#2
It looks like an ibanez
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#3
It's definately a low end Ibanez. I would say it's the Ibanez GRG170DX.
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these keep popping up saying identify this guitar and they are all ibanez's I wonder if its on purpose or what? Has anyone else noticed this?
#5
ibanez maybe i doubt its an rg cause it doesnt have a locking nut by the looks of it
might be the lower model ones
it would be easier to tell if it had a better look of the bridge or headstock
#6
looks like an ibanez grg to me, not really worth getting for that price tho



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It's definately a low end Ibanez. I would say it's the Ibanez GRG170DX.


+1

I'm wondering why these people have such a hard time the inlays are pretty much a dead give away

Then toss in HSH pickup layout without a locking nut

And presto you get one of these

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/guitars/ibanez-grg170dx-electric-guitar/512496000787000

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Quote by Kalo Hanaka
It's definately a low end Ibanez. I would say it's the Ibanez GRG170DX.


I agree with this.

RG shape.
1 - Low end.
7 - HSH pickups.
0 - Tremolo. The one in the picture is a FAT10, which are silver.
DX - Deluxe features [sharktooth inlays]

This could be confused with an RG170. It is not because RG170s have FAT20 bridges.

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these keep popping up saying identify this guitar and they are all ibanez's I wonder if its on purpose or what? Has anyone else noticed this?


I know, right? They are too lazy to read the thread I made about identifying Ibanez models.
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I agree with this.

RG shape.
1 - Low end.
7 - HSH pickups.
0 - Tremolo. The one in the picture is a FAT10, which are silver.
DX - Deluxe features [sharktooth inlays]

This could be confused with an RG170. It is not because RG170s have FAT20 bridges.


I know, right? They are too lazy to read the thread I made about identifying Ibanez models.

Not quite.
That 7 means it's rear routed. A 5 would mean it's got the pickguard.
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Not quite.
That 7 means it's rear routed. A 5 would mean it's got the pickguard.


I knew that.


No, seriously. It's in that guide I made for Ibanez model numbers.
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Aww, Woffelz trying to outdo his own thread
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Curious why this was so urgent...
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