- 2 microphones ... they are really lousy.
The handle is nickel, the guitar not too heavy, access to treble is great and the good sound is not hard to get out if we are well equipped ... Ibanez's are designed to play quickly and make raw solos.
- 1: we never reach perfection ...
once you leave a little redesigned one wants is a little like her: I mounted sh1'59 Duncan SH4 and to have a vintage sound, but if you want a more modern metal, this is more Dimarzio or EMG need to. I play with a Hughes and Kettner Dual EL84, and there I dont care earful, it's happiness.
- 2: As at the time, I realize that Gibson would certainly have better met my needs.
I've had 4 years and there is nothing to say, it holds up, it's good stuff, I tried the Fender (a stratum of the same range) but before that it is a Another comfortable game and probably less versatile (though) Anyway it's a good guitar once replaced the pickups (~ 200 € for a good pair of microphone).
- 2, because it never reaches the perfection and the microphones are sweating to replace (Ibanez does not use the same color codes that Seymour Duncan son for drivers)