#1
Anyone have a Iceman I want to play one to see if I want it as my next guitar but the guitar center by me doesn't have one or rarely ever gets one . So can anyone tell me if they are a good guitars?
#2
if you're adventurous... you could have them order one for you and then return it if you end up not liking it.
Gear:
ESP Eclipse 300
Jackson RR3
Bugera 6262 head
Trace Elliot straight cab
Boss NS-2
Boss DD-3
#3
Quote by bite_the_bullet
if you're adventurous... you could have them order one for you and then return it if you end up not liking it.


I plan on doing this after I save up enough money to do it.
That way I'm not limited to the guitars at Guitar Center that they happen to have that day..
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#4
lol I dont I guess I can do that but I would feel like a jerk though and also do you know if you can put a pickguard on the new iceman?
#5
I don't own one, but I've played a few. They felt very different to me, since I play Jackson's mainly. It wasn't bad by all mean, but it definately wasn't my style. Also, it seemed to have a fairly mediocre sound. This is just my opinion on it though, you may like it, you may not.
#6
The new ones (IC700 or something) have lost some soul. I play an IC400, and I really like it. Great quality, but it takes some time getting used to the different shape. Regarding the mediocre sound: Yes, the stock pups are a wee bit lame imho, but you can easily fix that. I just put a Seymour Duncan in it, and voíla!