vanitybinge
Vanity Binge
Join date: Oct 2005
716 IQ
#1
What say ye?
Trend setting mavericks of the seven string world, bang for the buck, or over rated junk?
T00DEEPBLUE
Boba FRETT
Join date: Oct 2010
2,245 IQ
#2
They're good for the money, but the Ibanez active pickups they use are horrible.
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underoath0902
I don't check my email...
Join date: Mar 2007
642 IQ
#3
I have one. It's rather good for the price, but +1 to needing better pickups. The pain in the ass is that these use 2xAA batteries rather than a 9v, so you can't use the existing battery compartment for EMGs or whatever. It's a bit heavy, but not exceedingly so. The tone switch is a bit useless because the pickups are really muddy without the EQ engaged. If it went missing, I'd consider another one.
My pedalboard is worth more than my car, but that doesn't say much for either.
TwoPlusTwo
Tab Contributor
Join date: Feb 2013
168 IQ
#4
I'm not a fan of 7 strings.
But out of all of the 7 strings of different brands, the Ibanez seem to be really good quality for the price.
JustRooster
Internet Bully
Join date: Jan 2005
7,165 IQ
#5
Pg13.

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valennic
No longer Adam West.
Join date: Aug 2007
4,337 IQ
#7
RG7? The iron label things?

Be more specific. Ibanez has like 500 7 string models in RG format

My things:
Bowes SLx7
Washburn WG587
Washburn X40Pro
Washburn X50
Washburn HM24
Washburn WR150
Laguna LE200s
Arietta Acoustic
First Act
Valveking 112
VHT Deliverance