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Ibanez S520EX
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Ibanez S520EX

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

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Thaddée Thaddée
Publié le 02/02/08 à 02:59
- In which country was it made? (USA, Japan, Mexico, France ...)
if it has not changed, Ibanez guitars are created in factories in various Asian countries (Korea, Japan ...). Luthra frankly seems the low end, and the woods of bad its quality.

- How many frets, what kind of micro as well as their configuration?
22 Jumbo Frets on a handle 25.5 ", 2 humbuckers in bridge and INF2 INF1 neck covered in a solid metal capo, the selector position (contrary to what is shown on the site) allows only three positions microphone: easel bridge + neck, neck.

- What type of bridge (Floyd, Wilkinson ...)?
The bridge is the famous ZR, a vibrato that works on ball bearings instead of having two pivots that still will break after a while ... There is a nut on the block as a string guitars with Floyd, can adjust the tension of the vibrato come away and the rest is just the same as the Floyd Rose. Note that on mine, she had a little trouble back in a neutral position (detuning of the orde of 1 / 10th of tone, the small désacordage begins to tickle the ears roughly) at the end it &#39; is boring, it is left like that.

- What are the settings (volume, tone, micro switch ...)?
1 tone, 1 volume, 1 three-way selector (not 5).

- What type of race?
Channel 2 fast wizard neck shape "
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