Ibanez 2011

Discussion in 'Sevenstring Guitars' started by possumkiller, Nov 12, 2010.

  1. Xaios

    Xaios Foolish Mortal Contributor

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    Technically it's a Dimarzio showcase, not an Ibanez showcase. If Ibanez had made it for NAMM, they would have routed it for passive pickups. As it was used for a Dimarzio demo, they simply took a stock RG2228, yanked out the EMG's and stuck in their own pups.
     
  2. Cure for optimism

    Cure for optimism Well-Known Member

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    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO :wallbash:
     
  3. mattofvengeance

    mattofvengeance Team Ibanez

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    I agree with this 100%. Typically, I don't mind the look of different color pickups, but on this one, it just puts me off.
     
  4. jl-austin

    jl-austin SS.org Regular

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    I don't believe this, because the RGD7321 was shown at NAMM:

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    Now, it might not be available in Australia, but it will be available in the US.
     
  5. Soubi7string

    Soubi7string WOP WOP WOP WOP WOP

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    price range?!
     
  6. OrsusMetal

    OrsusMetal In brightest day...

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    The RGD7321 will be for the US market. That is probably why they said you couldn't get it. Just like the RGD7320 is only available for the EU market.
     
  7. OrsusMetal

    OrsusMetal In brightest day...

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    Rgd7321 will be $599, iirc. I posted the prices for the new 7's earlier in this thread. I just don't remember them off the top of my head.
     
  8. Ice4600

    Ice4600 SS.org Regular

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    I'm glad they're (somewhat) decently priced and not just grouped with the Premiums, that would be a huge turn off since at that point the 2127 is close enough to be worth that extra little bit (2127 is worth it, but I just can't afford it right now).

    I can't find a projected release date, and I'd like to get to play one and read some reviews before I order one. I just hope it becomes available before I pull the trigger on something I ACTUALLY don't need :lol:
     
  9. Herrick

    Herrick Hello Mangs

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    I'd Buy That For A Dollar :agreed:
     
  10. CloudAC

    CloudAC Call me Charlie :)

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    Ibanez RGD7320z is priced at £710 in the UK, which is approx £400 cheaper than the prestige 2127z. I would save up the extra cash and go Prestige, the difference in quality would be worth it imo. :agreed:

    I really wish they released the RGD7321 over here though, I really want a hardtail RGD7 to go with my 2127z :( This whole country exclusive stuff Ibanez pulls off really irks me. First the ARZ307, then this. Importing would cost a bomb with import duties, god damn you Ibanez. /rant
     
  11. Herrick

    Herrick Hello Mangs

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    Ah, looks like the RGD7321 is now for sale. I'd get it but I already have an RG7621 on the way.
     
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    espman Is beardless....

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  13. Ice4600

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    THANK GOD. I WAS GOING TO DIE OF GAS.
     
  14. Herrick

    Herrick Hello Mangs

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  15. Ashblat

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    Evening everyone, i reyt need some help i do,

    My bloody RGA7 is been a reyt lil tart!

    i have it in standard E with a low A that is AEADGBE using 11's E-A
    and a 60 for the low A, the strings have been on a week but im still getting buzz on any note that is played and its even worse on the low A, its sooo loud wen it buzz's aswell.

    I cant help thinking it needs a good set up then maybe a play with the gauge for the A.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks in advance

    Ash:scratch:
     
  16. MikeH

    MikeH Bring the gain

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    1. Learn to do your own setups.
    2. Do your own setup.
    3. ????
    4. Profit.
     
  17. Metal_Maniac

    Metal_Maniac Well-Known Member

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    Take your guitar and put it on its side and look down the headstock at the neck and look at the frets and take note whether there is a hump/hill in the neck or if there is relief/valley in the neck. If you have either you will need to adjust the trussrod. This process is called sighting the neck.

    Here's a few links that can help you:
    How To Adjust Your Guitar's Truss Rod - By Gene Imbody - 5/1/2001
    Truss Rods | How To Adjust Your Truss Rod | Check Guitar Neck Relief | Fix Neck Bow

    If you find you are still having trouble send me a pm!
     
  18. drgoogs32

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    its about 600 bucks in the us
     
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  19. BucketheadRules

    BucketheadRules Fuzz pedal hoarder

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    astm SS.org Regular

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    Has anybody been able to try the apex100?

    I'd love to have one and mode it adding another single coil and putting a push/pull tone to split the blaze bridge.
     

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