#1
Dear People,

I have a Marshall vs 265 and a Boss Gt 10 and now i can chose between a Ibanez SAS32EX Or Ibanez RG 370 DX and Im not rele sure with one I must chose.

I mostly play more kinda metal, rock, techno but also want kinda all round guitar.

Do u have any advise?

Thx u verry much!
#2
Quote by lret17

I mostly play more kinda metal, rock, techno but also want kinda all round guitar.

Too vague
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#3
Quote by lamb of dog
Too vague



He wants a guitar that can play. Considering most of your sound comes from your amp, if you want versatility, your amp should be able to handle it, THEN the pickup configuration.

OT: the RG370DX is the more versatile guitar with the H/S/H pickups instead of just the H/H like the SAS.
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#4
Don't get the 370. Edge III trems are a no-no.
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Is it better?


So far, better than the Edge III. Hasn't been around as long to really give it the test of time, but it seems to be better so far. Not as good as others, but not terrible.
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Either of the ibanezes are decent, but the 370 will be more heavy metal oriented, while the sas32 will give a more warm tone. ive had both.
#9
Quote by jeleopard
He wants a guitar that can play. Considering most of your sound comes from your amp, if you want versatility, your amp should be able to handle it, THEN the pickup configuration.


Yes but he is not asking about an amp he is asking about guitars and "rock and metal" is too vague, rock can be anything from avril to creed and metal can be anything from iron maiden to meshuggah.

Personally i would say rg because i am presuming you meant heavy rock and heavy metal but imo it would be less versatile than the SA even with the HSH config.
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#10
Quote by lamb of dog
Yes but he is not asking about an amp he is asking about guitars and "rock and metal" is too vague, rock can be anything from avril to creed and metal can be anything from iron maiden to meshuggah.

Personally i would say rg because i am presuming you meant heavy rock and heavy metal but imo it would be less versatile than the SA even with the HSH config.


And what makes you say that?
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#11
i've played many rgs and personally versatility is one word i would never associate with them.

i used to own a SA, not that very particular model but another with the very same true duo-bucker system and its way more versatile than any rg that i've ever played.
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#12
Edge III is a great bridge if well set up (that's a big condition, cuz more than half people aren't able to set a floyd properly)
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