Ibanez JS700
Ibanez JS700

JS700, STC-Shaped Guitar from Ibanez in the Joe Satriani series.

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datsu 12/03/2005

Ibanez JS700 : datsu's user review


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Japanese guitar.
Body and handle (screwed mahogany, rosewood fingerboard 22 frets, fixed bridge type with the PRS adjustable harmonics.
P90 2 volume and tonality, a selector 3 positions.
The simple and effective, as I like.


The handle is a killing, the touch of a diffrent JS 100, because of the wood? varnish over pais?
This guitar is a very intuitive interface is ultra comfortable, she plays by herself! (Dcoupe the body is also the diffrent JS 100)
P90 is the sound of magic ... even if they are Japanese (yes!)


This guitar goes everywhere (thank you P90).
Sounds jazzy, blues, funk, reggae, rock and hard rock.
A marshall DSL 401, adjusting the volume, Tone (which are so effective that I wonder if they are from) and let's go hop.
Clear Channel / saturated no problem.
The sound is warm prcis the lens becomes not garish.
It's just a sound balance between double and single coil.


I for a week, I had a dj before.
So it was a reunion, and what to say ... it's the total.
In the era it was sold to 5700 francs, so a mid-range in Ibanez.
I got it secondhand for 500 euros and if I find others I bought too. The report is qualitprix trs trs good.
Ok my mind is full of subjectivism, but try it, is to adopt it.
For me it's a simple guitar and tape without the eye, a tool bluesman.