Ibanez AX 7-string

Discussion in 'Sevenstring Guitars' started by Vince, Oct 1, 2004.

  1. Metal Ken

    Metal Ken Hates the Air Contributor

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    I was just as right 4 years ago as i am today.
     
  2. Justin Bailey

    Justin Bailey SS.org Regular

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    The ones that I have played actually played very nice, the necks felt good, and it sounded decent, they sure are ugly though. Maybe I was just lucky finding ones that dont feel like shit, I dunno.
     
  3. ZeroSignal

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    Hang on...

    Which one does everyone hate? The AX7521 or the AX7221?

    Or is it both? :lol:
     
  4. zimbloth

    zimbloth Nick // Axe Palace Vendor Forum MVP

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    People hate both of them, but like I said, the MIJ version actually is half-decent, it just happens to be really ugly and neck-heavy. Sitting down, it's not half-bad, it's on par with the RG7421 and the like.

    That said I don't like either, and would never go near one again. I got the MIJ one for like $100 so I figured why not? :lol:
     
  5. darren

    darren Decibel Guitars Forum MVP

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    My bandmate owns zimbloth's old 7521, and it's a really nice guitar... totally in a different league than the 7221. It has a nice throaty growl to it, has one of the lightest mahogany bodies i've ever felt (especially given its overall size) and played pretty nicely.
     

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