#1
though I'd make a thread so that people can post any new models/guitar's that are worth getting excited over, any that prototypes that look like they could be great guitar's anything like that really.
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#2
might as well.... ive been looking into the new VG stratocaster. Looks promising
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#3
That Self Tuning Gibson, As Overpriced as it will be, still looks pretty cool

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#4
Quote by TheFly_1990
That Self Tuning Gibson, As Overpriced as it will be, still looks pretty cool



bah, im pretty capable of tuning my guitars myself, i dont need no tuning doo-whackies
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#5
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bah, im pretty capable of tuning my guitars myself, i dont need no tuning doo-whackies


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#6
^ true but it would come in handy at a gig keep you from going out of tune and needing to tune up between songs
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#7
I was interested in the tronical self tuning thing but then i realised its only good for a few tunings and the variax with locking tuners would be a better option than both that and the VG-caster


But no real guitars haveinterested me in a while
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#8
I am eagerly awaiting a new line of Schecter guitars. I'm hoping for a line with thinner necks...that would make Schecter perfect for me. I would also like to see a Schecter Hellraiser Tempest with 24 frets and 81/60.
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#9
^ they should be pretty good the necks are the only bad point I've heard on schecters
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#10
I saw a custom Jackson RR with 24 frets, OFR, neck-through and 2 pickups. I want it :/ . I hope that jackson release something similar this year... I hope... Or the ESP Michael Amott Sig



#11
Are there any different ibanez S series coming out soon( or sometime this winter)? I heard there was.
#12
Quote by Op3a
I saw a custom Jackson RR with 24 frets, OFR, neck-through and 2 pickups. I want it :/ . I hope that jackson release something similar this year... I hope... Or the ESP Michael Amott Sig






That guitar f-in rocks.
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#13
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Are there any different ibanez S series coming out soon( or sometime this winter)? I heard there was.

I think I heard somewhere there was but I'm not too sure.... I hope there is

that ESP Michael Amott Sig looks pretty sweet
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#15
I can't wait till winter NAMM.

It's Hoshino's 100th anniversary (Ibanez' parent company) which will mean 100HAM models.

The ones they released at their 90th anniversary, especially the PGM, are amongst my favourite Ibanez models. I can't wait to see if there'll be a new PGM this year.

Also, there's a good chance Jackson will release the COW 8 string at winter NAMM.
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#16
I'm waiting for Ibanez to produce lower/mid end guitars with better stock pickups.



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#17
Quote by p.stick
I'm waiting for Ibanez to produce lower/mid end guitars with better stock pickups.



I wouldn't be surprised if they're going to do that. Many competing brands are using quality hardware and electronics on their mid level guitars already and Ibanez will probably want to keep up. Also, they already gave us a taste of this with the XPT and the VBT, which came stock with DiMarzio pickups.
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#18
I hope Ibanez makes some S Prestige models or regular S series models with 24 frets not just 22.
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#19
That pickguard on that ESP Arnott Signature is like 2342379534 times too big
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#20
Quote by p.stick
I'm waiting for Ibanez to produce lower/mid end guitars with better stock pickups.



Apperently the Edge III tremolo will be far less apperent on the new models. Only on the really bad ones. Something to do with the FR liscence running out on that model.

Edge Pros for everyone! Maybe some non-black RG's or reversed headstocks or Maple boards or something.
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#21



I wish I had one of these. They need to make an unlimited production run. That would be sweet.
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#22
Quote by Mark G
I am eagerly awaiting a new line of Schecter guitars. I'm hoping for a line with thinner necks...that would make Schecter perfect for me. I would also like to see a Schecter Hellraiser Tempest with 24 frets and 81/60.


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#23
Quote by Dudage
Apperently the Edge III tremolo will be far less apperent on the new models. Only on the really bad ones. Something to do with the FR liscence running out on that model.

Edge Pros for everyone! Maybe some non-black RG's or reversed headstocks or Maple boards or something.




+ a pair of duncans, they will be exactly the same as jacksons!!!



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