#1
This was from the special run of 12 the Axe Palace did. I've had this for about two months now but never got around do doing a NGD or taking pictures. Finally had some free-time today. I really really dig this guitar. The neck profile is the best I've ever had on any Ibanez. They did sand it down a little for me and I love it. I also had them install some FIshman Fluence pickups- and again, very impressed. I really really liked the BareKnuckle Juggernauts I have in my other Ibanez, which also has a mahogany body, but these blow it away. I cannot recommend them enough.
I'm totally sold on the Mahogany body/Maple Neck combo. I wasn't totally sure about the gibraltar II bridge- but this guitar stays in tune really, really well.
Anyway- pics and a quick video:













#2
Nice score!
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#3
Love the maple on the aqua(?) body. HNGD!
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#5
Awesome, HNGD. Im not a massive Ibanez guy but thats lovely. Really interesting feedback about the fishmans too - heard only good things about them recently.
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#6
HNGD

Beautiful Axe!
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