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Ibanez RG1XXV 25th Anniversary
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STC-Shaped Guitar from Ibanez belonging to the 2012 series.

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  • hellpilik696hellpilik696

    Stabilo neon guitar "a killer"

    Ibanez RG1XXV 25th AnniversaryPublished on 03/18/14 at 07:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Indonesia
    numbers breaks jumbo frets 24 "with KTS Titanium reinforcement"
    Channel 5 piece maple / walnut rosewood fingerboard
    Edge Zero II bridge with ZPS3 "system adjustment pulley super efficase"
    two double mic a simple Ibanez Dimarzio
    aémricain basswood body

    UTILIZATION

    super flat handle very nice guitar to shred. acute attacks super nothing to say about the whole beast its worth, the clean sound is pretty sweet, nice crunch for blues rock then the bridge pickups in distos is perfect for large shred. Good midrange and treble pickups with this is typical of his ... Vai

    SOUNDS

    palette expanded its great we pass a pleasant clean a nice crunch for blue…
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    Made in Indonesia
    numbers breaks jumbo frets 24 "with KTS Titanium reinforcement"
    Channel 5 piece maple / walnut rosewood fingerboard
    Edge Zero II bridge with ZPS3 "system adjustment pulley super efficase"
    two double mic a simple Ibanez Dimarzio
    aémricain basswood body

    UTILIZATION

    super flat handle very nice guitar to shred. acute attacks super nothing to say about the whole beast its worth, the clean sound is pretty sweet, nice crunch for blues rock then the bridge pickups in distos is perfect for large shred. Good midrange and treble pickups with this is typical of his ... Vai

    SOUNDS

    palette expanded its great we pass a pleasant clean a nice crunch for blues, blues rock and hard 70's. distos In that spot it is effective I play mostly metal or blues.j 'have a ht5r of Blackstar, the good distos and bland. I tried on a Laboga the beast fucking the yes! strong point of the floyd Ibanez "attention dreadful factory setting", it suits me I have a Charvel a dean dixie rebel is different, it is a very versatile guitar that I like about Ibanez

    OVERALL OPINION

    except in abstract color "as told pals ptain his shock at the beginning its sting the eyes"
    is a versatile guitar with a neat violin
    a great floyd "with the pulley system"
    a handle 5 pieces super flat
    microphones rather surprising that despite lack of fishing sometimes I think it's actually my amp because it sends a Laboga
    delivered key pouch perfect hand for the "nostalgic 80s clip" shred Yankee Rose "by David Lee Roth dark on this little monster
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