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HeHasTheJazzHands

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I haven't the slightest clue who this guy is, but looking up more info on the ARX series brought this ad up and uh, it looks sweet AF.

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Also once again, Ibanez can suck a fat one for not making the Darkstone 7 a thing. :lol:


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(i know the Darkstone sold like shit, but come on. :lol: )
 

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I haven't the slightest clue who this guy is, but looking up more info on the ARX series brought this ad up and uh, it looks sweet AF.

s-l1600.jpg


Also once again, Ibanez can suck a fat one for not making the Darkstone 7 a thing. :lol:


A12MpL2sD6L._AC_SL1500_.jpg


(i know the Darkstone sold like shit, but come on. :lol: )
Dude that darkstone is sick but needs a regular ibby headstock or the 3x3.
 

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I haven't the slightest clue who this guy is, but looking up more info on the ARX series brought this ad up and uh, it looks sweet AF.

s-l1600.jpg


Also once again, Ibanez can suck a fat one for not making the Darkstone 7 a thing. :lol:


A12MpL2sD6L._AC_SL1500_.jpg


(i know the Darkstone sold like shit, but come on. :lol: )

Yeah, I didn’t even see the Darkstone until after they were done being produced. I really dig that shape and if they’ve got the Gibraltar III bridge on them…..that’s such a killer fucking bridge. Not a big fan of the headstock but I’d love to get my hands on one.
 

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Darkstones are great. Agreed it's a shame they didn't last long, and there were some gaudy versions being marketed to the xhardcorex crowd, but they're sweet instruments. They're a weird combo of Icemans and old Musicians that ends up looking different to either. The flat top is definitely of the Iceman heritage more than the SZs or Artist models. Personally I find the headstock suits the shape.

I've got one with BKP True Grits, and I love it. It just oozes riffs out of you.

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Not a LACS btw, but whatevs. :lol:
 

HeHasTheJazzHands

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Yeah, I didn’t even see the Darkstone until after they were done being produced. I really dig that shape and if they’ve got the Gibraltar III bridge on them…..that’s such a killer fucking bridge. Not a big fan of the headstock but I’d love to get my hands on one.

Apparently they used a bridge and tailpiece specially introduced for the Darkstone. The Tight Tune. It looks like a slightly tweaked Gibraltar 2. I do agree I wish it was the G3, because I have one on my recently-acquired SZ520 and it's super comfy to rest your hand on.
 

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Probably both of Jake Bowen's guitars. his blue one and his more recent red one with the roasted neck and board.
 

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Unoptainable , but best lacs work on a single guitar i have ever seen.
Artwork , inlays , details such as painted pickup covers, sound possibilities.
Example of extremaly unpractical beautiness.
 

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