#2
my friend had it. but he didnt like the way it looked and got rid of it. but it was pretty desent.
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#3
i think my friend has one of those, definately same body shape but i'm not sure on the tone controls, but he loves it. i played it for a bit and seemed pretty decent
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#4
I was loking at buying that guitar to but the Ibanez arc100 is that same price and is more of a les paul kinda body and suposidly its better but i havent played either one im most likely goign to buy the arc100 in the next week though
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#5
I've played a few, they were decent at best. There's nothing really special about them, or nothing that really jumps out at you. I hate the Gibraltar bridges though!

Chris
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#6
whats wrong with the gibralter bridges???
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#7
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whats wrong with the gibralter bridges???

I think they're ugly, unpractical and uncomfortable. That's just me though.

Chris
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#8
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I think they're ugly, unpractical and uncomfortable. That's just me though.

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OMG algeee left the GB&C thread?
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#9
You're about, 2 years late.
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You're about, 2 years late.



it was just a joke, no need to get so... pissy..
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#12
I was joking too.
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#14
It was set up nice ,played fast and set neck was nice, the candy metal flake red was cool , the sustain was very good. I think if it was setting beside a LP for the same price I would take the ibanez. just MPO I have has a les paul and a SG and it reminds me more of the sg than any other guitar.
#15
Looks pretty fugly and I'm not a big fan of Ibanez.
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#16
yea its not very pretty. i absolutly hate the way the bridge looks. and there is prolly better guitars for 300 bucks out there.
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