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Ibanez JPM90 HAM
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Ibanez JPM90 HAM

STC-Shaped Guitar from Ibanez belonging to the John Petrucci series.

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Ythad_Viny Ythad_Viny
Publié le 11/21/08 à 06:41
Dj said before

UTILIZATION

The comfort of the handle, the accessibility in the treble is very good. Do not hide this guitar is a highway for the fingers!

SOUNDS

I personally use the microphone for severe acute because it is a roundness and a very dynamic equilibrium.
The micro acute it is, of sr, use with the distortion. Branchel in Mesa, and Paradise is the guitarist.
I also use it with my Marshall JCM900 and revisit it s'avre of precision in all circumstances. The sounds are very clearly be defined, it's happiness

OVERALL OPINION

It's been ten years since I practice. This is one I use most in the studio and taken home for exos (what is ramshackle fingers!)

No regrets on this purchase, however.
In addition we are pleased that 450 on this earth, then.
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