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Ibanez GRG170DX
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Ibanez GRG170DX

STC-Shaped Guitar from Ibanez belonging to the GIO RG series.

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steve swanson steve swanson
Publié le 10/10/06 à 10:13
Value For Money : Excellent
-Manufactures in Asia
-24 Boxes, ibanez pickups
Single-vibrato
-Bolt

UTILIZATION

Trs-end handle with shark teeth (I love) and fast trs
Access in super-sharp
-Correct weight and good ergonomics, well balanced (the handle holds the position)
-Guitar, an amp and pedals you get a good sound

SOUNDS

-Suitable for metal (thrash, death ,...)
-With a 15w amp in my room and also ENGL fireball
Rather, its fat distortion without being too cool for the draft and sweeping (neck pickup)
"I love everything that comes out of this guitar

OVERALL OPINION

About a year-
-Shape, violin, ... handle al could have done but this price l. ..
"I had tried the same price range in Squier, BC Rich, ... is 100 times better
Report-quality, excellent price
Yes-no doubt
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