Core 22 frets, HSH manufacturing Ibanez INF1 + + INFS1 INF2 Ibanez ZR tremolo mounted on ball, very pleasant, easy rgler Volume + Tone handle fairly flat
Magnificent very comfortable ACCS Acute proper weight to about 3kg so no fatigue is a versatile ts, big sound to rock good if you want the dope you change the pickups, the violin as superb, it's worth
No problem for my rock style I play on a set composed of a lamp prampli Hugh & Kettner + GP 16 with Roland Sovtek Mig amps lamps 100 + Marshall 4x12 and Peavey VK 212 and Renown amp transistors
For a week she is beautiful I réponce good water like all my guitars stick with paper in 2000, and even the table Saddle to complete the finish and I plan ct microphones can be a kit seymour duncan Sh6b + + SSl6 Sh6n is done I chose in-neck in mid-SSL6 SH1 and SH5-bridge, a sound you tell me the news this configuration Seymour Duncan excellent!
I chose this guitar for my microphones HS-1 (Neck) + SSL 6 (Mid) + SH-5 (Bridge) excellent setup a killer!
Ibanez pickups 2 double and 1 single, Volume and Tone Channel
fairly flat, slightly dconcertant to beginners when it usually handles C-style strato But after a few minutes you get used to easily
Accs easy to acute
I ts a virtual microphones Ibanez and I opt for SH1 in neck
SSL6 in a mid and SH5 in Bridge
with the 3 pickups has worked very well ... Ibanez mics for me lacked grain level I sold them short!
With Seymour Duncan can play good rock to Heavy Rock and easily ct SSL6 has its clear the level so it's not super lens but it is playable by lowering the volume
ct's with my Seymour Duncan 8 / 10 very good
I play on HK Trilogy
Ct original Ibanez pickups for me it 4 out of 10 ... inadequate, but I will say that I knew when I bought, I just wanted a good violin right price, the pickups are a changing!
The body of the guitar is mahogany enough profile not heavy at all pleasant to wear in concert not tiring
So if you want a nice guitar if you find it secondhand and change take the mics ... put whatever you want and frankly was going to ring!