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Discussion in 'Extended Range Guitars' started by MikeH, May 2, 2012.
I think it's awesome, but I'm not huge on the finish.
holy shit. So much want
Needs more lightning bolts.
So they can use ebony again? I thought they weren't using it
I'd wager it being darkened/dyed rosewood.
i wish they made a production RGD 8 instead of the RGA8 now
i could live with the graphic. i started to gas
for that thing, then realized i'll never have one,
then remembered i have an 8-scale comming.
man, that was close.
I would assume as much, but the quote beneath the picture says its ebony.
I'm sure Trent can have whatever the fuck he wants, lol.
Sure, but for a while, Ibanez simply wasn't offering ebony to anybody, much less a member of After the Burial. Either way, I love that it's a neck-through RGD
A lot fo the time these guys don't know the specs of their guitars...
just saw this....holy balls
i like the fretboard+inlays, neck thru, and tho i havent tried blackouts, pretty cool, but the graphics arent my taste
I shouldn't like that but I really do.
What happened to the headstock?
Wow, reverse headstock and that would KKIIIIIIILLLLLL !!! Super nice guitar.
Something seems odd with that volute
Pretty cool guitar. This is one of those those non-solid or nautral finishes I actually like (not really a big fan of graphics on guitars) But I have always wondered why Ibanez rarely (if ever) uses ebony on even their most expensive instruments. I think ive only seen it used on one or two guitars one of head's LACS and I think One of Dino's LACS unless it was actually dyed maple or rosewood.
I don't think that has anything to do with dimebag....
More like Carl Sagan