Ibanez JBM100 Vs Old School Classic Rock [Van Halen]

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  1. TheTrooper

    TheTrooper SS.org Regular

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    Well, it's a very modern sounding guitar but it can go old school rather quickly (which is always great fun)

    The switching and volume knob ....ed me up good at one point :lol: but that's the catch when it's so far back (good for shredding, terrible or swells)

    Those Titans can do pretty much everything, big thumbs up for DiMarzio


    Rock on! :hbang:

     
  2. KnightBrolaire

    KnightBrolaire tinkerer/aspiring builder/8 string hoarder

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    yeah this pretty much mirrors my experience. The titans are pretty versatile. I've gotten jazzy cleans, sabbath esque tones, thrashy tones, djenty tones, Mastodon esque high-gain tones and 80s rhythm sounds (similar to Ratt/Motley Crue). Definitely one of my favorite pickups.
     
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    Petar Bogdanov SS.org Regular

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    Kick ass vid and great tone! :yesway:
     
  4. TheTrooper

    TheTrooper SS.org Regular

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    Oh yeah, I completely agree there.
    Abient-y cleans are also a strong point for the Titans, they really shine there too.
    Love the split Inner coils and Parallel sound of it!
    Thanks mate :wavey:
     

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