Best NON-Floyd Rose Ibanez.

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  1. ♫♪♫

    ♫♪♫ Member

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    Your opinion?

    I'm thinking the SA series, especially the prestige...or perhaps the artist series.

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  2. Vintage-tone

    Vintage-tone Gold Supporting Member

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    I is way too snob and narrow minded to post in an Ibanez thread !
    oh wait .. I just did
    I like the early Benson, smaller body and comfortable to play even tho I really am not a jazz player.
    Talman with lipstick pups was a cool surfy cheap guitar.
    My favorite would be the Iceman I think :D Cool mix between an Explorer and a Firebird imo
     
  3. jcoggins7

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    +1 Rga121 & Rga321
     
  4. Riscchip

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    I like the old Gibson-style Destroyer. Cool guitar.
     
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    JSM100..............The John Scofield model
     
  6. ♫♪♫

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    anybody like the Ibanez SA series with the edge pro trem?
     
  7. Ayrton

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  8. funkle

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    I've gotten rid of all my Ibanez guitars except for my SC1620. This thing is the most amazingly, underrated, unknown guitar ever. It has a mild V neck profile, and a rich, articulate tone. It easily hangs with my other guitars in terms of quality and tone. Very comfy and light.

    The Artists are very highly regarded guitars. I owned an an AR50. Honestly, I really prefer the Hamer Studio's tone. The Artist is just a little high-mid focused for my tastes, and extremely heavy.
     
  9. uOpt

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    Blazer BL300, the 1981-1982 ones with the new headstock, Ash transparent, brass flatmount bridge.
     

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