Price paid: $ 300
Purchased from: My guitar teacher
Sound — 10
The sound of this guitar is huge, eventhough i have a crappy setup (stagg amp and Zoom g1x) it sounds amazing anywhere i plug it, the resonance is awesome too, sounds like an Acoustic (time is the best friend of the wood) really versatile guitar. It's got a 5 way Switch and you can combine the single coil with the humbucker and get a really nice clean tone, the distortion is amazing too, really thick and full, nice sustain for such a thin guitar. I can play metal, rock, jazz, blues, country anything!
Overall Impression — 10
I'm super super super happy and lucky too becouse I got it for an amazing prize (just the bridge itself costs like 400 bucks and I got the guitar for 300!!) if it were stolen i would probably try to found another one like this one (I don't I'm gonna found it this cheap but it will worth it) or a new S Prestige 24 frets. I love everything in this guitar except the tremolo push in bar. But overall is great guitar and it only came one year (1992)so this make it even more awesome!
Reliability & Durability — 10
This guitar was built like a tank, like a said before is 19 years old, but it's still rock solid nice trem, nice wood. I would have a backup for this one, becouse of the floating trem. And the strap buttons feel really solid too, but I will change them for DiMarzio cliplocks.
Action, Fit & Finish — 8
Well this guitar is like 19 years old so it's obviously has some dings and scratches and stuff(But I like that, it give's it more balls) it came tunned in Drop C, so I had to retuned to E, the bridge is awesome 100000 better that my old licensed floyd, it's a Lo Pro Edge! The only thing I don't like about this bridge is the push in bar, I can't keep it in place, but I'll figure out what to do but overall it's super stable bridge I can't hang myself in it and it wont go out of tune.
Features — 10
This a 1992 Ibanez S Custom USA in natural finish with maple fretboard, it's got a mahogany body with a super fast maple neck and fretboard(22 frets, I don't know the size, but they're really confortable) with oval abalone inlays, DiMarzio Tone Zone, Air Zone and stock single coil Ibz Usa and Ibanez Lo Pro Edge trem(new).