#1
i wanted to know if the Ibanez S320 is any good?
anyone own one or tried one?
just wanted to know wat you lot think before i go try one out


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if not anyone know a good metal guitar under £300 that has a whammy bar + flat neck
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Is this your music?

Are you confused? You have like 5 genres mixed into one thing. Who's the dude with the lisp rapping? because I bursted out laughing.
#2
yeah, a great guitar, the tremolo is very good, i have this zr-system in my s470, and works perfectly, doesent go out of tune even at the most brutalest whammy bar tricks.
the pickups are ok, but you might change them someday.

i suggest that you buy it.
#4
im not to fussed bout pickups i will probably swap them anyway :P
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#5
Go for it, the S series are awesome; probably the best trem system you'll find for the price.
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#6
[quote="'Anno[fzk"]']Go for the S520EX
Although I don't know the difference
I think it's the pickups.
Where the S320 has INF 3 4 the S520 has INF 1 2 which are better I hear
I just checked the Ibanez catalogue for 2008, they both have the INF 1 and 2.

TS, this is the only metal guitar in that price range with a good double locking tremolo. If you need that tremolo, it is pretty much your only choice. I recommend it, it is a reliable, nice sounding instrument.
#7
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Go for it, the S series are awesome; probably the best trem system you'll find for the price.


+1

Unless you bump up into £370 and get a Washburn X40PRO.