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

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  • MGR/supermanMGR/superman

    Ibanez RT 450

    Ibanez RT450Published on 04/02/04 at 14:00
    I was looking for my first electric guitar and I bought this guitar at a pawn shop for one hundred bucks.

    EVERYTHING! Ibanez has to be the most underrated and unrespected guitar brand in the world. This guitar has the most playable neck I've ever played. I now own an ESP and a Gibson, and I still love to play my Ibanez becuase it feels so good. Even though Ibanez pickups aren't the best in the world, you can achieve a wide variety of sounds from acoustic to jazz to heavy metal.

    The only complaint I have is that the pickups aren't absolutely amazing. They're no EMG's, but they still rock!

    The neck is bolt-on, and there is no binding on the unit. Some would think this makes for a c…
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    I was looking for my first electric guitar and I bought this guitar at a pawn shop for one hundred bucks.

    EVERYTHING! Ibanez has to be the most underrated and unrespected guitar brand in the world. This guitar has the most playable neck I've ever played. I now own an ESP and a Gibson, and I still love to play my Ibanez becuase it feels so good. Even though Ibanez pickups aren't the best in the world, you can achieve a wide variety of sounds from acoustic to jazz to heavy metal.

    The only complaint I have is that the pickups aren't absolutely amazing. They're no EMG's, but they still rock!

    The neck is bolt-on, and there is no binding on the unit. Some would think this makes for a cheap guitar, but this instrument is great. The sustain rocks, and I've put it through a lot and it is still looks great.

    It's hard to get ahold of these guitars because Ibanez no longer makes them, but they rule! Buy Ibanez!!!!!!

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • stof79stof79

    Ibanez RT450Published on 11/25/08 at 00:15
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Japan

    HSH configuration
    5-way selector, 1 volume, 1 tone

    2 point tremolo
    Mechanical GOTOH
    maple neck end target. Junction sleeve body at the 17th fret

    Alder body, 3 part
    key rosewood (rosewood I think it)
    24 frets

    cutting bevel on the stomach and stops the upper right arm

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very pleasant end. Now that I'm used to the bigger it parrait even too late.

    The junction body handle is not what is most convenient because thick asses.

    The use of vibrato tendency to tune the guitar, it may be necessary to change the mechanical interlocking not?

    SOUNDS

    It is made to the crunch a bit dirty (type roots reggae, a little rapper with…
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    Made in Japan

    HSH configuration
    5-way selector, 1 volume, 1 tone

    2 point tremolo
    Mechanical GOTOH
    maple neck end target. Junction sleeve body at the 17th fret

    Alder body, 3 part
    key rosewood (rosewood I think it)
    24 frets

    cutting bevel on the stomach and stops the upper right arm

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very pleasant end. Now that I'm used to the bigger it parrait even too late.

    The junction body handle is not what is most convenient because thick asses.

    The use of vibrato tendency to tune the guitar, it may be necessary to change the mechanical interlocking not?

    SOUNDS

    It is made to the crunch a bit dirty (type roots reggae, a little rapper with the single coil), and saturation type heavy 90s (his typical offspring)
    I do not use the intermediate positions

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is my first electric guitar bought in 1991-92. It's still a good guitar.
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