#1
ibanez GSA is a good guitar for blues and metal there good what do you think?-
My setup:

Ibanez gsa

Gibson g-10 20 watt amp(big thing come in small packeges)

california 20" cable chord

Black and white checkerd strap of some sort
#3
If you own an Ibanez guitar then you're a FAG

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#4
^well you're a fag i guess
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Ibanez SA160QM
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#5
I really think that Ibanez guitars are peices of shi. Ibanez make decent practice amps but thats about it.
#6
HOW VERY DARE YOU.
Yes theyre alright. But not the best
Radius FTW!
Lo Pro Edge FTW!
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#7
Quote by punk_poser
I really think that Ibanez guitars are peices of shi. Ibanez make decent practice amps but thats about it.

hopefully youre wearing your flame retardant coat

personally i disagree but at the same time dont really care, but i know that there are people here who will think youre a complete idiot and will let you know about it
#8
look up ^^
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#9
oh.. my.. god.

the stupidity in this thread is just something else.

first, good choice with Ibanez. they make high quality guitars that are set up well.

anyway, I own an Ibanez GSA60, and it's a decent guitar, but you can definitely do better. it's got an agathis body, which is a pretty crappy wood. and it's only got 22 frets. the bridge is the worst thing about it though. it's a floating bridge with a tremolo, but it's not a locking type, so if you ever use the tremolo bar or change tunings, it will knock the whole guitar's tuning out of place.

my advice would be to get a guitar with a fixed bridge (such as this this) or save a bit more and get a guitar with a good locking trem (i.e. an Ibanez with an Edge Pro, Edge II Pro, but not Edge III) if you think you're going to use the trem a lot.

I still own my GSA60, but I got an Ibanez RGT42DXFMTLF months after, which is a great guitar for metal.
Last edited by Supersonic^ at Aug 14, 2006,
#11
NOT Edge Pro II, theyre horrible, not Edge III.
Lo Pro Edge or Edge Pro are the good ones really
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#12
Quote by J.MitMetallica
NOT Edge Pro II, theyre horrible, not Edge III.
Lo Pro Edge or Edge Pro are the good ones really

bah, I don't care what anyone says, I'm happy with my Edge Pro II.
#13
Quote by Mwoit
It's got an Agathis body, which I hear is a total no no no. Anyway, I've played on before, a friend has one, and it's nice to play but IMO sounded god awful. Maybe get this?
http://www.guitarampkeyboard.com/options.php?id=11089

that would be nice if it didn't have a floating bridge.

seriously, this:
http://www.guitarampkeyboard.com/options.php?id=67798

is the best metal guitar you can get in that price range. 24 jumbo frets, mahogany body.. I'm pretty shocked it's only £179. great bargain.

edit: you play Blues aswell.. the humbucker on the neck, combined with the mahogany body will give you a nice deep, rich, warm tone for blues.
Last edited by Supersonic^ at Aug 14, 2006,
#14
Edge Pro look cool, but Lo Pro are really the hardcore B*tches
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