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Ibanez RG3120F
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Ibanez RG3120F

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

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Publié le 12/20/06 à 08:04
Made in Japan, I think!
RG Prestige 24 frets
A micro super distortion in bridge
1micro original Sun / IBZ to handle for now
floyd pro bridge
1 volume, 1 Tone 5-way switch
Saddle handle screwed end, trs enjoyable

UTILIZATION

Handle end is super agable accsible!
no problem for Access in acute
Not too heavy it's going, as we sat playing the guitar tends to drag the leg
A dry trs it sounds good, even better branch forcment! Seen the quality of manufacturing and wood utiliss it may well sonner.Les harmonics, bends, slide out beautifully ...!

SOUNDS

It should all style, but excels in the merger, for a quick game mtal especially solo.elle is for ca.
I currently play a fender princton chorus, I plan to spend on a head lamp type engl, mesa peavey ...
In effect, I have a visual sound "Jekyll and hide two" ultimate overdrive for blues, rock.c is a great overdrive channel and an overdrive distortion, the two couples is a killer! j'obtient sounds ranging from pop with enough crunch following the lgr rglages the big greasy disto creusdroite or more for the big rock, or mtal it again the circuit of ibanez ts 808 (a must!) for the channel overdrive (Jekyll), the blues is top!
-A boss mt2 for mtal (RAS!)

[b]OVERALL OPINION[/b]

I use it for 6 months
Goodies: trs trs enjoyable round play, super comfortable, soft sound with the high quality mahogany table!, The floyd when it is well rgl!, Sounds well in all styles, even if it is moving towards the heavy rock, mtal, especially for a quick game solo.
Cons: there is none, period. [b] is a guitar prcise trs.
I would do without hsiter this choice, although I intend to buy another guitar for large Rhythmic!
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