I was convinced that my inabez as73g was laurel/basswood/meranti.
I thought laurel looked like rosewood, and basswood/meranti was not far off maple/mahogany.
Then I discovered my guitar was a new old stock '18 and not a '19
Now that I know its rosewood/maple/mahogany, I swear it sounds...
I am close to my "final" collection.
I have 9 and can reasonably see adding 3 more.
I will sell one or two from there.
And who the heck wants a really nice guitar rotting in a box with a decaying body?????
I'll have guitars that my family can divvy up between them, and sell off what they...
The "x" and the "2" denote the pickup layout (remember, the x20 denotes humbuckers)
An x71 would mean it's a hardtail hsh, if they ever made one.
M means maple fretboard.
Ew means exotic wood
Q is quilt, usually
F is flame
You mean just like prs?
245, 594, etc.
The numbering system Ibanez uses actually makes it easier to differentiate where in the lineup you want to spend your money.
The letters after differentiate color, woods, and features.
X21 = hardtail
X50 = hash w/pickguard
X60 = hss
X70 = hsh...
I've never heard of this guy.
He is very entertaining and unique. He puts out a good product in his videos. That takes alot of work and editing.
He totally works his persona and the camera/editing to near perfection, as they complement each other very well.