#1
I'm kind of in love with the sharktooth inlays on the Tremolos but I'm a little scared as to what I'd be missing out on with the Prestiges. So, what are the differences between the Prestiges and the Tremolos?
#4
shark tooth inlays on the tremolo's !?
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#5
The integrity of the bridge, Edge Pro >> Edge Pro II, Edge III, ILT and the neck's thickness.
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I'm kind of in love with the sharktooth inlays on the Tremolos but I'm a little scared as to what I'd be missing out on with the Prestiges. So, what are the differences between the Prestiges and the Tremolos?


WHAT?
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Quote by tweeres04
I'm kind of in love with the sharktooth inlays on the Tremolos but I'm a little scared as to what I'd be missing out on with the Prestiges. So, what are the differences between the Prestiges and the Tremolos?


the bridges on the tremolo models are how should we say it CRAP while the bridges on most prestiges are ****ing awesome
#8
not most, all of them. my fellow asian comrade.
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not most, all of them. my fellow asian comrade.


i stand corrected, though what about the double edge pro on the rg1820x
#12
^ it's just an edge pro with piezos in it. Equally as good, in other words.

oh, and sylent's avatar is awesome.

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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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Presumably because the CCF (Combined Corksniffing Forces) of MLP and Gibson forums would rise up against them, plunging the land into war.

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i rule! you guys rule lol. Simple avatar i made. Simple and meanings always can show great things in a small pic (as the avatar).
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^ yeah, i like it. a guy over at HC has something similar, they allow bigger avatars over there, so he could do more with it...

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#17
yeh, over at another forum i had an avatar of a skeleton giving you the finger but then changed it to the one in my ug avatar
#18
How do you know which guitars are prestiges? It doesnt say it on the ibanez website does it? Sorry if this is a really dumb question.
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How do you know which guitars are prestiges? It doesnt say it on the ibanez website does it? Sorry if this is a really dumb question.

They will say on the website about the details of it. Plus the headstock also written "Prestige" above the Ibanez. On the Ibanez USA they will say it when they describe about the neck. i.e Wizard Prestige Neck, hence Prestige model. Different from Japan Ibanez, which they enlist all the Prestige models by subcategories.
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Last edited by madpickin03 at Jun 10, 2006,
#20
Pants99 -> Look at the headstock, and if it says it has a Wizard neck in the specs (not Wizard II), its most likely a prestige model.
Ibanez Prestige RG1570 ftw!
#21
^ There is one Ibanez model which uses Wizard II as Prestige. Its the Japanese Ibanez RG Extreme Edition.
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#23
Well, can be good to some person, may not for others
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