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

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  • SlayXSlayX

    Ibanez JS10TH (Chrome Boy)Published on 04/01/06 at 09:53
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Japan (1998)
    22 frets
    Paf Pro F-Spaced (neck) & F-Spaced Fred (bridge)
    Original Ibanez Edge Floyd
    Volume: 500k Push Pull & Tone: 500k Push Pull
    Channel 3 pices Joe Satriani signature

    I want prciser it's a guitar collection. Only 506 were manufactured t. I possde the # 153

    UTILIZATION

    Channel Trs enjoyable
    CHAC is fairly easy to acute
    Ergonomics are good trs
    This gives a good sound when you start work on his finger

    SOUNDS

    It should compltement my style of music
    My hardware: Peavey Bandit 112 Sheffield TransTube with Jim Dunlop Wah-Wah + Boss DS-1 and Boss DD3
    Crystal clear sound
    Wah-wah sound with distortion and zero-sweet reverb

    OVERALL OP…
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    Japan (1998)
    22 frets
    Paf Pro F-Spaced (neck) & F-Spaced Fred (bridge)
    Original Ibanez Edge Floyd
    Volume: 500k Push Pull & Tone: 500k Push Pull
    Channel 3 pices Joe Satriani signature

    I want prciser it's a guitar collection. Only 506 were manufactured t. I possde the # 153

    UTILIZATION

    Channel Trs enjoyable
    CHAC is fairly easy to acute
    Ergonomics are good trs
    This gives a good sound when you start work on his finger

    SOUNDS

    It should compltement my style of music
    My hardware: Peavey Bandit 112 Sheffield TransTube with Jim Dunlop Wah-Wah + Boss DS-1 and Boss DD3
    Crystal clear sound
    Wah-wah sound with distortion and zero-sweet reverb

    OVERALL OPINION

    I possde 2 years
    It is all chrome ... But it is dtriore trs quickly if we not take care
    I tried one before the other models acqurir (Jem 10th)
    The report is satisfactory qualitprix but not great gnial (price new: 3000) (was bought by me OCCAZ: 2200)
    With exprience, I would do at least once more this choice!
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  • HatsubaiHatsubai

    Extremely unique finish

    Ibanez JS10TH (Chrome Boy)Published on 07/11/11 at 20:23
    These guitars are EXTREMELY rare, and they're even harder to find in good condition. The one at the store came from a trade-in, and it had a few nicks and dings here and there. The guitar has a Luthite body with a maple neck and a rosewood fretboard, 22 frets with dot inlays, a LoPro Edge bridge, two DiMarzio humbuckers, one volume, one tone and a three way toggle switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The guitar has some major flaws, and the biggest is in the finish. There are tons of finish flaws that can occur with these guitars right out of the factory. They can be small things such as little paint pimples, or they can have chunks of the chrome flaking off. It's real bizarre, and I'm not sur…
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    These guitars are EXTREMELY rare, and they're even harder to find in good condition. The one at the store came from a trade-in, and it had a few nicks and dings here and there. The guitar has a Luthite body with a maple neck and a rosewood fretboard, 22 frets with dot inlays, a LoPro Edge bridge, two DiMarzio humbuckers, one volume, one tone and a three way toggle switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The guitar has some major flaws, and the biggest is in the finish. There are tons of finish flaws that can occur with these guitars right out of the factory. They can be small things such as little paint pimples, or they can have chunks of the chrome flaking off. It's real bizarre, and I'm not sure why they didn't just use a form of chrome paint. The overall neck and construction is pretty good. The frets were nicely crowned and didn't slice your hands when moving up and down the neck. The bridge is also one of the best floyd rose bridges out there.

    SOUNDS

    The guitar really doesn't sound that great, and that's mostly due to it being made out of Luthite. The Luthite body is just really odd sounding. It's some acrylic or some type of plastic? I'm not exactly sure. The bridge DiMarzio sounds really bright in this, and that's not a normal attribute when comparing this to the other Satriani guitars out there. The neck is also way too bright for me, and I couldn't sure it at all. That said, the coil split tones weren't too terrible. A pickup swap might have fixed it.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The guitar looks awesome, but there are lots of flaws with these guitars from the actual choice of body material all the way down to the finish that was used on these. If you're a hardcore collector, be sure to thoroughly go up and down these to make sure there are no flaws. I would also recommend keeping it in its case most of the time.
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  • HatsubaiHatsubai

    Extremely unique finish

    Ibanez JS10TH (Chrome Boy)Published on 07/11/11 at 20:22
    These guitars are EXTREMELY rare, and they're even harder to find in good condition. The one at the store came from a trade-in, and it had a few nicks and dings here and there. The guitar has a Luthite body with a maple neck and a rosewood fretboard, 22 frets with dot inlays, a LoPro Edge bridge, two DiMarzio humbuckers, one volume, one tone and a three way toggle switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The guitar has some major flaws, and the biggest is in the finish. There are tons of finish flaws that can occur with these guitars right out of the factory. They can be small things such as little paint pimples, or they can have chunks of the chrome flaking off. It's real bizarre, and I'm not sur…
    Read more
    These guitars are EXTREMELY rare, and they're even harder to find in good condition. The one at the store came from a trade-in, and it had a few nicks and dings here and there. The guitar has a Luthite body with a maple neck and a rosewood fretboard, 22 frets with dot inlays, a LoPro Edge bridge, two DiMarzio humbuckers, one volume, one tone and a three way toggle switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The guitar has some major flaws, and the biggest is in the finish. There are tons of finish flaws that can occur with these guitars right out of the factory. They can be small things such as little paint pimples, or they can have chunks of the chrome flaking off. It's real bizarre, and I'm not sure why they didn't just use a form of chrome paint. The overall neck and construction is pretty good. The frets were nicely crowned and didn't slice your hands when moving up and down the neck. The bridge is also one of the best floyd rose bridges out there.

    SOUNDS

    The guitar really doesn't sound that great, and that's mostly due to it being made out of Luthite. The Luthite body is just really odd sounding. It's some acrylic or some type of plastic? I'm not exactly sure. The bridge DiMarzio sounds really bright in this, and that's not a normal attribute when comparing this to the other Satriani guitars out there. The neck is also way too bright for me, and I couldn't sure it at all. That said, the coil split tones weren't too terrible. A pickup swap might have fixed it.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The guitar looks awesome, but there are lots of flaws with these guitars from the actual choice of body material all the way down to the finish that was used on these. If you're a hardcore collector, be sure to thoroughly go up and down these to make sure there are no flaws. I would also recommend keeping it in its case most of the time.
    See less
  • HatsubaiHatsubai

    Extremely unique finish

    Ibanez JS10TH (Chrome Boy)Published on 07/11/11 at 20:21
    These guitars are EXTREMELY rare, and they're even harder to find in good condition. The one at the store came from a trade-in, and it had a few nicks and dings here and there. The guitar has a Luthite body with a maple neck and a rosewood fretboard, 22 frets with dot inlays, a LoPro Edge bridge, two DiMarzio humbuckers, one volume, one tone and a three way toggle switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The guitar has some major flaws, and the biggest is in the finish. There are tons of finish flaws that can occur with these guitars right out of the factory. They can be small things such as little paint pimples, or they can have chunks of the chrome flaking off. It's real bizarre, and I'm not sur…
    Read more
    These guitars are EXTREMELY rare, and they're even harder to find in good condition. The one at the store came from a trade-in, and it had a few nicks and dings here and there. The guitar has a Luthite body with a maple neck and a rosewood fretboard, 22 frets with dot inlays, a LoPro Edge bridge, two DiMarzio humbuckers, one volume, one tone and a three way toggle switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The guitar has some major flaws, and the biggest is in the finish. There are tons of finish flaws that can occur with these guitars right out of the factory. They can be small things such as little paint pimples, or they can have chunks of the chrome flaking off. It's real bizarre, and I'm not sure why they didn't just use a form of chrome paint. The overall neck and construction is pretty good. The frets were nicely crowned and didn't slice your hands when moving up and down the neck. The bridge is also one of the best floyd rose bridges out there.

    SOUNDS

    The guitar really doesn't sound that great, and that's mostly due to it being made out of Luthite. The Luthite body is just really odd sounding. It's some acrylic or some type of plastic? I'm not exactly sure. The bridge DiMarzio sounds really bright in this, and that's not a normal attribute when comparing this to the other Satriani guitars out there. The neck is also way too bright for me, and I couldn't sure it at all. That said, the coil split tones weren't too terrible. A pickup swap might have fixed it.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The guitar looks awesome, but there are lots of flaws with these guitars from the actual choice of body material all the way down to the finish that was used on these. If you're a hardcore collector, be sure to thoroughly go up and down these to make sure there are no flaws. I would also recommend keeping it in its case most of the time.
    See less
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