Ibanez Apex somethingorother. I'm not a Korn fan but I've been jonesing for an old-school Universe style guitar for a while now and this one fits the bill. Has a sort of "modded-out shitty old Ibanez" vibe that I dig. Thanks to Rich from ibanezrules for hooking me up. Don't normally like fancy fretboard inlays but this one is nice and unobtrustive and doesn't scream "geriatric nu metal band." Also look at that fretboard! And those shiny frets! Rich did a great job conditioning this thing. I feel like a lot of people here probably hate the non-matching headstock but I really like it. Also dig that the only signature branding is the lil Apex decal, nice and understated. Munky seems like a chill dude. his is my first time playing a chonky-ass tilt neck joint since I was like 14, and...well it's about as comfortable as you'd expect Still, it really does feel like an old-school Ibanez, which is exactly what I was looking for. The neck itself seems a little thicker and rounder than the typical Wizard III, still thin and fast but a little more comfy to my hand. This is my first guitar with a Blaze in the bridge, and I wasn't totally sure what to expect, but I really like it! Feels very warm and fat to me, expecially in drop-G. The neck single coil is kind of weird. It's a lot brighter than I was expecting. Very usable, but a different sound than your typical neck pickup I think. Also, no tone control! Munky knows how to design a fuckin guitar, man The trem is CRAZY sensitive. Like, the guitar will go noticeably out of tune if you hold it face-down or face-up, compared to in standard playing position. I also have to be careful when palm-muting that I don't push the bridge sharp. On the plus side, I can do absolutely silly bends and squeals and shit because of how deep the cutaway behind the bridge is, and it holds tune as well as any double-locking trem I've ever tried. Still, I think I'm gonna get some stiffer springs so it's a lil less warbly. Thanks to Rich over at Ibanezrules for the stellar transaction, that was probably the best guitar buying experience I've ever had online.