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STC-Shaped Guitar from Ibanez belonging to the Herman Li series.

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  • choulichouli

    Good signature guitar

    Ibanez Egen8Published on 10/09/12 at 09:24
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Ibanez V8 humbucker (vibrato) + Ibanez S1 single coil (central) Ibanez V7 humbucker + (sleeve)
    Gold hardware,
    Mahogany body,
    Flamed Maple top,
    Wizard II maple neck,
    Rosewood fingerboard 24 frets jumbo frets,
    Abalone inlays,
    Edge III bridge,
    Imprint hand on upper horn,
    Supplied in case.

    UTILIZATION

    A handle or rather the motorway is very flat profile and specific IBANEZ pognes slides in easily.
    The body is from a series saber so super fine.
    The Edge III tremolo, despite the advice I've read in the forum, is the agreement even after several divebombs well supported. The above nothing wrong, may be it is an Edge III but specific to the signature Hermann Li
    Ac…
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    Ibanez V8 humbucker (vibrato) + Ibanez S1 single coil (central) Ibanez V7 humbucker + (sleeve)
    Gold hardware,
    Mahogany body,
    Flamed Maple top,
    Wizard II maple neck,
    Rosewood fingerboard 24 frets jumbo frets,
    Abalone inlays,
    Edge III bridge,
    Imprint hand on upper horn,
    Supplied in case.

    UTILIZATION

    A handle or rather the motorway is very flat profile and specific IBANEZ pognes slides in easily.
    The body is from a series saber so super fine.
    The Edge III tremolo, despite the advice I've read in the forum, is the agreement even after several divebombs well supported. The above nothing wrong, may be it is an Edge III but specific to the signature Hermann Li
    Access to acute is super easy thanks to a cut heel well done.
    Finishing very clean and classy with its gold hardware

    SOUNDS

    It is simple I do not know more versatile than scratching it. Whether for metal or blues, simple micro is perfect for that.
    Send humbuckers steak, nothing to say, the sound is well defined.
    Despite the great body end, the sustain is really impressive.
    Sounds clean, with micro serious, are very good and crystalline.
    But where this differs shovel is at saturated sounds super clean, very heavy with severe micro. (But it is true that the metal level, for the moment nothing can compete with my CORT EVL-Z6 and EMG 60 and 81)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for several months and I'm really happy. What I love about this guitar is its ability to play any style of music.
    The value for money is good although I would have preferred a ZR tremolo system II with ZPS3 good but I quibble.
    If I had to make this choice would without hesitation. I recommend this guitar not only metalheads but anyone who wants a guitar with all-terrain look great (the flamed is splendid and the case is quality)
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  • AbelkainAbelkain

    El shred machine "

    Ibanez Egen8Published on 11/18/10 at 04:04
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    For the features:
    - Humbucker Ibanez V8 (vibrato) + Ibanez S1 Single Coil (central) + Ibanez V7 humbucker (neck) all splittable, 9 different sounds ...
    - Gold hardware
    - Mahogany body
    - Table flamed maple
    - Manche Wizard II Maple 3pc
    - Rosewood 24 frets jumbo frets
    - Abalone Inlays
    - Edge III Bridge (Herman Li Special)
    - Imprint upper hand on horn.


    UTILIZATION

    The handle is top, slim, access to acute could not be simpler.
    The Ergo is perfect, not to mention the light, if we add a smoothness of the body bordering on indecency (less than 2 cm at the edges), the rolls of ergonomics.
    The sound is really great, send it in standard config and I find no fault in V7/S1/V8 (Ca…
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    For the features:
    - Humbucker Ibanez V8 (vibrato) + Ibanez S1 Single Coil (central) + Ibanez V7 humbucker (neck) all splittable, 9 different sounds ...
    - Gold hardware
    - Mahogany body
    - Table flamed maple
    - Manche Wizard II Maple 3pc
    - Rosewood 24 frets jumbo frets
    - Abalone Inlays
    - Edge III Bridge (Herman Li Special)
    - Imprint upper hand on horn.


    UTILIZATION

    The handle is top, slim, access to acute could not be simpler.
    The Ergo is perfect, not to mention the light, if we add a smoothness of the body bordering on indecency (less than 2 cm at the edges), the rolls of ergonomics.
    The sound is really great, send it in standard config and I find no fault in V7/S1/V8 (Can be a little impersonal, but the sound comes first ... not the fingers), they all cashing distos remaining accurate and within affected. In Split I was super surprised by the sound quality is extremely stratabound (for I have one) and far more distinctive, it was the pleasant surprise because the mega mikes in general are not all ultra-exploitable split. They cash distos up, even if their chosen field is the clean and crunch.
    To use even lower.

    SOUNDS

    For sounds in my group when we do that again, James Brown, to black desire, telephone, gary moore, or Iron Maiden. I do not need to change the guitar, I can type in the funk / rock or metal, there is always a position that fits on my pedalboard I have a clean sound distos two sounds and two solos for thirty pieces, so I get the textures to the appropriate style with nothing but his guitar and combinations mikes.
    I play on peavey ultra lights, Marshall JVM, Roland JC120. No worries.
    I love all the sounds, because I wanted a versatile guitar, when I typed more grain I take my '50s Stratocaster or my Epiphone Ultra + (Di Marzio pickups and piezo shadows dp 190/191).
    Floyd is the nickel too.


    OVERALL OPINION

    The price / product is very good, it comes with a carrying case really well. I remake that choice without hesitation.
    I work in a guitar store so yes I try to model all day long (yeah I'm lucky ...) is that it suited me better to the characteristics I am looking.
    If you are looking for a handle autoroutesque (I just invented a word said so), a Violin of very good quality, with a sound I would describe as very good, this guitar is a trying emergency. For once we do not pay that signature ...
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