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Ibanez SZ720FM
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Ibanez SZ720FM

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

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Publié le 08/16/07 à 05:51
Ibanez Korean manufacturing
22 boxes
microphones produced in collaboration with Seymour Duncan, these are duncan design.
Vibrato Travesa fixed ropes.
one volume, two tones, a micro three-position selector (there are two double humbuckers).

Set neck (nice)

UTILIZATION

Sleeve, not as rounded as the end ibanez rg style or sword, but super nice. The frets are not jumbo they are narrower and taller.

The access to treble is very correct, facilitated by the presence of the set neck. The guitar is super light for its size and the coating past the body and the handle is of excellent workmanship and very pleasant to the touch: it slides alone.

Weakness: pickups: Duncan of design not just great for drooling distos own but play their role in the clear.

Above all, what beauty, inlays on the fretboard are flamming the most beautiful effect!

SOUNDS

To play metal as I do, is not: to change the pickups.
Whether on tube amps or digital as Zenter of Hugh and Kettner, this guitar sounds great.

OVERALL OPINION

Excellent choice, value for money on top and do not tell me that because Korean manufacturing c c pourri, because this one, she buries a lot of Japanese and U.S. models!
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