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Discussion in 'Sevenstring Guitars' started by zimbloth, Sep 2, 2020.
I'm still curious about the Machete. IIRC Dino said it's a Duality but with the Retribution preamp.
Good lord that is nice
Love those Tight-End bridges.
I don't understand why Ibanez doesn't use them on more guitars - they're only like $70AU to buy as a part, they're almost the same as a G-II hardtail bridge.
Don't wanna be the victim of bad innuendos?
Maybe being the victims of bad innuendos would get them market share in Japan - ESP dominates over there with cockstocks haha.
Don't forget the Throbber.
All Nick has to do is a spot run of this guitar and then Ibanez will make it a production model. That thing is slick my dude. Nick's posts win the internet everytime.
wow that is a beauty, any pics of of the neck?
Beautiful guitar. Great pics too.
Yeah we need to see how she looks from the rear. Giggity.
yep. my Jcustom 7 is the best guitar ive laid my hands on, and i do feel a big part of that is the tight end.
i regret not get the 6er jcustom with the tight end as well, and im actively looking for one now.
@zimbloth congrats Nick! looks dope AF.
**wink wink axe palace run cough cough**
I didnt like the Duality or the Retribution, but I like this one. So it must be the best of both somehow!
I should have more pics soon
ive been trying, unsuccessfully, for years to get them to do an RGA spot run (not including the J-Custom one). We were close at this years NAMM ,but COVID fucked everything up. Now theyre not doing ANY runs for a while.
LACS guitars are precious.
That and the CITES ruling on rosewood at the time pretty much led Ibanez to the "fuck this shit" mentality haha
It baffles me that Ibanez hasn't done a hardtail RGA 7 like this with 26.5 scale.
I would snap one up in a second.