#1
Hiya, sorry if this has been discussed elsewhere, but I searched and couldn't find anything.

I just wanted to know if the new Ibanez WH-10 reissues are definitely going to be fuzz-friendly?
#2
The Wh-10s didn't actually come with a fuzz-friendly buffer, but they work well with fuzz and distortion. So yeah, it'll be fine with fuzz so long as it's a true reissue.
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#3
I hope so. I'm fairly interested in a WH-10 reissue, along with all the Froosh fanbois of UG.
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#5
Where did you guys find the info on this? ive been waiting for this for years.

EDIT: I very excite! I looked on the Ibanez website
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#6
I'm thinking about getting one too.
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#7
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I'm thinking about getting one too.


They haven't even come out yet...don't you want to see how it is first? It could be NOTHING like the original, even though Ibanez is promising it's just like the original.
#8
^ First of all, I'm thinking about getting one. Second, I already have the original.

EDIT: Two of them.
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#9
Anyone no a date they will arrive in UK?
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^ First of all, I'm thinking about getting one. Second, I already have the original.

EDIT: Two of them.

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