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STC-Shaped Guitar from Ibanez belonging to the Joe Satriani series

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  • variaxuservariaxuser

    Ibanez JS100Published on 09/23/05 at 10:44
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    Made in Korea, handle Saddle / rosewood fingerboard 22 frets, 2 doubles and split ibanez, floyd style vibrato, volume, tone, 3-position slecteur

    UTILIZATION

    The handle allows it. If you know satch, well that's all is said, shred, rock, blues, jazz possibly (by cutting the treble). Access in boxes dernires carefree (lgrement bevelled heel), but more round shape strat. Weight: lgre be forgotten so completely. Basically, RAS

    SOUNDS

    Cover band requires, I use it in all styles, she is doing with honors. Plugs into a flextone2, I can do everything within my didis that allow me.

    OVERALL OPINION

    She is 10 years old this year. It is red, it is beautiful, it's me, me,…
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    Made in Korea, handle Saddle / rosewood fingerboard 22 frets, 2 doubles and split ibanez, floyd style vibrato, volume, tone, 3-position slecteur

    UTILIZATION

    The handle allows it. If you know satch, well that's all is said, shred, rock, blues, jazz possibly (by cutting the treble). Access in boxes dernires carefree (lgrement bevelled heel), but more round shape strat. Weight: lgre be forgotten so completely. Basically, RAS

    SOUNDS

    Cover band requires, I use it in all styles, she is doing with honors. Plugs into a flextone2, I can do everything within my didis that allow me.

    OVERALL OPINION

    She is 10 years old this year. It is red, it is beautiful, it's me, me, me! Well that said, it is a little change in recent years: DiMarzio PAF PRO in serious, and finally FRED TONE ZONE in aige, lo-pro edge tremolo ibanez (the original one does not shock the long run if you Use and abuse of dive bomb) The versatility with DiMarzio neck and make me I could never even in the worst Sparer galres. The selling price of electronic and hardware could be of better quality but the handle, the handle Aaaaahhhhhhh ....
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  • Jo1336Jo1336

    Ibanez JS100Published on 10/31/05 at 07:14
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Model made in Korea has very good fault facture.Rien

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very nice, identical to the js 1000.il is very fast and very enjoyable.
    access to acute is easy thanks to its flattened on the plate behind the level of ficsation the handle.
    ergonomics is just a slight remarcable.tres 2 kilos.ce making it a fun guitar to play for long hours that await you.
    the sound from the pickups ibanez is very well made and more are splitable makes it fairly versatile.

    SOUNDS

    For me it suits me perfectly, both in blues, rock, and of course the big sound of a Satriani, Metallica.
    I use a mesa boogie F50 and sometimes with my body double JCM900.
    sounds obtained with th…
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    Model made in Korea has very good fault facture.Rien

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very nice, identical to the js 1000.il is very fast and very enjoyable.
    access to acute is easy thanks to its flattened on the plate behind the level of ficsation the handle.
    ergonomics is just a slight remarcable.tres 2 kilos.ce making it a fun guitar to play for long hours that await you.
    the sound from the pickups ibanez is very well made and more are splitable makes it fairly versatile.

    SOUNDS

    For me it suits me perfectly, both in blues, rock, and of course the big sound of a Satriani, Metallica.
    I use a mesa boogie F50 and sometimes with my body double JCM900.
    sounds obtained with the double bobinnages not split, is perfect for big sound in all clear that either the saturated blue rock and hard.ET petie more with the microphone one approaches the splitted the fender, with which we just play on the EQ knobs that are effective and that achieve the desired sound.
    honestly sonnorité obtained are very good with either the microphone or severe acute splittée and Memmi, nothing has jeter.les sonnorités are very good.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a year.
    Only thing I can complain, she did not c 24 cases.si not she any good at designing and assembling a string floyd particular has satriani is very convenient and avoids breaking the strings.
    Honestly I try all the models of the store expensive and cheap, c the only really attracted me to both the handle and sonnorité.c for a guitar with a very good grip and sounds that come out are worthy of a major.
    In terms of value for money I think there is nothing wrong for the range of competition produit.Elle facillement well as other guitar cher.Avec experience so since I just bought her older sister's js1000 but what if Memme more for a little more since I accept the last one owns me.
    my notes will be on point 10.IL take care of the value, if not compared to the 9 js 1000.
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  • SlayXSlayX

    Ibanez JS100Published on 04/01/06 at 09:53
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    Core (2000)
    22 frets
    Joe F-Spaced PAF (neck) & F-Spaced Fred (bridge)
    Original Ibanez Edge Floyd
    Volume: 500k Push Pull & Tone: 500k Push Pull
    Channel 2 pices Joe Satriani signature

    MODEL customize home ... Everything is like a JS1 to 1990 except the handle (2 spices instead of a 3-roomed) and micro (neck) is a Paf Joe F-Spaced instead of a Paf Pro F-Spaced

    UTILIZATION

    The sound is enjoyable
    CHAC is fairly easy to acute
    Ergonomics is good
    This gives a good sound when we worked her finger

    SOUNDS

    It should compltement my style of music
    My hardware: Peavey Bandit 112 Sheffield Transtube + Wah Wah Jim Dunlop + Boss DS1 and Doss DD3
    Crystal clear soun…
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    Core (2000)
    22 frets
    Joe F-Spaced PAF (neck) & F-Spaced Fred (bridge)
    Original Ibanez Edge Floyd
    Volume: 500k Push Pull & Tone: 500k Push Pull
    Channel 2 pices Joe Satriani signature

    MODEL customize home ... Everything is like a JS1 to 1990 except the handle (2 spices instead of a 3-roomed) and micro (neck) is a Paf Joe F-Spaced instead of a Paf Pro F-Spaced

    UTILIZATION

    The sound is enjoyable
    CHAC is fairly easy to acute
    Ergonomics is good
    This gives a good sound when we worked her finger

    SOUNDS

    It should compltement my style of music
    My hardware: Peavey Bandit 112 Sheffield Transtube + Wah Wah Jim Dunlop + Boss DS1 and Doss DD3
    Crystal clear sound
    I prfre wah-wah sound with a zero-distortion and reverb sweet!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I possde 6 years, but since it does change in 2005, I will say one year
    It has a more Fidler Joe Satriani since she customize
    I tried 3 MODELS before trying the customizer
    The report is ultra qualitprix Good for a JS1000 or JS1200 worth an average of 1500 when the mine to the purchase price of dpart me a cot that moitibr /> With the exp experience I remake this choice more than once!
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  • garsricgarsric

    Ibanez JS100Published on 05/10/06 at 11:43
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    7 for the floyd compltement rotten. When the microphone is good bah eh ds Ibanez is versatile but nothing else.

    UTILIZATION

    Then the handle is super fast and enjoyable end, acute trs accessible. She is not heavy in terms of the bin at the risk of rpter Ibanez pickups are ... So we know by buying it. Yet by the floyd is not against that to ch ... Change strings because to the use of vibrato is niet.

    SOUNDS

    After that I'll have a kit put emg and I blocked the floyd, it is perfect my style!
    But for now, even when the sound is not bad

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had a year and a half, the ratio quality price is wrong, because you only pay for the brand in terms of th…
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    7 for the floyd compltement rotten. When the microphone is good bah eh ds Ibanez is versatile but nothing else.

    UTILIZATION

    Then the handle is super fast and enjoyable end, acute trs accessible. She is not heavy in terms of the bin at the risk of rpter Ibanez pickups are ... So we know by buying it. Yet by the floyd is not against that to ch ... Change strings because to the use of vibrato is niet.

    SOUNDS

    After that I'll have a kit put emg and I blocked the floyd, it is perfect my style!
    But for now, even when the sound is not bad

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had a year and a half, the ratio quality price is wrong, because you only pay for the brand in terms of the quality of some lments, I expected better. For the price, drop the logo and take a real good guitar, unless you flash on their look (that's a personal I care)
    I do it again this choice because I find it beautiful, but it's because too CHRE.
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  • DjeemsDjeems

    Ibanez JS100Published on 06/02/06 at 07:48
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    Like all Ibanez I think it was manufactured in Japan.
    It's a 22 fret guitar with two microphones that can be split: Single / Double.
    Floyd type bridge with a volume knob and a dial tone ...
    3 position selector switch and a micro round not bad at all

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very comfortable to play ... this is not an Ibanez standart round, it is rounder and therefore more comfortable ... For example I had the opportunity to play on an RG ... c not the same at all ...
    For access to acute ... ibanez is what ...
    It is very light ... practice when you play standing for long ... by standing against the holding is not very well balanced ... shame ...
    The sound? read below …
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    Like all Ibanez I think it was manufactured in Japan.
    It's a 22 fret guitar with two microphones that can be split: Single / Double.
    Floyd type bridge with a volume knob and a dial tone ...
    3 position selector switch and a micro round not bad at all

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very comfortable to play ... this is not an Ibanez standart round, it is rounder and therefore more comfortable ... For example I had the opportunity to play on an RG ... c not the same at all ...
    For access to acute ... ibanez is what ...
    It is very light ... practice when you play standing for long ... by standing against the holding is not very well balanced ... shame ...
    The sound? read below ...

    SOUNDS

    I purchased at the time 8000 francs (in 2001) and was a bit more expensive than a fender Standart United States ... but the price is justified because I personally find that the JS sounds much better and thanks to the middle position for the microphone you can have a sound that raprocherai the fender ...
    I play a Peavy Classic 30 and the two gives me a good sound ... many harmonics ... rich and round ..
    I also try several other amp like Marshall JCM2000, Crate, Marshall Valvestate, fender, ... it's good ... it continues to ring ... hi hi hi

    OVERALL OPINION

    So I for 5 years now and I do not part with it because it is a very good report quality / price ...
    Now progressing with a guitar I do not buy this range (except the fender on which I'll change the pickups) but I do not regret my choice ...

    PS: sorry for not putting the accents on the letters but I am in an English speaking country ...
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  • razorstylerazorstyle

    Ibanez JS100Published on 08/10/06 at 01:49
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    Ibanez JS 100 BK
    22 boxes
    Basswood body (I think)
    2 microphones humbuker spitables single by lifting one two knobs
    vibrato lo pro edge 2

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is super enjoyable, trs end, do not, however, have big doights.
    The guitar is super lgre and stays in place when playing standing up, rev it enjoyable to play.
    On the other hand vibrato RULES MUST be because before when I was a bend, it DTEND trslgrement the ropes. Aprsrglages Otherwise it's all good, is a good tuning.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is plain trs prcis saturated as easily obtained all the sound you like, the guitar is polivalente trs.
    Humbuker mode micro hot sounds serious and a little fat, it is m…
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    Ibanez JS 100 BK
    22 boxes
    Basswood body (I think)
    2 microphones humbuker spitables single by lifting one two knobs
    vibrato lo pro edge 2

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is super enjoyable, trs end, do not, however, have big doights.
    The guitar is super lgre and stays in place when playing standing up, rev it enjoyable to play.
    On the other hand vibrato RULES MUST be because before when I was a bend, it DTEND trslgrement the ropes. Aprsrglages Otherwise it's all good, is a good tuning.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is plain trs prcis saturated as easily obtained all the sound you like, the guitar is polivalente trs.
    Humbuker mode micro hot sounds serious and a little fat, it is micro acute prcis trs.
    Split the single microphone, we obtain a more slamming, and intermdiaire position, the trs bluesy sound, you can really play anything, all sounds are kept.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have this guitar acquisition two months ago, this is my second guitar before I played on a piphone SG.
    I now look really loves his duly, then all black and chrome handle and sound.
    The price is a bit lev but when you are a fan of Satch a pass, and that's when even a guitar of quality even if the vibrato and a little boring to beginners.
    I would do this choice because I really like this guitar.
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  • cb41cb41

    Ibanez JS100Published on 08/11/06 at 15:03
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    That says it all

    UTILIZATION

    Good run and good sound arf except that I replaced the pickups DiMarzio IBZ by a paf pro and fred one I remember most trs It's been good ^ ^

    SOUNDS

    Jazz, funk mtal is nickel

    OVERALL OPINION

    I play with ten years it is I is not change it!
  • chien enragéchien enragé

    Ibanez JS100Published on 09/22/07 at 11:17
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This guitar is made in Korea, the body is basswood.
    It's a 22 fret maple neck, rosewood fingerboard, 2 humbucker Ibanez splittable
    The bridge is a floyd type. There is a volume knob and a tone.

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is very fast and fun, plus it is quite late with easy access to acute.
    The ergonomics are impeccable, lightweight, ideal form, the weight light enough anyway.
    A reproach of all the same quite easily floyd goes wrong (damage)
    Also the block is no rope, he wears is a scrap of sound gives the guitar no what.

    SOUNDS

    This guitar is ideal for all types of sounds but I decided to change the micro a DiMarzio PAF Pro and Tone Zone and there it gives in his …
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    This guitar is made in Korea, the body is basswood.
    It's a 22 fret maple neck, rosewood fingerboard, 2 humbucker Ibanez splittable
    The bridge is a floyd type. There is a volume knob and a tone.

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is very fast and fun, plus it is quite late with easy access to acute.
    The ergonomics are impeccable, lightweight, ideal form, the weight light enough anyway.
    A reproach of all the same quite easily floyd goes wrong (damage)
    Also the block is no rope, he wears is a scrap of sound gives the guitar no what.

    SOUNDS

    This guitar is ideal for all types of sounds but I decided to change the micro a DiMarzio PAF Pro and Tone Zone and there it gives in his severe
    I play on a 5150 I can say is that the style will rock, hard rock, metal with my microphone with the old there was always a certain versatility of same.
    Its clear that lack of heat but remains slightly accurate, its crunch it moves more pr made such sounds from elsewhere (blues, rock ... etc. ..... its lead in the top where it is hard, you get a fat sound is precise enough.
    The original microphone is too poor and it is better to micro DiMarzio to get the class's designer.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Useful since I see about 8 years and I love the handle extra dish that allows a game very easy .... LOL what a real highway.
    I love the sound of my DiMarzio pickups that gives the character comparaer the original.
    It is a good value but I find the power cord and a little light floyd not good enough for my taste.
    Yes, without hesitation, because it is prime.
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  • lolodukeloloduke

    Ibanez JS100Published on 08/14/08 at 03:35
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    - Core manufacturing MODEL 97
    - Basswood body (basswood) 2pices, handle Rabl (maple) screwed rosewood fingerboard (rosewood)
    - 22 mdium frets, 2 humbuckers and split Ibanez - later replaced by a PAF Pro in neck and FRED F-Spaced in easel with Di Marzio, is the config of JS 1000
    - 1 volume gnral, a push-pull volume Tone Commander split pickups - replaced by another volume. Would stay again.
    - Handle end plutt between a Start and an Ibanez RG.
    - Mcaniques oil baths and block chords.
    - Lo-TRS II Floyd, with rglages agreement ends. A point that must be cut "balls" (if you'll pardon the expression) of the strings to hold them in Floyd.
    - Translucent red color of any beautbr /> …
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    - Core manufacturing MODEL 97
    - Basswood body (basswood) 2pices, handle Rabl (maple) screwed rosewood fingerboard (rosewood)
    - 22 mdium frets, 2 humbuckers and split Ibanez - later replaced by a PAF Pro in neck and FRED F-Spaced in easel with Di Marzio, is the config of JS 1000
    - 1 volume gnral, a push-pull volume Tone Commander split pickups - replaced by another volume. Would stay again.
    - Handle end plutt between a Start and an Ibanez RG.
    - Mcaniques oil baths and block chords.
    - Lo-TRS II Floyd, with rglages agreement ends. A point that must be cut "balls" (if you'll pardon the expression) of the strings to hold them in Floyd.
    - Translucent red color of any beautbr />
    In the excellent résumé is alternated (mcaniques, race, finishing gnrale, varnish) with the worst (micro average split) and the catastrophic carrment (Floyd does not take the Okay, quick frets uses trs)

    UTILIZATION

    - The handle is generally enjoyable. the varnish is hand satin slips without difficulty.
    - Access in acute is better than a stratum with his heel, but really not inclined to rave about: the flat of the handle is too advanced and particular body + neck is thick even when consquente. N'esprez not hit the bend of the 22me with the thumb on top of the handle. Even when one is far from an Explorer ...
    I personally chips hands and I blame the stick a little too thin edges that are not enjoyable when you place your thumb on top.
    Another complaint, less important, the density of the handle a little weak at times giving the impression of having a toy in his hands.
    Otherwise, the game legato, scales, tapping, etc. is very easy thanks the low overall thickness.

    - Ergonomics gnrale trs is good, guitar trslgre as rounded edges and participate as much comfort that the Aesthetics. Whether you sit or stand, you can play for hours without feeling any ESG.

    - The weak point is undoubtedly the Floyd. Indeed, it is important not to abuse it, under penalty of disagreement. MODEL Embtant for "Satriani" which we know the abuse.
    Apparently, the problem differs from the other MODEL. In discussing it recently with a luthier, the problem comes from the knives (the slices in contact with two large screws) which would irrgulier contact with friction. He knows a way to remdier, I'd do a little back the above. Fingers crossed ...
    Only advantage of Systm, with cutting balls of string (hi, hi), it is impossible to break any rope! Not a break in 10 years of use, I say bravo!

    - This gives a good sound very easy, as the rglages ultra simple, double or one branch Splitt, we put all the knobs back, and sounds!

    - With both potarts volume, we have even more possibilities of sound, much like a Les paul. I had one before and I wanted to find this feature-l.

    SOUNDS

    So how is sounds, precisely?

    I play on a Tonelab SE + Atomic Reactor

    This guitar is the little sister of the MODEL Satch. Well, good surprise, of course! Plugs into a Hi-Gain amp, there is IMMEDIATE Satriani sound, a sound and expressive singing Ragit all the nuances of your game a little legato phrase, or a bend in the acute you will find the signature sound of irrmdiablement Matre. Satisfaction so.

    Another enjoyable surprise is a hyper-versatile guitar.
    With sounds of double and single, you can play everything from blues, jazz, rock, mtal, anything is possible, yes ma'am! I make again, and this is the guitar that I always use with my group. To say we attack Staite, of Peter Frampton, the Beatles or AC / DC sounds convincing trs.

    This is what can be achieved with the original pickups.
    Not long ago, I did change the pickups for Di Marzio, and while retaining the typical sound is still gaining momentum, precision, clarity heat. FRED in the bridge gives even more mdiums and a sound more "tube" (hard to explain), which is even closer to Satch.
    The big diffrence is in configuration splitter. L is the day and night, it was vintage sounds crazy, slap, warm and crystalline trs close to a stratum. It can attack from Hendrix, Santana, SRV (yes, really). A trs trs opration good in fact. I just regret not having done more tt!

    For résumé, one can say that this is a super-strat, a versatile sound Satrianesque + a warranty invoice.
    Guitar solo par excellence with high-mdiums on the bridge pickup, the nuances Fidler, the handle easily.
    Slammin sounds, brilliant in the mind of a Start.

    Voil is less convincing in the big fat rock style Zack Wylde, Metallica, etc. ... To have a good old Les Paul will do!

    Sound prfres:
    Satrianesques: 8 + bridge pickup volume US Hi-Gain + Wah + Delay
    SRVesques: split - + neck pickup very dirty crunch
    Hendrixiennes: split - neck pickup + tube OD
    Gilmouriennes: split - neck pickup volume 8 / 10 + volume easel clean crunchy
    Santanesques: split - micro acute volume 10 / + + reverb tube OD
    AC / DCesques: bridge pickup + gain 50% UK 68

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 11 years now.
    I like his lgret ergonomics, versatility. I love the least need to be handled with Floyd prcaution.
    The quality-price ratio is average. If we add the Di Marzio (added 200 with installation), making a vritablement guitar pro, has become the intrressant trs.

    I would do this choice because I wanted a guitar to play satch and who can make me grow and open up a wide variety of sounds. So no regrets.
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  • HatsubaiHatsubai

    Budget JS model

    Ibanez JS100Published on 07/11/11 at 20:03
    Joe Satriani has been one of the longest playing guitarists of Ibanez guitars out there. This guitar is for those who want that JS look and feel but without the expensive JS price. The guitar features a basswood body with a maple neck and a rosewood fretboard, 22 frets, dot inlays, a licensed floyd rose tremolo, two humbuckers, one volume, one tone and a three way toggle switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The overall construction of the guitar is decent, but it's not the best guitar out there. For one, the fret edges are pretty sharp. It's a fairly common issue on these guitars as they don't seem to take the time to work on the fret edges and final dress as much overseas. The frets themselve…
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    Joe Satriani has been one of the longest playing guitarists of Ibanez guitars out there. This guitar is for those who want that JS look and feel but without the expensive JS price. The guitar features a basswood body with a maple neck and a rosewood fretboard, 22 frets, dot inlays, a licensed floyd rose tremolo, two humbuckers, one volume, one tone and a three way toggle switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The overall construction of the guitar is decent, but it's not the best guitar out there. For one, the fret edges are pretty sharp. It's a fairly common issue on these guitars as they don't seem to take the time to work on the fret edges and final dress as much overseas. The frets themselves were somewhat flat and could use a decent crown. The finish itself wasn't too bad, and the back of the neck didn't feel that bad. However, I find that the Japanese equivalents are put together much better. The licensed floyd rose on this is a piece of trash. It sounds awful, it is made out of pot metal and seems like it's going to break under heavy whammy.

    SOUNDS

    The stock pickups in this guitar suck. They're cheap pickups just to throw in there to make some sound, really. The bridge pickup is very muddy and lacks any type of clarity at all. The actual basswood body isn't helping in that aspect as it's a very middy and warm wood without much high end. It seems to be more sensitive to pickup choices than certain other woods. The neck pickup was also pretty bad. It lacked that super fat and powerful tone that I like. To be fair, it's pretty average for a pickup of this caliber.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Honestly, I don't really recommend these guitars. There are much better ones out there, especially once you start looking on the used market. I know the regular S series is mahogany, but try to look for a Japanese S series, and you'll be much better off in terms of overall build quality and (most likely) tone. If you do plan on keeping this, be sure to at least replace the pickups or something.
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