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Ibanez ADD120 Electric Guitar
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Named for Lancelot's sword, the Ibanez Arondite ADD120 features string-thru construction, a mahogany set-in neck, striped shield position inlay, Iban...Click To Read More About This Product
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Named for Lancelot's sword, the Ibanez Arondite ADD120 features string-thru construction, a mahogany set-in neck, striped shield position inlay, Ibanez bar pole piece style humbucker pickups, and a Gibraltar III bridge.
- String thru construction
- Shield inlay
- Gibraltar III bridge
- Ibanez bar pole piece humbuckers
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I've been looking to up my guitar gear for a while now, and I currently have this one. I've tried some of the best range guitars, but they are all too generic. I've tried clever guitars like the Line6 Variax, but where the technology is great, the craftsmanship is not quite on the mark. I've tried other guitars with different shaped bodies like the X-plorer and Flying V. The colour design is a little plain in comparison to ones like the BC Rich, but I haven't found a guitar that suits my style any better. However, many peoplpe may find the neck quite broad compared to other guitars, but for me, it's perfect.
i went into a music store to play with some pedals today and picked up the nearest guitar. this one happend to be it and i love it . It sounded great and had a great feel.(note i was playing through about 6 or 7 different effects) if i go back and play it without effects i will most likley purchase it. its a nice guitar especially at this price
I've owned this guitar for about a week and this thing is sick. I'd never heard of the pickups before but I was told that they sound a lot like the EMG H's. The VK rail pickups are perfect for metal. I love this guitar.
I've had this guitar for about a month or so. It's brand new and never been played before. It sounds sick on the distortion but it also sounds great clean. It comes out bassy and clear. It made my RG sound like garbage. The one bad thing is that it wasn't set up when I bought it so if your getting it brand new your probably going to have to set it up which really isn't a big deal. So i would definatly get it if your looking to upgrade. overall a great guitar.
great guitar for metal...sounds good both distorted and clean...i've owned it for three days and you just can't beat the price
Interesting style - not too flagrant, yet offbeat and...well, stylish. Doesn't stand upright, though. Nice through-body string ends, uncluttered look. Smooth tuning machines. Competent pickups and quiet switches and pots, a limited range of tones but you're just going into an effects box anyway, right?
If you're looking for something different in a rhythm guitar, this is it!The only reason I say rhythm guitar is because high fret access is very difficult,but it stays in tune better than I expected and sounds great.Also has a fantastic paint job which looks better than the black and white photo seen here