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

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  • ryosaebachouryosaebachou

    Ibanez RG420FAPublished on 05/31/13 at 09:01
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Characteristics have already been mentioned, no need to iron on it.

    UTILIZATION

    For the handle, this is a fine round, fast and very nice.
    This is not a steve vai, but it's very good, especially for this price.
    Access to acute is no big problem, the form type strat proven and the weight is well balanced, it's nice.
    Floyd responds well and the block-strings, no problem of loss agreement
    nothing wrong about it

    SOUNDS

    I bought it when I was not a big hardware (amp rotten), so I do not really exploitai.
    Since I invested and I agree that it was worth it.
    On a good amp, the sound is pretty accurate, although it purrs, it's nice to crunch and the big disco hard roc…
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    Characteristics have already been mentioned, no need to iron on it.

    UTILIZATION

    For the handle, this is a fine round, fast and very nice.
    This is not a steve vai, but it's very good, especially for this price.
    Access to acute is no big problem, the form type strat proven and the weight is well balanced, it's nice.
    Floyd responds well and the block-strings, no problem of loss agreement
    nothing wrong about it

    SOUNDS

    I bought it when I was not a big hardware (amp rotten), so I do not really exploitai.
    Since I invested and I agree that it was worth it.
    On a good amp, the sound is pretty accurate, although it purrs, it's nice to crunch and the big disco hard rock.
    For the very heavy metal, this is against a little light, especially in terms of volume.
    Using micro splitted, the sound is slamming and responds well especially for clean sounds.
    It is a good versatile guitar, even if just for a bit of very heavy metal.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had 15 years now and I do not regret my purchase, this guitar is always fun to play.
    It passed into the hands of a luthier a year ago and a half and this one did a great job, a complete set including more microphones (sound even better now), and work on the frets (waste from time) that made me run faster.
    Happiness.
    I probably do not sell and I think I was lucky to have a good seller at the time of purchase.
    If you find a not too expensive, make the pass in the luthier and treat yourself
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  • nyckaunyckau

    Ibanez RG420FAPublished on 07/23/06 at 03:47
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - The body is basswood with a flamed table ash (ash then flamed)

    - The handle is a wizazrd II with a rosewood fingerboard

    - The floyd a lo-trs II
    - 2 humbucker pickups

    - The neck pickup: Ibanez INF 1
    - The bridge pickup: Ibanez INF 2

    -5 Position micro switch

    UTILIZATION

    Round end (ibanez!) So very pleasant to play.
    the access is very easy to acute and well designed.
    STC-Shaped Guitars about 3 pounds. very well proportioned!
    with humbuckers gives her a hell! (Rarely heard), especially to play in full. but also a very good sound in clean and empty ...

    SOUNDS

    For my part, I play mostly with distortion (britpop, rock ...) and there for this kind of mu…
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    - The body is basswood with a flamed table ash (ash then flamed)

    - The handle is a wizazrd II with a rosewood fingerboard

    - The floyd a lo-trs II
    - 2 humbucker pickups

    - The neck pickup: Ibanez INF 1
    - The bridge pickup: Ibanez INF 2

    -5 Position micro switch

    UTILIZATION

    Round end (ibanez!) So very pleasant to play.
    the access is very easy to acute and well designed.
    STC-Shaped Guitars about 3 pounds. very well proportioned!
    with humbuckers gives her a hell! (Rarely heard), especially to play in full. but also a very good sound in clean and empty ...

    SOUNDS

    For my part, I play mostly with distortion (britpop, rock ...) and there for this kind of music it sounds great!
    I play with a vox pathfinder 15 r (which is not very powerful) but this should only be better with a higher power amp.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 6 years ... it gave me satisfaction that it is repeating, muted at home etc ... Today it is only found in time, it is no longer manufactured. it must be for 400 euros I think (new 900 euros). This is a reference ibanez not well known but I swear it's worth the trip!
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