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Ibanez SA2120FM
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Ibanez SA2120FM

STC-Shaped Guitar from Ibanez belonging to the SA Prestige series.

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vco83 vco83
Publié le 10/05/08 à 09:26
Made in Korea, but prestige
24 frets, 2 Dimarzio / Ibz
sat pro
5 positions 1v 1t
round 5 parts too good

UTILIZATION

Super set, super finish flamed maple on mahogany degraded honey, fine and super-balanced and sound!

SOUNDS

Various sounds, but color Dimarzio. Those who love will be delighted ...
The bridge is a satellite pro, not a floyd. Those who are on fixed bridge (I do) will not be hampered by the pro sat

OVERALL OPINION

Purchased in Paris in 2006, to 899 euros ... promo! New! deluxe carrying case with prestige! that happiness!
Its assets: the handle, ergonomics, sound, finish, in short everything that we ask a guitar ...
A near 1400 euros, the "normal" price it's perhaps a bit expensive.
But the sword SA prestige is beautiful, the dress mahogany / flamed maple, and the sound, not to mention the superb Prestige Deluxe case, a showcase for the beautiful ...
I do not regret this choice, the fun is intact.
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