The GRG-shaped maple neck meets up with a basswood body housing Powersound humbuckers at the neck and bridge, and a single-coil in the middle position. The FAT 10 single-locking trem bridge has 2-poin... Read More
The GRG-shaped maple neck meets up with a basswood body housing Powersound humbuckers at the neck and bridge, and a single-coil in the middle position. The FAT 10 single-locking trem bridge has 2-point pivoting for a wide and smooth arming range. The 24-fret rosewood fingerboard features edgy sharktooth inlays. Chrome hardware.
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I've been playing for 5 years and all i can say this guitar is amazing. In person its such a beautiful guitar that gives just an amazing sound. This is literally what I use with my band when im recording because it gives such a balanced sound that you can customize to your preference. So out of my 6 guitars this is my favorite by far! Great buy!
My first guitar was a Kramer Focus 111s, this Ibanez is my second guitar and believe, WHAT A DIFFERENCE!. This is guitar is awesome. Clear tones, beautiful sound, comes all set and ready to play out of the box. I love it.
Features: I bought this guitar about 3-4 years ago in the Philippines for my birthday, it was made in china, and it was my first good guitar. Its a super-strat style guitar with 24 medium frets, on a maple neck with a rosewood fretboard (dotted inlays). Basswood body, and a passive humbucker/pickup/humbucker set-up with one volume dial, one tone dial and a 5-way selector. It has a Standard Ibanez floating trmolo bridge (Fat 10 apparently). The stock pickups are Standard Ibanez pickups. A very good set-up for the price. // 8 Sound: It suits my musical style greatly! You can get just about any kind of sound you want out of it, I play most kinds of rock music and it suits them all fine, from Green Day to Bullet, its suited them all fine. At the moment I'm running my guitars through a Peavey Vypyr 15 watt practice amp and it sounds sick! It has a rather bright kinda sound to it which is something I don't really like, but with a bit of tweaking you can easily adjust it to sound how you want. All in all its pretty sick! // 9 Fit & Finish: When I'd bought it, the action was so so great , it was playable. But at the time I was more into thrash metal, so I lowered it as low as it would go without much fret buzz, which was surprisingly very low, the pickups were also set up to an average standard, but I raised them a bit to get a little more volume out of them, other than that it pretty perfectly set up. // 9 Reliability & Durability: I'm not too sure here, I'd had it and played it for about 2 years before going live with it, but during the 2 years my idiot sister had knocked it off its stand onto a tiled floor at least twice, so it had two small cracks around where the neck is joined to the body. But I've played live with it 3 times without a backup so I can safely say that it can definitely withstand live playing. The strap buttons are big and solid, and the finish will last forever. Perfect! // 10 Impression: This guitar was the best I could get at the time and I'm happy I did, it suits whatever I want to play whenever I want to and its always been dependable, its suited for anyone really, because it'll sound good to a good for a beginner/ intermediate guitarist and an experienced player could easily make it sound good, and also for the price, this guitar is awesome. A great buy! // 9
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