needs the tuning stability this has to be the best thing on the market in its price range.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • MGR/Dennis MortensenMGR/Dennis Mortensen

    Ibanez EDR470

    Ibanez EDR470Published on 09/02/01 at 15:00
    I bough my guitar at a place in sweden called Ryllanders music. The price was then 6999 SEK wich would be about 699$.

    The guitar has a good 3d shape and is relativ small. The floyd rose hardware is not onley good but most impressive done.
    The pickups are of good quality and the guitar even has a imddle pickup.

    The neck is somewhat dry.

    Very good ofcourse, it's made by Ibanez.

    A very good guitar, every thing is exelent, but the neck could be of another material and there could be 24 frets instead of 22.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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    I bough my guitar at a place in sweden called Ryllanders music. The price was then 6999 SEK wich would be about 699$.

    The guitar has a good 3d shape and is relativ small. The floyd rose hardware is not onley good but most impressive done.
    The pickups are of good quality and the guitar even has a imddle pickup.

    The neck is somewhat dry.

    Very good ofcourse, it's made by Ibanez.

    A very good guitar, every thing is exelent, but the neck could be of another material and there could be 24 frets instead of 22.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • DarkangelisDarkangelis

    Ibanez EDR470Published on 04/08/03 at 09:09
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Without floyd type bridge, tuning it easier! Flat handle in-custody ibanez com! Micro humbucker, table again matrieau very beautiful!

    UTILIZATION

    Pleasant enough to handle the neo, but tries to play the pa nonplus brassens! Well for C power cord, or tire stops barrmais its light, it sounds great with distortion rather easily! Enough to see very slightly against the RG!

    SOUNDS

    NO, its c his thing! Metal, prkoi not, but the rest give up! Its ... Bruille very, very cool with a good distortion of put1! (A lamp or style overdrive) The clenching enough! Harmonic furieu seen as crazy!

    OVERALL OPINION

    'm A bass player, and my friend has gratteu acht ste zoli scratch…
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    Without floyd type bridge, tuning it easier! Flat handle in-custody ibanez com! Micro humbucker, table again matrieau very beautiful!

    UTILIZATION

    Pleasant enough to handle the neo, but tries to play the pa nonplus brassens! Well for C power cord, or tire stops barrmais its light, it sounds great with distortion rather easily! Enough to see very slightly against the RG!

    SOUNDS

    NO, its c his thing! Metal, prkoi not, but the rest give up! Its ... Bruille very, very cool with a good distortion of put1! (A lamp or style overdrive) The clenching enough! Harmonic furieu seen as crazy!

    OVERALL OPINION

    'm A bass player, and my friend has gratteu acht ste zoli scratches 6months ago, saw KJE plays dla scratching his notice of f +! Is exelente for Deftones style rhythm or solo style Santrian! Pa be seen lmatos be expensive !
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