The GRG double locking maple neck meets up with a mahogany body housing Powersound humbuckers at the neck and bridge, and a single-coil in the middle position. Ibanez's Edge III bridge features lower ... Read More
The GRG double locking maple neck meets up with a mahogany body housing Powersound humbuckers at the neck and bridge, and a single-coil in the middle position. Ibanez's Edge III bridge features lower profile fine-tuners inspired by the Lo-PRO Edge and massive new-design saddles. The 24-fret bound rosewood fingerboard features edgy sharktooth inlays. Black hardware elegantly highlights the sleek, no-pickguard look.
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Locking tremolo headstock, great machined heads, expensive tremolo bridge, perfect amount of pickups, great guitar all around, love it,
I absolutely love this guitar, you get very crisp higher notes. I love the pickups on it, comes with the bridge pickup, center and neck pickups. I am very impressed with the bridge on this guitar, you won't see that kind of bridge on a lower cost guitar. I love the inlays on the neck. The deeper sounds, get a VERY heavy sound to them, I'm currently running this guitar with a BC Rich Warlock, on a Mustang IV combo amp. This guitar actually blows the competition away on the Warlock I own. The tuner keys are great quality, look great, go well with the guitar. The tremolo bar on this sounds SOOOO great. I get such nice responses from it, getting some vibrato in some of the riffs I have played. I honestly would say Ibanez has been my trusted guitar source for years. The products on this guitar are very nice, its lightweight, sounds amazing, performs like the more top end guitars on the market. The pickup selector switch is where the fun comes in, I run it on all 3 pickups, great sound, once again, I highly recommend this to ANYONE who loves to play guitar, from Ameture to Professional.
I bought this in my local Guitar Center (Colorado location) for 199$ NOT pre-owned/used... (I suggest buying it in-store, it's almost 100$ cheaper) and it sounds pretty nice. Boyfriend has been playing for a few years and I'm just starting, he likes the guitar a lot too. Can't really express many problems with this particular guitar, since I've only been playing maybe 3 months or so. If it's 199$ in-store and you're a beginner, it's really the best thing you can buy aside from a starter pack.
i absoutly love this guitar its amazing i dont think i could ask for a better guitar for this price the white begs to be decorated it seems like nothing a sticker or 2 wont fix up :) \m/ \m/
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