#2
In terms of build quality, they're equally nice; same neck treatment, same materials and same quality control.

The main difference is of course that the 2610Z has a single Seymour Duncan humbucker, while the 2550Z has an HSH config and DiMarzio/IBZ pickups.

Having only one pickup can be a little limiting, but if you only use one pickup, that's not too much of a concern.


Have you tried these out yourself? In terms of playability they're identical, so it's up to you: simplicity or versatility.
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#3
in looks the first one is better,, but i think that if u want better sound or anything, u shld get the sencond link
#5
I mostly play hard rock/ metal and now and then classic roc kand jazz. So i fort the seymour duncan would hold out pretty well, but iwasnt sure if harmonics and soloing would be the 2610's strong point as it only has the one humbucker.
#6
I've played the 2nd and, despite my hatred of Ibanez, I quite liked it.
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#7
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I've played the 2nd and, despite my hatred of Ibanez, I quite liked it.


Would it be good, for all kinds of genres?