#1
For folk, country, blues, and other stuff.

Works?
Or is do you still look like Marty Friedman with it?
#2
speak english - my god - and no. why in the hell would you use an RG for folk,country,blues when there are so many other guitars that are way better for it.
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#4
Marty Friedman uses SZ series Ibanez guitars.

/nitpicking
^Note: Probably sarcastic
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#5
In the first place, I don't think you should be buying Ibanez for those Genre. How bout PRS? Santana? but It'll cost you a bomb!
#6
Try a Gretsch hollow-body model, like the 6120 or White/Black Falcon.
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#7
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speak english - my god - and no. why in the hell would you use an RG for folk,country,blues when there are so many other guitars that are way better for it.


He's from Japan, not Virginia, give him a break you inconsiderate fool.

Personally, while there are other guitars that would perform better for playing folk, country and the blues, an RG would not peform poorly. While I mainly play rock myself, I do experiment in other styles and for the most part I would say an RG is fairly versatile, but for the blues country and folk enthusiasts I would say perhaps look elsewhere. Of course your amp plays a large part in the sound, but stock RG pickups are designed for rock and metal, mainly a distorted sound.
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#8
Play whatever the hell you like...it's your guitar.
Actually called Mark!

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#9
Get an Ibanez Artcore series, its still an ibanez, but its a semi-hollow that fits your needs
#10
Quote by SamTotman
He's from Japan, not Virginia, give him a break you inconsiderate fool.

Personally, while there are other guitars that would perform better for playing folk, country and the blues, an RG would not peform poorly. While I mainly play rock myself, I do experiment in other styles and for the most part I would say an RG is fairly versatile, but for the blues country and folk enthusiasts I would say perhaps look elsewhere. Of course your amp plays a large part in the sound, but stock RG pickups are designed for rock and metal, mainly a distorted sound.


It's all right, I was rushing when I set this thread up.
I don't blame him.