The Ibanez 7 Club!

Discussion in 'Sevenstring Guitars' started by CrushingAnvil, Aug 10, 2008.

  1. Glades

    Glades Down in the Everglades

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    I like them too so far. They sound pretty solid for stock PUs.
     
  2. Br00tal420

    Br00tal420 SS.org Regular

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    Very nice sir! :yesway:
     
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    Xykhron SS.org Regular

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    Here's my Ibby 7-string (currently the only one I own)

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    jerm SS.org Regular

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    ^damn that's beautiful.
     
  5. Glades

    Glades Down in the Everglades

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    That J.Custom's top reminds me of the RG3727, which is unfortunate it only comes in short scale because it's my favorite looking 7
     
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    Sanded down the top to get rid of the playing marks and spots as well as some scratches and dings and refurbed with some new oil finish. The grain and shades of the Mahogany now really pop out.
    The back of the neck also got an Uncle Ben - style treatment....240 through 320 grit, Birchwood Casey TruOil and Gunstock Wax.
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    Djentlyman SS.org Regular

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    well now, that's gorgeous. :agreed:
     
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    gunch chungus

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    There's a K7 on GC used for 799, good price?
     
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    s2k9k SS.org Regular

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    That's a great price. Just looked it up. Seems to be in really good condition as well.
     
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    1b4n3z SS.org Regular

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    The one guitar I don't dare mod. And probably the one I don't need to

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  11. Kouhia666

    Kouhia666 SS.org Regular

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    This is metal guitar all the way. :shred:

    Love the neck and contours

    This one only needs new pups, any suggestions? Music genre is mainly metal
     

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  12. Glades

    Glades Down in the Everglades

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    Congrats! I am loving mine!

    What are you looking for in pickups? The ones that came on mine stock (v77/v78) are really good. I don't think I would change them for other passives, as I don't think another set of passives would do much of an Improvement. I would however go to emg55/67 or fish man fluences for the active preamped tone
     
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    Kouhia666 SS.org Regular

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    I am passive pickup guy. So i'm thinking tonezone or crunchlab/liquifire set, but Seymour Duncan has some good options too.
    SD timecapsule is golden on neckposition. Haven't found 7 string version yet. (If it even excist)
     
  14. Glades

    Glades Down in the Everglades

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    The most popular combos I've seen for this guitar is SD Pegasus/Sentient; DM Crunch Lab/Liquifire; BKP Miracle Man/ Cold Sweat; DM DActivator/Air Norton.
     
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    cardinal F# Dive Bomber

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    Forgot about d activator. Gotta check that out. Thanks
     
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    Try the Alpha/Omega set
     
  18. Br00tal420

    Br00tal420 SS.org Regular

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    Well while I'm here...
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    **Excuse the dog hair
     
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    Glades Down in the Everglades

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    Care to give us a review? I have yet to see one on the 7 set.
     
  20. Br00tal420

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    Have not tried the 7 string set. I am very happy with the 6 as the omega pickup really is very "glassy" for those clean tones. Very versatile. Just throwing out suggestions.
     

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