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

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  • Shado.FenrirShado.Fenrir

    A Super Super Strat

    Ibanez RGT6EXPublished on 11/26/12 at 04:47
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Korea

    Edge Floyd III, which is the only thing about the guitar.

    Handle through 24 cases, with access to treble is just exceptional, the key is rosewood.

    Two microphones Assets, an EMG 85 side handle and side Floyd, EMG 81 guitar features a 3-position selector. Level knobs if there are 2, one for volume and one for tone. The volume knob is quite close to the ropes for use in violin effect, although it lacks a bit of progressiveness.

    Here I put 9/10 because of the floyd.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is just super nice, thin, flat key, access to acute perfect, like balancing the guitar is a pure joy.

    Sound vacuum is already very nice, once connected the EMG do their…
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    Made in Korea

    Edge Floyd III, which is the only thing about the guitar.

    Handle through 24 cases, with access to treble is just exceptional, the key is rosewood.

    Two microphones Assets, an EMG 85 side handle and side Floyd, EMG 81 guitar features a 3-position selector. Level knobs if there are 2, one for volume and one for tone. The volume knob is quite close to the ropes for use in violin effect, although it lacks a bit of progressiveness.

    Here I put 9/10 because of the floyd.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is just super nice, thin, flat key, access to acute perfect, like balancing the guitar is a pure joy.

    Sound vacuum is already very nice, once connected the EMG do their job, saturation is terrible, but I would just like to clarify that contrary to popular belief, the EMG does not necessarily lack of versatility, with EMG 85 gives some very nice clean tones, and both pickups sound crunch is nice, even if it is typical metal can still venture into other musical horizons.

    SOUNDS

    I play many different styles, it goes from blues to heavy metal stain, I use a JCM 2000 TSL 100 relampé with Mesa on the lead channel, the presence of EMG provides a sound both saturated desire but also wants very precise treble for solos I add just a little delay (MXR Carbon Copy) and is party to handle like a fun shredeur crazy ^ ^

    For clean sounds, I use EMG 85 mostly because it brings crystal clear sound very pleasant.

    I want to say that I have other guitars for comparison, a Gibson Les Paul (with Gibson pickups) and a Seymour Duncan ESP rise.

    Finally at the sound, the only thing that can hinder this Ibanez is the difficulty out of harmonics with the neck pickup.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 5 years, I'm not disappointed, and it is my main guitar on stage again as the value for money is just amazing, just the downside of Floyd, but it's a detail that can be changed.

    Before purchasing I tried many model, LTD MH, passing through Jackson, LAG, and even Jim Root Signature Fender, but this is the one that made me crack.

    Its gameplay is perfect, the weight is perfect for me, the perfect balance, the microphones do their work admirably, I would do this choice without hesitation.
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