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Unread 12-10-2009, 07:54 PM   #126
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Come to think of it I have never owned an S series guitar before. I have played them and liked them but I have never bought one. Mabye 2010 is my "buy an S7 year"

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Unread 12-10-2009, 07:54 PM   #127
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Unread 12-10-2009, 08:33 PM   #129
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Don't mean to sound like a nub, but is the Edge Zero different from the ZR?
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Unread 12-10-2009, 09:07 PM   #130
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if the rgd is mahogany, i'll probably buy it. if not, then i wont
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I'll buy at least one (I hope ) regardless of wood, i'd like to get another guitar equipped with teh Blackouts, and basswood is fine with them
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Unread 12-10-2009, 09:17 PM   #133
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ZR = ball bearings instead of studs. EZ = Same but with Studs and no bearings.
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Unread 12-10-2009, 09:30 PM   #134
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I can't wait to try out either the seven string or eight string RGA models coming out. while I'm not a fan of the henry ford esque colour options I can always refinish if it bothers me that much.

hopefully these non prestige RGA's come with the LoZ pickups . . .I had this RGA42FM for a bit before getting rid of it and those pickups with the mid cut switch made me choose it over an RG6EXFX. . .despite being super low power actives the LoZ p/ups were nice and breathy. especially in comparison to the EMG's (I love EMG's but I can't have a guitar that is that genre specific in my collection. . I'm all over the map in terms of what I play)
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Unread 12-10-2009, 09:40 PM   #135
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I really do the RGA8 can hold up against atleast the Agile models. I'd take Ibanez or Agile any day if it were any better. Especially since i can tryout Ibanez's before buying
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I can't wait to try out either the seven string or eight string RGA models coming out. while I'm not a fan of the henry ford esque colour options I can always refinish if it bothers me that much.

hopefully these non prestige RGA's come with the LoZ pickups . . .I had this RGA42FM for a bit before getting rid of it and those pickups with the mid cut switch made me choose it over an RG6EXFX. . .despite being super low power actives the LoZ p/ups were nice and breathy. especially in comparison to the EMG's (I love EMG's but I can't have a guitar that is that genre specific in my collection. . I'm all over the map in terms of what I play)
Loz are very very good stock pickups
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Is anyone else slightly disappointed about the 24 fret S7? I love the idea of 22 fret "shred guitar" because of that neck pickup sound. I'm obviously the minority though
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Do we know if these are only coming in that ghastly black?



I mean, FFS more black ....ing ibanez guitars. Bring back the late 90's style models. Those were the shit. Add the new styles to those old looks (nice tops, OTHER colours , side dots, and other features) so we can have NICE rpd's rga's etc instead of plain jane '321 style models.


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Is anyone else slightly disappointed about the 24 fret S7? I love the idea of 22 fret "shred guitar" because of that neck pickup sound. I'm obviously the minority though
Well, you're still free to buy a S7320 today
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I'm extremely excited for these. Hopefully they aren't too pricey, if not then I'll be picking up the RGA8.



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Is anyone else slightly disappointed about the 24 fret S7? I love the idea of 22 fret "shred guitar" because of that neck pickup sound. I'm obviously the minority though
I've never been bothered whether I have 22 or 24 frets, but then I don't do lead much.
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I can only agree on that.
I had a ART120 with LoZ in it and they were very nice pickups.
I'm getting the RDA8 when it gets to Sweden, which is most likely in May 2010 when the Fuzz Guitar Show is (which is more or less the Swedish version of NAMM). Where we are getting the new models presented.
Lets just hope that the price will be less than 1k. hopefully between 500 to 800 $, would be a nice and affordable price.
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I can only agree on that.
I had a ART120 with LoZ in it and they were very nice pickups.
I'm getting the RDA8 when it gets to Sweden, which is most likely in May 2010 when the Fuzz Guitar Show is (which is more or less the Swedish version of NAMM). Where we are getting the new models presented.
Lets just hope that the price will be less than 1k. hopefully between 500 to 800 $, would be a nice and affordable price.

RGA8 between 500 and 800? I doubt it... prolly gonna be closer to 1200-1500
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RGA8 between 500 and 800? I doubt it... prolly gonna be closer to 1200-1500
I don't think so. It's not a prestige model so its most likely and MII. Ibanez also needs a 8 string that can compete with Agile. so 500 to 800 seems most likely to me.
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I dunno man, I guess time will tell... but for some reason I think a 500-800 dollar RGA8 is still a couple pipe-dreams away lol.

who knows, maybe you're right :P
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I just dragged a standard RG 7 string and the new RGD2127Z into photoshop ... i matched the scale best i could, lined up strings and pickups on both models ... the RGD definetly has a longer scale length! i couldn't tell you if it's 27 or 26.5 ... but it's longer than 25.5!

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i have serious gas for the RGD, it appears ibanez has removed it's head from you know where! well ... at least enough to better understand the 7 string market needs!
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I wonder what the new Universe 20 year anniversary models will look like? Reissues? Something new? Anyone heard anything about this yet?
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