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

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  • bolentibolenti

    Disappointing

    Ibanez RG370DXPublished on 01/05/12 at 01:27
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It's been one year that I have.

    Made in Indonesia
    Bridge: Edge III (Ibanez Floyd Rose)
    Neck: Wizard III, end plate and a bit wide, 24 frets
    Configuration: HSH (INF3, INF3, Inf4)
    Controls: 1 volume pot, 1 tone pot

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is it fun?
    Rather nice, but can be a bit too flat and / or large for some
    Good ergonomics, good weight,
    Good access to acute

    The vibrato is malfunctioning, do not return to original position and it is difficult if not adjustable

    SOUNDS

    The pickups are passable.
    The humbucker (Inf4) in bridge is a little garish
    The simple (INF3) in a central position is not clear

    Does not correct the agreement due to its poor fl…
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    It's been one year that I have.

    Made in Indonesia
    Bridge: Edge III (Ibanez Floyd Rose)
    Neck: Wizard III, end plate and a bit wide, 24 frets
    Configuration: HSH (INF3, INF3, Inf4)
    Controls: 1 volume pot, 1 tone pot

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is it fun?
    Rather nice, but can be a bit too flat and / or large for some
    Good ergonomics, good weight,
    Good access to acute

    The vibrato is malfunctioning, do not return to original position and it is difficult if not adjustable

    SOUNDS

    The pickups are passable.
    The humbucker (Inf4) in bridge is a little garish
    The simple (INF3) in a central position is not clear

    Does not correct the agreement due to its poor floating tremolo that can not be solved either optimally

    OVERALL OPINION

    For € 379, I did not refer this choice.

    It is worth noting:
    1 ° The vibrato of this guitar is bad because it really is not adjustable in that it accepts a maximum of three springs, which screws into the wood soft and friable, it wears out quickly and he never returns to its initial position
    2 ° The wood of this guitar is solid, but against sounds fairly neutral (not too sharp or too low)
    3 ° A change in micro provides sound really interesting. By careful against single micro cavity is too small to accommodate a standard size single micro
    4 ° The Edge III tremolo replacement by an OFR is possible, but expensive.
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  • ejendresejendres

    You could do much better

    Ibanez RG370DXPublished on 10/13/11 at 13:35
    Its a Korean made Ibanez. It has all the typical RG appointments; 24 jumbo frets, double locking trem, single volume, single tone, and a 5 way blade switch.

    It comes loaded with Ibanez V series humbuckers, V7s I believe, as well as a single coil in the middle position.

    It actually has a bound neck, which is a cool cosmetic feature you don't see on a lot of guitars in this price range

    The bridge is an Ibanez Edge III trem. Basically a Floyd Rose knockoff, not a bad bridge at all. But its made of cheap metal, which means over time the knife edges wear and the trem gets less accurate. So after a year its borderline worthless.

    The neck is a Wizard II, which is a great feeling neck. …
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    Its a Korean made Ibanez. It has all the typical RG appointments; 24 jumbo frets, double locking trem, single volume, single tone, and a 5 way blade switch.

    It comes loaded with Ibanez V series humbuckers, V7s I believe, as well as a single coil in the middle position.

    It actually has a bound neck, which is a cool cosmetic feature you don't see on a lot of guitars in this price range

    The bridge is an Ibanez Edge III trem. Basically a Floyd Rose knockoff, not a bad bridge at all. But its made of cheap metal, which means over time the knife edges wear and the trem gets less accurate. So after a year its borderline worthless.

    The neck is a Wizard II, which is a great feeling neck. Killer for shredding.

    UTILIZATION

    The upper fret access is great, like on all RGs. The shape is nice and balanced, like all RGs.


    SOUNDS

    This guitar is obviously geared towards metal players. That said, they picked really crappy humbuckers for metal. These Ibanez V series pickups are among some of the worst pickups I've ever used. They need to be replaced for the guitar to sound good. Period.

    The single coil is surprisingly nice sounding and has a cool clean tone.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This guitar is decent for the price. It has a really nice neck, but the electronics are crap, and the hardware is will be crap after a year of regular use.

    With upgraded pickups it can a great sounding guitar, otherwise not so much.

    I never actually owned this guitar, but my friend did. And I do all his tech work. I am not kidding when I say that this guitar needed more setups and more maintenance that any other guitar I've had experience with.

    So to sum up, yes, its an RG, and RGs are very ergonomically guitars that play great when they're setup right. It even comes with a wizard II neck, and they're awesome. That said, the amount of maintenance require to make this guitar play and sound good makes it not worth it. I realize this is a low end guitar, but in my experience your $400 would be much better spend on an LTD. And if you're heart set on an RG, buy used. Because your $400 will actually get you a good instrument that way.
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  • Anonymous

    Ibanez RG370DXPublished on 10/11/03 at 09:30
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    CHARACTERISTICS All are given on the official website https://www.ibanez.co.jp/world/guitar/page_rg/rg370dxce.html.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is the Ibanez Wizard II, which is very late and very enjoyable; issue can be got, but it can easily slide around. The combination of two humbuckers with a single allows a good diversity of sounds, but it is still more "heavy" with an RG170 for example.
    However my opinion is that of a beginners tojours as given that this is my scratch Premire electric.

    SOUNDS

    I play with this guitar on a Behringer GX110 ULTRAROC, which has many effects Intgr, and allows a multitude of sounds Different. The use of humbuckers gives trs good distorted…
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    CHARACTERISTICS All are given on the official website https://www.ibanez.co.jp/world/guitar/page_rg/rg370dxce.html.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is the Ibanez Wizard II, which is very late and very enjoyable; issue can be got, but it can easily slide around. The combination of two humbuckers with a single allows a good diversity of sounds, but it is still more "heavy" with an RG170 for example.
    However my opinion is that of a beginners tojours as given that this is my scratch Premire electric.

    SOUNDS

    I play with this guitar on a Behringer GX110 ULTRAROC, which has many effects Intgr, and allows a multitude of sounds Different. The use of humbuckers gives trs good distorted sounds. It is difficult to have a really clear, because even with simple microphones the sound is "heavy" (as I said dj ...).
    It remains to see your style of music, it will orient plutt metal and hard rock (while remaining versatile enough for beginners).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I do possde this guitar for 2 weeks, so I can take a little step back from my purchase, but until now I am satisfied with my purchase trs. For beginners who would tantt by MODEL, I would advise even when plutt an RG170 or the MODEL SERIES GIO, which are cheaper and can be more versatile . In addition, the floating tremolo type "pink floyd" do they will probably not useful.
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  • BatousaiBatousai

    Ibanez RG370DXPublished on 08/14/04 at 14:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    C scratching a complete ass ki allows beginners to have a mid-range guitar.

    UTILIZATION

    This guitar com everyone says is mainly oriented towards the metal and the big rock, which does not prevent is the used for other types of music, it's ken mm versatile with his ass chevalet.Pour flat handle bars and you just have to pos and its rings.

    SOUNDS

    I play punk rock and metal so that the south wind and a real guitar rgal, not to mention much easier to solo has played with, this guitar has helped me a lot at the m'amlior technique but also the speed of play
    The only dfo that we might be criticized is that this guitar but it saturates naturally be a little quality in most c…
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    C scratching a complete ass ki allows beginners to have a mid-range guitar.

    UTILIZATION

    This guitar com everyone says is mainly oriented towards the metal and the big rock, which does not prevent is the used for other types of music, it's ken mm versatile with his ass chevalet.Pour flat handle bars and you just have to pos and its rings.

    SOUNDS

    I play punk rock and metal so that the south wind and a real guitar rgal, not to mention much easier to solo has played with, this guitar has helped me a lot at the m'amlior technique but also the speed of play
    The only dfo that we might be criticized is that this guitar but it saturates naturally be a little quality in most cases

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 6 months and I practiced for 3 years and I am happy, I think this guitar and tried by many as the best fawn to form an opinion of the trial is over (and its cheaper than buying it.
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  • dark-snoopydark-snoopy

    Ibanez RG370DXPublished on 11/02/04 at 10:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    A lightweight guitar to handle fast and good at qualitprix. The Floyd Rose is not really useful trs, but aprcie excessive use of vibrato without thinking about the tuning.

    UTILIZATION

    A special solo run, access to acute trs good guitar Whereas increases the speed of his game
    For Floyd, I do not change the tuning of string or very practical (when I play music o There is no vibrato, I dvisse to give quickly in case of concern). With the training, 15 minutes are still cvhanger Necessary for the strings.
    Finally, I do not support output jack on the side bottom of the scratch .. Play o sitting on a sofa on a chair is not recommended: - /

    SOUNDS

    The guitar sound is reall…
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    A lightweight guitar to handle fast and good at qualitprix. The Floyd Rose is not really useful trs, but aprcie excessive use of vibrato without thinking about the tuning.

    UTILIZATION

    A special solo run, access to acute trs good guitar Whereas increases the speed of his game
    For Floyd, I do not change the tuning of string or very practical (when I play music o There is no vibrato, I dvisse to give quickly in case of concern). With the training, 15 minutes are still cvhanger Necessary for the strings.
    Finally, I do not support output jack on the side bottom of the scratch .. Play o sitting on a sofa on a chair is not recommended: - /

    SOUNDS

    The guitar sound is really felt rather versatile. The distortion is excellent, especially on a peavey amp and marshall. In addition, the 5-way switch allows you to waltz between the three pickups (single-double-double), and by modifying the sound of the amp, it has a impressive range of sound. This guitar is aimed at rockers rather than the o blueseux metalheads.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Trs a good guitar to play punk, hard rock, (some) of blues and metal, which allows great freedom as the noise level at the physical level, the handle Seeing me charm ds my first test.

    I would add that the notes that I give are absolutely subjective, and if they can seem excessive, it parcque 450 euros a guitar that is well worth the quality ;-)

    will later shot and good scratch
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  • vampire008vampire008

    Ibanez RG370DXPublished on 08/17/05 at 17:34
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Korea
    24 cases
    floyd
    5-way switch 1volume a tone

    wooden handle? .. not all acajout + key

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very pleasant and super flat for solo al!
    Easy access to sharp even at the 24 th box
    good ergonomics and weight with a Flyt case it starts to asser heavy when you walk with more than 200 meters but the guitar itself has an average weight
    just something taking c jack is wrong damn one can sit to play peter s the jack if it is assimilated to the station in LAIRE head ... (I lai already done ..)
    its rating is nothing to say c nikel

    SOUNDS

    C tres guitar Polyval almost anything goes with the scraper!
    a v + a peavey amp buy 112 Express yester…
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    Made in Korea
    24 cases
    floyd
    5-way switch 1volume a tone

    wooden handle? .. not all acajout + key

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very pleasant and super flat for solo al!
    Easy access to sharp even at the 24 th box
    good ergonomics and weight with a Flyt case it starts to asser heavy when you walk with more than 200 meters but the guitar itself has an average weight
    just something taking c jack is wrong damn one can sit to play peter s the jack if it is assimilated to the station in LAIRE head ... (I lai already done ..)
    its rating is nothing to say c nikel

    SOUNDS

    C tres guitar Polyval almost anything goes with the scraper!
    a v + a peavey amp buy 112 Express yesterday (comp buy radall rg 200g2) second hand and it looks good in almost everything!
    I like the miro sound to the body very hot!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used the last one month is c is the foot
    I love his class, the super slim neck, finicion and color (I precise than mine is a c rg 370dx this / / / / this> channel Magifique dark blue c)
    mmmmm .. 8 or 9 o I know
    price ratio Worth and especially second hand
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  • ReiepReiep

    Ibanez RG370DXPublished on 01/30/06 at 10:19
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The following notice on an RG 370 DX "first generation" of 2004. The RG 370 DX has undergone a small facelift in early 2005, so there may be some differences from the model currently on the market.

    So here we have a nice little Korean and 24 frets, black for me. Its handle, thin enough, is maple, the fingerboard is rosewood, while his little body is basswood.

    About Linden (I quote):
    <p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>The linden (basswood) is very popular because it is very cheap and light. It has a rich, glossy and soft. Widespread on all continents, its density is 0.40 to 0.50.</span>

    It has 2 humbuckers in neck and the horse, and a single microphone in the middle. The micro co…
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    The following notice on an RG 370 DX "first generation" of 2004. The RG 370 DX has undergone a small facelift in early 2005, so there may be some differences from the model currently on the market.

    So here we have a nice little Korean and 24 frets, black for me. Its handle, thin enough, is maple, the fingerboard is rosewood, while his little body is basswood.

    About Linden (I quote):
    <p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>The linden (basswood) is very popular because it is very cheap and light. It has a rich, glossy and soft. Widespread on all continents, its density is 0.40 to 0.50.</span>

    It has 2 humbuckers in neck and the horse, and a single microphone in the middle. The micro configs are:
    <ul>
    Humbucker neck
    Micro + micro split double handle simple middle
    Simple micro environment
    Micro + micro simple mid double horse split
    Micro horse double split
    </ul>

    Add to that a volume knob, one tone (effective way), the mechanical non-blocking and of course an easel type named licensed Floyd Rose Edge Pro II.

    In short, it rolls level equipment.

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is thin enough. I like it, it depends on taste. Access to acute is correct, perhaps those with very small fingers will struggle to get the last 3 frets. In any case the horn lower leaves plenty of room for my big hands.

    In terms of weight we must admit that it is not the slightest ... Being rather hefty it does not bother me too much, it says people used to the lighter guitars may not hang. Anyway this is not a dead donkey either eh! However the balance is very good, it is the right thing! And I think it&#39;s a very important point.

    Let us still the "problem" of the bridge. All Floyd Rose vibrato type are known to be hardus to adjust. Since starting in my first attempt at setting personal has not been very successful:-D Anyway, in my defense the strings were quite worn, and I&#39;m not very patient ... However the vibrato itself is of very good quality, it is perhaps not an original or a Schaller, but it is very good agreement and can meet there when I solicit (admittedly not often). It fulfills its function perfectly. So, apart from this characteristic inherent in all Floyd, the Edge Pro is pretty good.

    Note that the new model on the Edge Pro II was replaced with the Edge III. Do not ask me what are the differences I do not know!

    SOUNDS

    The RG 370 DX has a reputation for hard-rockeuse/métalleuse. That&#39;s good, that&#39;s my style! However it is a bit simplistic to confine these two areas: it is quite capable to tackle the blues or jazz. However the pickups have a little tendency to saturate quickly fans of his ultra-clear crystal will certainly be a little disappointed. We can also blame them for a little lack of definition, that goes with it. It ontient more easily than its bold sound accurate, without having one&#39;s "dripping" eh!

    As I said above we have five mic positions with a tone quite effective: those who will use it will have a rather warm palette of sounds available to them. So do not hesitate to play with the tone is one of the lessons I learned with this guitar. Others make do with the bridge pickup and the knobs in "toutafon" - perhaps the reputation metal this guitar comes from.

    Note that the microphones were also changed in the current version of the guitar.

    I play on a Roland Cube 30 (who said "the absolute beginner stuff"? ;-)), Which is a nice amp modeling. The both fit well. I have not had the opportunity to play on another amp, this will be an edict one of these days ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use my RG 370 DX now for a big year: this was my Christmas 2004.

    Pros:
    <ul>
    The look: the inlays are beautiful, long live the shark teeth! The overall look is pretty nice, especially in black like mine
    Sound: I get sounds that I like is I think the main thing.
    The overall quality: after a year of use everything is perfectly in place, no play anywhere, the varnish is good and all. The finish is impeccable. In short, it is, for now, the sound! Maybe go for a next edition ... </ul>

    Cons:
    <ul>
    Microphones: they would benefit from a little more specific. Cane m&#39;handycape but not really
    Weight: contreignant may be some
    The key: not as visually but, but why on earth have put a white binding on the button? It&#39;s too slice with the rest of the guitar. Moreover, an ebony fingerboard would have been welcome: an all black skyscraper that would have done!
    </ul>

    The price / quality ratio is very good (paid € 420) is, moreover, that made me choose this guitar over many echoes heard. And yes, being a beginner, try a guitar does not do much.

    Repeat this choice? Yes, definitely. But having learned to deal with a single before Floyd:-D
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  • Anonymous

    Ibanez RG370DXPublished on 08/17/06 at 10:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    24 fret maple neck so key rosewood, body bassewood (lime in french), a simple two humbuckers, a volume control, a tone, a 5-way switch for the pickups so, floyd rose type tremolo bridge (Ibanez Edge prey in here)

    UTILIZATION

    Then, the same perfection, the handle is great, fast, pleasant end comfortable, no complaints! weight is the standard I think not too heavy not too light lol, we get easily a good sound! the ergonimie is ideal to play as sitting upright! it will just buy a jack sitting elbow to play under penalty of breaking the jacks!

    SOUNDS

    The sounds are excellent I think, I have never seen such micro-level output and the sound magical! and more directly to the …
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    24 fret maple neck so key rosewood, body bassewood (lime in french), a simple two humbuckers, a volume control, a tone, a 5-way switch for the pickups so, floyd rose type tremolo bridge (Ibanez Edge prey in here)

    UTILIZATION

    Then, the same perfection, the handle is great, fast, pleasant end comfortable, no complaints! weight is the standard I think not too heavy not too light lol, we get easily a good sound! the ergonimie is ideal to play as sitting upright! it will just buy a jack sitting elbow to play under penalty of breaking the jacks!

    SOUNDS

    The sounds are excellent I think, I have never seen such micro-level output and the sound magical! and more directly to the purchase! I have a friend who put on an old gibson emg .. they can not hold a candle ibanez pickups on this model (personal opinion) the low ressoretent a wonder, as the sharp (a bit much in my style but I do not plaind away from!) sounds playable ranging from blues to metal with no problem given the configuration of the microphones

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for some months now I find it great for what I did! I play as well as on stage with me and I do not plaind! I reffer this choice 1000 times without problem!
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  • sgst345sgst345

    Ibanez RG370DXPublished on 03/18/07 at 06:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Korea
    24 frets
    floyd
    5-way switch, 1 volume, 1 tone
    wizard 2

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is it fun?
    yes

    - Access to acute (recent freight) is it easy?
    yes, pretty easy

    - Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
    it is quite heavy in terms of form it great!

    - Gets it easy to sound good?
    yes

    SOUNDS

    - They are suitable to your style of music?
    I play rock, metal so yes

    -With what (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) do you play?
    I play a roland cube 30

    - What kind of sound you get and with what settings ("crystalline", "bold ",....)?
    this guitar is oriented toward the metal but still very versatile

    -What are the sounds you…
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    Made in Korea
    24 frets
    floyd
    5-way switch, 1 volume, 1 tone
    wizard 2

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is it fun?
    yes

    - Access to acute (recent freight) is it easy?
    yes, pretty easy

    - Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
    it is quite heavy in terms of form it great!

    - Gets it easy to sound good?
    yes

    SOUNDS

    - They are suitable to your style of music?
    I play rock, metal so yes

    -With what (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) do you play?
    I play a roland cube 30

    - What kind of sound you get and with what settings ("crystalline", "bold ",....)?
    this guitar is oriented toward the metal but still very versatile

    -What are the sounds you prefer, you hate?
    j'aadore the distos, I hate no sounds

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for six months, I love her look, I try any other models before aquérir, the value is correct, with the experience I think I would do this choice.
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  • Anonymous

    Ibanez RG370DXPublished on 07/12/07 at 07:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Guitar factory in Indonsie.
    Basswood body.
    Saddle handle screwed wizard II 24 jumbo frets and 25.5 ".
    Ibanez Pickups: 3 cramique Infinity humbucker in the neck position
    Infinity s3 alnico single in the middle
    Infinity humbucker alnico in the bridge position 4
    Vibrato Ibanez Floyd EdgeIII type.
    One volume knob and one Tone.
    Slecteur 5 positions.

    At first glance, well finished guitar parat. But if we will see in the cavities or micro-vibrato, the makers have s'aperoit indonsiens are not in lace! The parties caches are raw wood: no varnish, let alone paint.
    Also, I was surprised to see a big crit "7" to the felt below the springs holding the vibrato! A, the big production!…
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    Guitar factory in Indonsie.
    Basswood body.
    Saddle handle screwed wizard II 24 jumbo frets and 25.5 ".
    Ibanez Pickups: 3 cramique Infinity humbucker in the neck position
    Infinity s3 alnico single in the middle
    Infinity humbucker alnico in the bridge position 4
    Vibrato Ibanez Floyd EdgeIII type.
    One volume knob and one Tone.
    Slecteur 5 positions.

    At first glance, well finished guitar parat. But if we will see in the cavities or micro-vibrato, the makers have s'aperoit indonsiens are not in lace! The parties caches are raw wood: no varnish, let alone paint.
    Also, I was surprised to see a big crit "7" to the felt below the springs holding the vibrato! A, the big production!

    Apart from this, the RG is really nice in black. Overlays "shark teeth" are trsrussies. I recall that I bought 400.

    But after a year of life, the guitar begins to fall pice! But I will speak later.

    UTILIZATION

    In terms of ergonomics, it's really impressive!
    Guitar perfectly push the body (especially feet). In addition, it is really lgre: even with an afternoon of APRS rpetition, one remains fit and it is not broke in two!
    The handle WizardII is really good, although too late for me (I've found six months APRS ...). This is especially acute in the ACCS is amazing! You can still buggers at the bottom of the handle!
    The above anything wrong.

    Only true vibrato is a wound. The first string change I made at least 2 hours on rgler! When finally in place, not bad but I do not know why, it seems fragile.

    Well after 10 months, I was rponse: poor quality wood type vibrato Floyd + = 0!
    Indeed, two large screws that hold the springs themselves are the same block tremolo (what a Floyd). And one day while using this same vibrato, a loud noise is heard from the guitar. J'enlve the cavity being protected plastic vibrato and, surprise, one of the screws tore the wood that held him. So they had to screw it back so he could take.
    Vibrato is unusable as it is shooting up and that any guitar Entire fragilis.
    Great is not it?

    In terms of sound, are rglages-simple (see below).

    SOUNDS

    This guitar is ultra versatile. She who should play everything (which is a little bit in my case). In fact, the Ibanez pickups have no personality. They are neutral, but in a good way.

    The neck pickup is one of the three microphones that convinced me the most. Clearly, with lots of bass, good sound jazzy and greedy emerge. But do not put the gain above 10 as this is an infamous Boullie.

    The bridge pickup is plutt "capricious". Indeed, it is sensitive to trs of Tone knob. I used to put it back. With the RG I stop But overall, this mic is good. The distorted sounds are the same Black Sabbath trs good.

    The microphone is no simple! Its sounds are like those of a low-end synthtiseur! The mdiums are my ears, too "creuss". I do not frankly know what to play it. on the other hand, if you mix with humbuckers, there are clear sounds interrssant trs.

    At home I play on Marshall MG100 is a Boss DS-1 for solos. In RPET I use an old Digitech RP-1 branch of a mixer and large cabinet or on the Peavey all-tube of my friend.

    The big advantage of these microphones is their versatility.
    Their default is that it is an important time to find the sound that we interrsse and they do not own characters.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been a year that I have this guitar and I rammene at my dealer. When I is exposed the problem of vibrato, he said he has never seen a guitar for only 1 year.
    In addition, the wood is so mdiocre one of straplocks has simply made the trunk: as the Screw vibrato, he pulled out.
    I would point out that my guitar has suffered any ill-treatment, despite numerous transport, I was always being protected. But wood is a resounding crap, so ...

    So if you want to play guitar for no more than a year, while having his trs versatile, RG 370dx this is for you!
    And with the exprience, if you give me a new one, I sold it directo!

    PS: I bought an Ibanez rcemment SZ520qm Used EMG 81/60a team and was a marvel!
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We are using Google Analytics in order to better understand the use that our visitors make of our website in an attempt to improve it. When this parameter is activated, no personal information is sent to Google and the IP addresses are anonymized.

Advertising

This information allows us to show you personalized advertisements thanks to which Audiofanzine is financed. By unchecking this box you will still have advertisements but they may be less interesting :) We are using Google Ad Manager to display part of our ads, or tools integrated to our own CMS for the rest.


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