#3
As far as I'm concerned you can't go wrong with Ibanez guitars. The playability they have is just crazy. Nice thin neck, easy access to high frets, great tone.


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#4
Ibanez has ruined me! They're SO nice, that it's almost impossible for me to play any other guitar! I don't know much about the particular series you're talking about, but mine (an RGT42) is a lower end model of the RG family, but it rocks. It sounds AWESOME and the neck feels just amazing.
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2002 Ibanez RGT42
Marshall AVT150h + JCM900
Buncha pedals
#5
Tried it, not my style and it has a good tone to it.

If you like SZ necks, don't see how you can go wrong with it.
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#6
It's a great guitar, one of the most versatile on the market. The neck is thicker than most, which is worth remembering if you're used to skinny necks.
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#7
Quote by timi_hendrix
It's a great guitar, one of the most versatile on the market. The neck is thicker than most, which is worth remembering if you're used to skinny necks.


Which is why I my SLSMG so much. Perfect neck, not too thin and not too thick.
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