I got this guitar from the Guitar Center. They were having a big sale one weekend, so I went on Thursday night and tried out approximately 20 different electrics. I grabbed this one mainly based on looks. But as I started playing the beauty it sounded great. It's got a beautiful paint job and the inlays are shark teeth.
The tone on this bad boy is so versatile thanks to the dual humbuckers. You can rock out to some heavy stuff, or you can mellow out and get a very bluesy sound. The locking nut is sweet so that the guitar won't go out of tune. I love the whammy bar and the floating bridge for that unique sound. Not only is the tune fat, the action is super quick and it has jumbo frets. I love this guitar.
I dislike changing the strings on the guitar. It has a floyd rose bridge, which is awesome for dives, but it sucks for restringing and then getting into tune. Other then that, I love it.
I just bought it recently, so I haven't dinged it up yet. However, the tuning pegs are quality at its best. They are so strong and accurate. All other hardward seems pretty sturdy too. One thing I didn't like was the fact that one of the tuning screws on the bridge was stripped when I got it. Oh well. That could be Guitar Center's fault.
I love this guitar. I've only been playing for about a year and I can't put it down. It's amazing how much this guitar can vary in sound. Buy it, and experiment. But try not to break a string, or else you'll have to go through the painstaking process of retuning!
This is an Indonesian with 24 frets on a flat handle with 4 micro infinity home ibanez floating bridge and a Floyd Rose type.
If there is one and only thing for which I bought it for his round. But then very very fast, fluid, ect. Needless to say, each access to acute is damn easy and we never tires with. Mine was very well done.
The guitar is a bit heavy but nothing embarrassing and you get it easily with a good sound. Behind its appearance of RG, this skyscraper is really versatile.
I play metal, without going into extremes. The output level of microphones is powerful enough to sortire a sufficient grain and sustain proper. I like the way his gift ibanez is respected, strong, bold and powerful with smooth treble. I have long played with a 100 mg dfx. Today is a Blackstar HT-5 I do toy. From the time I could play with a lot of different interfaces and amp and it sounds like it must everywhere.
I use this RG since 3 years. I tried a huge amount of models in this price range has the time (Jackson, Ibanez, Ltd and so on). It is the only one that managed to get the pavement thanks to its handle, its sound, and price. I would do 300.10 ^ 40 times this choice is so great!
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Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" A very good choice"
* Which country was it made?
Ibanez "Made in Indonesia"
* What type of bridge?
Floyd type Edge 3 Tremolo
* What type of neck?
Channel set flat (typical ibanez).
* How many frets, what kinds of microorganisms and their configuration?
2 humbucker (3 for lower and lower the handle 4 for the bridge)
2 potientiomètres, one for volume and one for the tone
Micro Selector 5 notches
The handle is a handle ibanez dish. That's exactly what I wanted! Playing with comfort unmatched by other guitars, but he must love.
A classic shape perfectly balanced access to the latest cargo is easy except the 24th box: s
No major problems of its
I play everything that goes through rock and metal, the sound is perfect for this even if it lacks a little punch on the Palm Mute
The guitar is versatile, we get a lot of his
J'utilse a Marshall MG 50 FX, and hard rock, punk or metal, nickel pass ca!
For what is more traditional (jazz blues) AC spends less is a ibanez after all.
* For how long have you been using it?
I use it for almost 2 years
* What thing do you like most/least about it?
His handle is, for me, its main asset, the biggest fault is the floyd, a bit too soft.
* Did you try many other models before getting this one?
I tried many styles, ranging in many brands (Fender, Squier, x-lag, esp ...)
* What is your opinion about the value for the price?
At this price, microphones with a little more oomph would be nice
* Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...
I remake that choice without hesitation, but I will negotiate the price and will change the humbucker to the bridge