Ibanez 2013

Discussion in 'Sevenstring Guitars' started by possumkiller, Dec 19, 2012.

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  1. L1ght

    L1ght Truth Over Triumph

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    Fook yes! Right there!

    LOOK IBANEZ, HE EVEN SAVED YOU THE TIME OF HAVING TO COME UP WITH A CATCHY NAME! READ THIS FUCKING POST AND IMMEDIATELY START COPULATING THE WOODS.
     
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    Xaios Foolish Mortal Contributor

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    What we really need is an Ibanez RG1337OMGWTFBBQ.
     
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    Sepultorture Murder Machine

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    COPULATING THE WOOD

    god that sounds so wrong LOL
     
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    Xaios Foolish Mortal Contributor

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    ...but it feels so right.

    Also, I'm a freaking genius.

    RG1337OMGWTFBBQ = RG1337 Oiled Mahogany Galaxy White Trans Finish Black Burst Quilt.

    Booya. :hbang:
     
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    AngstRiddenDreams Filthy Casual

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  6. Clydefrog

    Clydefrog SS.org Regular

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    Getting close to purchasing another 7 string. My needs are a fixed bridge, non-black, preferably 27 inch scale. I'd love for Ibanez to produce something like that, but I guess I'm waiting on the 27 CT from Carvin.
     
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    Xaios Foolish Mortal Contributor

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    That's basically the RG7421XL. True, they don't make them anymore, but that's pretty much what it is spot on.
     
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    Clydefrog SS.org Regular

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    I'd love one of those, and I'd even consider waiving my fixed bridge requirement for a reissue 1077XL/2077XL in royal blue.
     
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    BigPhi84 Pronounced "FEE"

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    Disclaimer: This is just my opinion, but as the owner of both an RG7421XL and a RG1077XL, I gotta say that I think the 27" scale deal is over-rated. Sure, the bottom strings are a little tighter, cleaner, and piano-like in comparison, but the top strings are also tighter, and as someone that likes the "Skinny-Top Heavy-Bottom" feel, it's a bit disconcerting to have a .009 string feel like a .010 string. Rag on me all you want, that's just the way I feel. Now, a 26.5"-24" fanned-fret guitar would probably be perfection to me. :pray:
     
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    BigPhi84 Pronounced "FEE"

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    LOL, I thought about Barbequing, aka:

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    Bloody_Inferno Silence is Violence

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    ^ Surprised you didn't put the FTLOG Universe pic.
    Speaking of which; anyone tried replicating that with the premium UV yet? :idea:
     
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    BigPhi84 Pronounced "FEE"

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    Damn, you are correct, good sir! :agreed:
     
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    TheUnvanquished SS.org Regular

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    Mmmmm...BBQ...
     
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    L1ght Truth Over Triumph

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    I'm sure it's been posted in some other dimension of this forum SOMEWHERE, but it belongs here, so seriously... check this out:

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    Seriously? RGD2127FX...Extended scale.. 7 string.. black.. Tight-End R7 bridge.. small dot inlays? Holy shit... I can finally say that I am without a fucking doubt, going to be ALL over this guitar.
     
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    EricSVT18 SS.org Regular

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    Right now I have a RG7321, I REALLY want the RGD2127 but can't afford that so I'm thinking about the RGD7421. Do you think it's worth the $600? Is it that much of an upgrade over the RG7321. I play in drop A and drop G#.
     
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    L1ght Truth Over Triumph

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    I haven't really heard anything too bad about the RGD7421 aside from complaints about the paint on the Gibraltar bridge wearing off within something like a months time of regular usage, and how shitty the pickups are. I think someone on here had mentioned a couple QC flaws, but nothing major, and that's to be expected unfortunately, considering how many people have had QC flaws on even their Premium line RGs.

    My main gripe about those guitars are the Gibraltars. To me, they are seriously uncomfortable and super blocky. It just felt weird palm muting for me. Other people love it though...

    Before you decide to buy anything, I would seriously suggest going somewhere and trying out the guitar first to see if you get along with it instead of just dropping $600 + shipping on a whim. And if you can't find a place that has the RGD7421s available to try out, try and find a place with the newer RG7321s, the ones with the Gibraltars, this way you can at least see if you feel comfortable with that bridge style.
     
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    Syriel owns a .strandberg*

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    Already posted a ton of times in this thread. :fawk:

    A couple people have already had NGDs of that beast. You better grab one quick too. :yesway:
     
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    L1ght Truth Over Triumph

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    Damn yeah I have been away from this site for a while now then haha. My bad dudes.
     
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    Had oen of the RGD2127FX brought into my Local store to try out and it was a dream to play, everything the trem version is with even more stable tuning, and the bridge is beyond comfortable, you don't feel it ever while playing.

    nothing like the gibralter standard
     
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    octavarium7 Cloud Constructor

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    Can't wait for mine XD
     
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