Baritone Ibanez 7

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  1. Chris

    Chris metalguitarist.org Forum MVP

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    RG7680-LTD1

    I wouldn't mind owning this thing one bit. :agreed:

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    no joke!

    i've heard good things about having an extended scale. mostly that the low B (or A mmmm :yum: ) sounds tighter.

    how much do the$e thing$ run? any idea$?
     
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    somebody have a good pic of an Ibanez long scale neck guitar? RG1077XLB????
     
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    These threads/pics kill me. I have a little "Soloway Fund" going right now that has $600 in it. :D I'm preying that my GAS can hold off until I can afford a swan, but stuff like this just makes it damn hard.
     
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    That is SWEET! :yum:
     
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    I've always loved that white, erm, line (for lack of a better word, though I know there is one) around the body. Makes it look so classy. That color is fuckin' awesome too.

    JC, wasn't your 20xx that same color?
     
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    Binding. :p

    The 2020x was 'translucent blue' but it looked green in most light. :)
     
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    what are baritones tuned to or do they just have more frets, I dont know the difference
     
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    Longer scale for lower tunings.
     
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    Heheh thanks. :D
     
  12. Josh

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    The longer scale rocks for lower tunings because the strings have to be tighter to achieve the same tuning as a standard scale guitar. This also means you can run lighter strings without it playing sloppy.
     
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    I was hoping 'Nez would come out with a cheapie after Mushok from Staind made it so well known that he played a Bari, much like the slew of cheap 7's that came out right after Korn hit it big.

    I wouldn't spend a bundle on one, but $300 or so for a fun toy would be a very cool investment.
     

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