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Ibanez S270
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Ibanez S270

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

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barte555 barte555

«  God bless rock'n'roll »

Publié le 01/13/11 à 09:57
Value For Money : Excellent
The guitar is a Korean, with floyd rose type bridge (but without having to cut the ropes after big advantage). The handle is fine and will appeal especially to shredders and those who spend hours playing. It has 22 frets. : 3-MSM (double single double) for a certain flexibility (5-way switching). Channel

UTILIZATION

super nice, a perfect body, the weight is correct for the mahogany. Easy access to acute. For sound, it is not di Marzio but it is good provided you have an amp right. In any case, one has for his money.

SOUNDS

She is comfortable in all styles. Nothing more to say. I play on transistor and also lamps. She defends well on the transistor, but the lights there it sends severe.

OVERALL OPINION

Almost 10 years and I still think 10 years (regular maintenance, no problem). For me the S series guitars are ideal. The value for money is as always very good at ibanez. I would do this choice and I would take more prestigious model.
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