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Probably it started with the Abasi Ibanez where someone claimed Abasi owned the shape and not Ibanez. But my guess is anyone who would want to...
Did he use that for standard A tuning?
Do you really need that guys name on it? Jackson does make the guitar ...
I think only the new models come with SS frets .. or they would announce that BIIIG I'm sure .. but haven't seen an announcement like that
If you're looking at ESP, look at this maybe: [IMG]
Otherwise I wouldn't buy an Evertune without trying one before. Feels akward to me.
how can you check out as a guest on ebay ?
Ok, with side adjustment if you don't have to remove the neck it seems okay. But not sure why they are doing it that way.
Everything cool except truss rod adjustment is on wrong side it seems
Strandberg charge a couple hundreds extra for such frets
At first look I thought it was a Chapman
It has a "compensated" nut for standard tuning with normal strings. With a wound third I guess that would be bad for your intonation.
Not really into that whole thing but stumbled across the article and from what I can see the only claim that the outsider can check is the one...
You need to see the Ibanez Iceman then .. :banana:
This! So much this! Guys have lost all credibility for me
Even Fender put SS frets on strats now old man, times are changing
But I thought Schecter already have the stainless steel frets game going ..why not here? That's the only negative point I can find about this guitar
Your information is wrong
We Germans buy German beer because it's the best :agreed:
How many times have you wound your strings around the tuner LOL