#2
Nice! Got 2 of those at my house. If yours is anywhere near mine, you just hit a jackpot. (Really well playing guitars.)

The pink really is insanely bright though, isn't it? Impossible to take accurate photos of. To all those who haven't seen one IRL, the colour appears much deeper and richer, at the same being like a vision overload of brightness (almost hurts to look at)... but the fluorescent paint makes it appear faded pink in photos.

Wonder if Ibanez solved the issue with the paint fading with age though. The 80's JEMs in this colour became all faded/discoloured, sadly.
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#3
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Nice! Got 2 of those at my house. If yours is anywhere near mine, you just hit a jackpot. (Really well playing guitars.)

The pink really is insanely bright though, isn't it? Impossible to take accurate photos of. To all those who haven't seen one IRL, the colour appears much deeper and richer, at the same being like a vision overload of brightness (almost hurts to look at)... but the fluorescent paint makes it appear faded pink in photos.

Wonder if Ibanez solved the issue with the paint fading with age though. The 80's JEMs in this colour became all faded/discoloured, sadly.


I hit a jackpot for sure. The trem does feel okay with the extra springs. Didnt try it without the extra springs yet, but I think I'll like that one more.

Stays in tune for ever.
#4


You need to review this guitar though. Just posting a picture isn't enough for the moderators to be happy.
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#5
Hehe, I get the oppurtunity to play it through a real amplifier (no stinking cheap digital stuff) in about 2 hours. I will edit something in
#6
sweet
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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#7
HNGD man! Can't wait for the review!
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#8
Follow NGD rules please. No more teaser threads. Have some actual content or don't post.