NAMM 2010 (56k = DON'T DO IT!)

Discussion in 'Sevenstring Guitars' started by 7deadlysins666, Dec 19, 2009.

  1. stuh84

    stuh84 The Viking himself Contributor

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    I don't post anymore, but I had to put down that, the Stealth 7 is godly. I need that guitar like I need to breathe.

    That is one of the most awesome guitars I've ever seen.

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    MaxOfMetal Likes trem wankery. Super Moderator

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    drmosh Sir Paul of the Mosh Contributor

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    holy fuck, so much GAS right now for that guitar.
     
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    Prydogga Giddyup.

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    Again, I didn't say they came first, I'm just saying there are other guitars with that shape, and yes now you mention it the Stealth came even before the orignially mentioned Xiphos.
     
  5. 7deadlysins666

    7deadlysins666 kvlt

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    You know, ESP was kinda disappointing this year. Usually they've got a billion new models, even if they're ones that make you say "damnit! if Only it had one more string" and yeah they have the H417 and it looks Ok even though it doesn't really offer anything I want other than the scale length. Guess its the economy or something? I don't see why the USA didn't get the 7 String NV. That thing is awesome.
     
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    Killer guitar! Green guitars do rule!:yesway:
     
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    Ibanez US site updated:
    Ibanez :: Electric Guitars

    Beyond belief, it looks like US doesn't get RGA472 7 string, as rumored. US doesn't even get the awesome Predator Tongue red color. The RGA 6 is the purple flame. Does every other country get the RGA427 except US?
     
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    screamindaemon Overlord of Music

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    Nice find. Did anybody else notice that the listing for the RGA8 pickups have them as " Low noise and high power 7-string active pickup" :) Whoops...

    I really like the ART600.

    I am also very dissipointed at the lack of the RGA 7 string prestige. I was really looking forward to that. The RGD's have great scale length, but I really like the carved top and natural finish on the flamed tops... Now i've got to deal with importers... crap...
     
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    MaxOfMetal Likes trem wankery. Super Moderator

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    Go with Ikebe, from what I hear, they're full of win.
     
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    Because there are no pics of the RGA prestige 7 on Ibanez's US website does that mean its a japan only release?
     
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    Monk SS.org Regular

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    Speedy Fingers dat heel

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    ^ That's kinda awesome.
     
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    MaxOfMetal Likes trem wankery. Super Moderator

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    It's like Solo in Carbonite but fucking cooler!
     
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    That Framus looks sexy as hell!

    So does the RGA7 Prestige. But of course they leave us hardtail guys out again. I hope they come out with an RGA7 Prestige in hardtail form.
     
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    gah, why do all these companies have to rape their guitars with EMGs?
     
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    lefty robb Shred like a mofo Contributor

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    I wouldn't have believed it unless I saw it, who is swirling these?
     
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    Dunno man..pretty goddamn stupid not to have it available in the US.Seems its gonna be for sale in germany-indonesia so wtf?
    I got it~this would be nice~(Ibanez is secretly giving the US our very on version of the prestige rga7 without the gayass dot inlays...itll have binding too!And without the soap-box emg size pickups).:noway:
     
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