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The all-white aesthetic is so dope. Tried one of these before and it's probably one of the heaviest guitars I've ever tried.
Happy NGD! Great score on that top, it's gorgeous.
Are we talking about the USA made Juggernauts here? Because they're quite a bit more expensive than the Ibanez, so I'm assuming you're talking...
So, I'm looking for a new guitar -- a play mostly metal and rock but I am trying to expand my taste into some blues and I'm thinking of getting...
I'm going to post a demo video if I have time but watch Angel Vivaldi play -- he does dive-bombs and squealies on it fine and it stays in tune,...
I was in the same boat as you since I was choosing between the Vivaldi and the LTD Carpenter at one point.
Ended up getting the Vivaldi and it's...
It's a floating bridge so you can also pull up on it.
Very good. No sharp frets and the fretboard has rolled edges, so everything feels very...
Here's a link to the imgur gallery for those who can't see the pics:
So, it finally came:
The thing has been an absolute joy to play right out of the box -- I...
It's a great guitar -- it's actually the first Ibanez I owned and my first decent upper-midrange instrument.
It is a pretty old model though, so...
Those new Charvels are next on my GAS-list.
I've been trying to find something to fill the void left by my JP6 and the new HH DK24s look like...
Hell to the freaking yes. I'm probably getting the matte blue frost and burgundy mist colors.
Hoping for some new Charvel models. A 6-string Angel Vivaldi or alternately, an affordable DK24 with HH pickups would be an insta-buy for me.