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Ivan Milenkovic
post Jun 3 2010, 02:22 AM
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Glad you like it man. It's definitely more modern oriented guitar that can nicely contrast your current instrument. I suggest you check it out in the store, and see if the playability and tone suits you.

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post Jul 7 2010, 01:47 AM
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Heey guys, a little update smile.gif,

Few days ago i went to a big local shop in Amsterdam. They had so many guitars that i felt like a little child in a candy shop and started to look around. first take the bass route maybe because it was a little crowded by all the guitars ^^. There were some what i liked but i wasn't really searching for an bass. when there was less people i finnaly can get a look at the beautifull guitars. I saw a really nice guitar standing in front of me. with a nice burst on it perfect looking so i asked to the guy if i can test it and how many it was. sadly the guitar was around 3700 euro and was i little above myn budget lol tongue.gif so i went looking further with the thoughts in myn afterhead about the mexican made strats and the ibanez.
my i fellt on a ibanez and few others. all the ibanez's i liked in front of me where from the S and the SA series and tried a few from them. then i looked at the mexican strats. but to be honest i don't really like them. so the ibanez's are now the favourites for me but before i buy a guitar i go look further in some other shops. i keep you guys updated, so if i need help i can ask and if you have suggestions for me always post it i appreciate it.

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Adrian Figallo
post Jul 7 2010, 03:47 PM
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This LTD looks sick man!!!
great recommendation, this is probably better than a mex strat?

QUOTE (Ivan Milenkovic @ Jun 1 2010, 04:41 PM) *
Since you own a humbucker equipped vintage-style guitar, you might want something completely different with at least one single coil and possibly a solid tremolo to begin with, nothin fancy for the budget, here are some recommendations:

Ibanez S570DXQM


* S Series model
* Solidbody double-cutaway style
* Carved quilted maple top
* Mahogany body
* Matching headstock
* 3-piece bolt-on maple neck
* 25-1/2" scale
* Wizard II neck profile
* Rosewood fretboard
* 15.75" radius
* 1.69" nut width
* 24 jumbo frets
* Special designed fretboard inlays
* Infinity INF 2 humbucking bridge pickup
* Infinity INF Single1 single-coil
* Infinity INF humbucking 1 neck pickup
* Master volume and tone knobs
* 5-way blade pickup selector
* Die-cast locking tuners
* Zero resistance (ZR) Double-locking tremolo bridge
* Cosmo black hardware
* Case sold separately



Construction: Bolt-On
Scale Length: 25.5 inches
Body: Alder
Neck: 1-piece Maple
Nut: 42mm Standard Nut
Neck Contour: Thin U
Frets: 22 XJ Frets
Hardware: Nickel
Tuners: ESP Tuners
Bridge: Floyd Rose Special Bridge
Bridge Pickup: ESP LH-150 Humbucker
Neck and Middle Pickups: LS-120 Single Coils


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