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Ibanez SC420
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Ibanez SC420

STC-Shaped Guitar from Ibanez belonging to the SC/SCA series.

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Lamaroufle Lamaroufle
Published on 05/23/04 at 23:27
Guitar factory in Japan, 97, finally mine ...
The body is mahogany, covered with a thick coating BC (Black Cherry).
The neck is maple with a rosewood fingerboard, 21 frets fitted with so-called "fines" (medium).
The pickups are Ibanez V7 and V8, with a V for Vintage .. So it should sound rather soft ...
One volume, one Tone (buttons that are pleasant to use on this guitar), and a 5-way switch.
For routing, from the top, it gives:

1 - Micro Channel
2 - Micro Channel parallle
3 - two microphones (type gibson)
4 - split into two microphones (the two strips closest)
5 - Bridge pickup

The bridge is a type tune'o'matic PRS, in one piece ...

Finally, the handle is fairly flat, although less than a ibanez RG.
Not too wide either .. Well, what ..
Strange little note, the truss is not adjustable ord cl by Allen, but a pipe cl ..
Finally it is not a problem, just need to be well equipped ...

UTILIZATION

I bought this guitar used, and had no t been playing for 6 months ...
In the first grip, it was unplayable from the 12th box ..
The handle had widened over time ...
So I rescheduled the handle and it's happiness ...
It plays very very well ....
RULES action can be very low, ca does almost no frieze.
Access in acute is the same as S, so very good ..
The guitar is very very very light and very comfortable to play ...
The palm muting is second nature so much access the the "armrest" right are excellent ..
The sound is easy to get ..
Not against s'affusquer by the fact that the guitar does not sound a vacuum ...
it does sound a branch ... you know ...
at the same time it is a electrical ...

SOUNDS

As far as sound is very versatile ...
personally I play on a Zoom GFX-8, and I go live on my sound card ...
It is very convincing and sounds are very natural ...
The clean sounds are warm, and very round ...
The distorted sounds are in turn very round and also no shortage of potatoes ..
The guitar just seems to lack a bit of treble .... I will therefore can be a Di Marzio in acute ...
The sounds are always well-defined, so if you want fat, it may need to change the neck pickup with a duncan 59, for example ...

OVERALL OPINION

I bought very recmment, so I will give a more complete view qques in time, but it gives an impression of great solidity music.
It is a complete guitar, nice, not flashy, and am the mood of the performer ...
The price quality ratio is pretty cool, since I purchased for 450 euros ..
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