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STC-Shaped Guitar from Ibanez belonging to the Roadstar series.

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  • The MoreHell - Guitar Tech / LuthierThe MoreHell - Guitar Tech / Luthier

    A very vintage sound!

    Ibanez RS315Published on 12/26/13 at 19:09
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    _This Guitar was made in Japan in 1983

    _The Bridge is a "Hard Rocker Ibanez"

    _This Is a maple neck

    _ The neck 21 frets.

    _The Configuration is very simple 1 volume knob and 1 tone. The microphone is an Ibanez V2, probably one of the best vintage microphone, this is a cooperation between Ibanez and DiMarzio if my memory's correct.

    UTILIZATION

    _The Handle is very nice (This is a one piece maple neck, the button is painted)

    _The Guitar is very well balanced but quite heavy.

    _L'accès The treble is very simple and we reached the last cargo, even before feeling the heat.

    _on Does not need to play with the knob to get a good sound although the tone and volume jeopard…
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    _This Guitar was made in Japan in 1983

    _The Bridge is a "Hard Rocker Ibanez"

    _This Is a maple neck

    _ The neck 21 frets.

    _The Configuration is very simple 1 volume knob and 1 tone. The microphone is an Ibanez V2, probably one of the best vintage microphone, this is a cooperation between Ibanez and DiMarzio if my memory's correct.

    UTILIZATION

    _The Handle is very nice (This is a one piece maple neck, the button is painted)

    _The Guitar is very well balanced but quite heavy.

    _L'accès The treble is very simple and we reached the last cargo, even before feeling the heat.

    _on Does not need to play with the knob to get a good sound although the tone and volume jeopardizes well on her, found what suits us directly.

    SOUNDS

    _This Is very versatile guitar (styles of music that I used its also very diverse, but I think what has a better sound on songs like Lynyrd Skynyrd)

    _I Used on a Marshall Valvestate

    _Elle Equally suited for clean sound and distortion that still maintains a fairly warm sound.

    OVERALL OPINION

    _I Used since August 2013

    _on Gave it to me, so I did not think to buy a new guitar.

    _This Skyscraper has a great sound and is for single problem to have an easel that United pays too quickly.
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