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

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    Nice axe!!!

    Ibanez RG CustomPublished on 11/30/11 at 11:07
    Ibanez is one of those manufactures that is really well known for their overdrive distortion pedals called the tube screamer. This is one of the most recognized and probably the most used overdrive or pedal in existence. It has a great tone and classic tone that has been used around the world. Ibanez is also known for their budget friendly and inexpensive guitars. They make decent quality guitars but more importantly very budget friendly instruments for the budgeted musician. Most of their instruments very for $200 to the $500. They do have some extend the opportunity thousands were several thousands but those are usually custom or prestige model instruments. This is one of those models.

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    Ibanez is one of those manufactures that is really well known for their overdrive distortion pedals called the tube screamer. This is one of the most recognized and probably the most used overdrive or pedal in existence. It has a great tone and classic tone that has been used around the world. Ibanez is also known for their budget friendly and inexpensive guitars. They make decent quality guitars but more importantly very budget friendly instruments for the budgeted musician. Most of their instruments very for $200 to the $500. They do have some extend the opportunity thousands were several thousands but those are usually custom or prestige model instruments. This is one of those models.

    UTILIZATION

    Features

    Mahogany body
    Flamed maple top
    5-piece maple/walnut Super Wizard J.custom neck
    Rosewood fretboard
    24 jumbo frets
    DiMarzio Air Norton neck humbucker
    DiMarzio True Velvet middle single-coil pickup
    DiMarzio Tone Zone bridge humbucker
    Master volume, tone controls
    5-way pickup selector
    Edge Zero bridge with ZPS3

    SOUNDS


    Ibanez guitar sounds fantastic in a hard rock or metal setting. These guitars are very tailored towards the metal guitar player because of the fast action neck, but more importantly the body shape of the instrument. The tone of this guitar is not very woody or full of soul but it's good fast action neck and quick playing balance. They generally come with the Floyd Rose bridges so that eliminates a lot of the blues players. This can be a guitar that's geared towards the aggressive style guitar playing. Whether you put it in a clean or high gain setting it can sound great but where it really finds its natural place is in a high gain distorted tone.


    OVERALL OPINION


    These guitars you can find pretty easily but depending on the color it might be harder to track down. Ibanez guitars pretty much feel exactly the same from instrument instrument. Depending on which pick up is used will determine a lot of the current tone of the instrument. These guitars really take to what ever pick up you give them. So they're very versatile guitar in that sense.
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