#1
http://www.guitarcenter.com/shop/product/buy_ibanez_re2ex1_electric_guitar?full_sku=103382115&src=4WFRWXX


hey I am thinking about buying this guitar but the only thing thats putting me off is that i don't know if its possible to raise the action (i like my action kinda high) and does anybody have this guitar? is there any problems/flaws ?... i didn't bother using the search bar because I'm lazy..thanks.
#2
^^

yes the action can be adjusted just like a normal vintage tremolo on a Strat...
#3
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http://www.guitarcenter.com/shop/product/buy_ibanez_re2ex1_electric_guitar?full_sku=103382115&src=4WFRWXX


hey I am thinking about buying this guitar but the only thing thats putting me off is that i don't know if its possible to raise the action (i like my action kinda high) and does anybody have this guitar? is there any problems/flaws ?... i didn't bother using the search bar because I'm lazy..thanks.


What styles are you playing? Cause it has a hardtail type of bridge. Tp play rhythm is fine, but for lead maybe a whammy bar can come handy.
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#4
yeah i have that guitar. its easy to raise with an allen wrench.

its a good guitar.
#5
i tried one of those out at a music store, it really didnt sound that good
the pickups are weak and really dont even sound good for metal

btw, if you get one, go to guitar center, they will bargain really low on this model.

i would go for an RG321 though
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#6
i have the RG3EX1 with the quilt maple top, its basicly the same as yours

the pickups on it sucked so i just swapped the bridge pup with an evo and it sounds hella better