#1
I'm getting an IBanez RG7321 this saturday and I'm a bit worried if it will play clean enough on my amp. I've tuned to a low A on my 6 string through a cheap Grunge box from DOD and seems to sound fine. Will there be any problems with a 7 string or is it all just the same?
#2
Which amp?

I can't imagine there being any problems, seeing as amps aren't really specific to the number of strings you have, although some cheap POS might rattle on the bass end.
#3
should sound better, tighter accually, because the string gauges are built for those tunings, and the pickups are built for lower registers
Eh.
#4
The pickups on that guitar are incredibly weak, just so you know
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#5
7 string amplifier.....
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#6
Quote by 0RI0N
7 string amplifier.....

Why is that so funny? There probably is a company that makes a version of it's amplifier that's designed for seven string guitars. I don't see much point in it, since they work just fine, but there probably is someone who makes them anyway.
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#8
Quote by FRr3AkOnALEaSh
I'm not asking for a specifically made amplifier for a 7 string, I'm just asking as said in the info,

You do realise that the A you tuned to on your six string is lower than the low B on a 7 string, right? So yeah, you should be more than fine.