Ibanez TAM10 proggy/djenty riffs and solo's playthrough video!

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  1. Guitarjon

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    Hi guys,

    Here is another playthrough video.
    This time I used my Ibanez TAM10 through my Axe FX with the MKIIC++ amp model (no boost ;) ).
    I absolutely love this guitar but it's a very different beast than my M80M.
    Both are amazing in their own regard.
    Anyway, enough talking, I hope you enjoy this one!
    Let me know if you have any questions.

    Cheers!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=453plaVc9Yw
     
  2. BrailleDecibel

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    Once again, good stuff man! The 8-string thing never really worked for me, but I dig what you're doing with it here. :yesway:
     
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    great tones and playing!
     
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    How do you find the tuning stability and intonation on the TAM10? I have the 852 Prestige and the intonation on the lowest string (Low E for me) is not the greatest. Are you just tuning it standard with the Low F#? What's your string gauges
     
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    The short term tuning stability is fine but it tends to shift if I don't touch the guitar for a day or 2.
    Low E doesn't work for me with this guitar, especially compared to the m80m but that is just personal preference.
    The intonation is just fine in F#.
    I use elixir strings only.
    Standard set of 9's, a 56 for the B and a 70 bass string for the F#.
    Sounds and plays great!
     

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