#2
I own one. Ibanez S320 with a pickup change is hands-down the best guitar for the price you can get. Trem rules, neck rules, body is light and comfortable.

It rules.
#4
Ibanez S470 owner here. Dodgy build quality, had some problems with the nut, but otherwise fine. If you change the pickups its a steal. The neck is outstanding, the tremolo stays in tune nicely and the body is thin and comfortable.
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i am getting my s 320 on monday i cant wait... it is seriously the coolest guitar ever. very thin and still has great tone. the bridge is awesome and the only thing you need is to toss in some emgs and your set
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i am getting my s 320 on monday i cant wait... it is seriously the coolest guitar ever. very thin and still has great tone. the bridge is awesome and the only thing you need is to toss in some emgs and your set


I wouldn't go with emgs. One battery and it sounds like angry bees in a can. Two batteries should give it more headroom, but in an s, there's no place for two.

If you like high output, and headroom (like me), keep the passives and get an EMG Afterburner.
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Dimarzio's please.


indeed. Dimarzios and/or seymour duncans. I prefer seymours in the bridge and dimarzios in neck and middle.
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Ibanez RGR320 with Lo-Edge Pro bridge and scalloped fretboard

Lee Jackson XLSC - 500

Roland Microcube

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#11
^ LOL...I would think the Strats were more of Christian-ish guitars....but meh, doesn't matter what guitar it is, its the player.S series are good guitars, I've played one at the GC, if you get the S470,change the pick ups, cuz when I played it, it felt very muddy and dry...They are overall good guitars if your looking for a bang for the buck sort of guitar.
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Quote by shadowbane91
^ LOL...I would think the Strats were more of Christian-ish guitars....but meh, doesn't matter what guitar it is, its the player.S series are good guitars, I've played one at the GC, if you get the S470,change the pick ups, cuz when I played it, it felt very muddy and dry...They are overall good guitars if your looking for a bang for the buck sort of guitar.


idk about the stock pickups, because I bought mine used. But the s540 model is absolutely awesome. Just get some good high output passives and you're set.
Ibanez s540 with gold Schaller bridge and OMGGOLD hardware

Ibanez RGR320 with Lo-Edge Pro bridge and scalloped fretboard

Lee Jackson XLSC - 500

Roland Microcube

Dunlop Jazz III black
#13
There seems to be more S470 owners than S520... ; ; I guess people love the middle pickup. Haha.
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