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Ibanez S7320 7-String Electric Guitar
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The Ibanez S7320 Guitar is a 7-string electric with a body that's thin around the sides for comfort and thick around the pickups for tone. It sports ...Click To Read More About This Product
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A 7-string dive-bomber equipped for heavy rock and metal madness.
The Ibanez S7320 Guitar is a 7-string electric with a body that's thin around the sides for comfort and thick around the pickups for tone. It sports a superstrong 3-ply maple neck that's a dream to play. The ZR tremolo bridge uses ball bearings for frictionless arming and fast return. The rocking Ibanez Axis Sever ceramic magnet humbuckers are designed expressly for 7-string heaviness.
- Mahogany body
- Ibanez ZR 7 7-string tremolo bridge
- 3-piece maple Wizard II-7 neck
- 22 jumbo frets
- Ibanez AH17 neck humbucker
- Ibanez AH27 bridge humbucker
- 1 tone, 1 volume
- 5-way switching:
- 1-Neck humbucker
- 2-Neck humbucker parallel
- 3-Neck and bridge
- 4-One coil from neck and bridge combined
- 5-Bridge humbucker
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This guitar is great... I've had it for close to two years, have been playing for 9, and I think it is the best guitar you can find for the value. It works wonderfully for playing clean, and even better for distortion. Personally, I put some EMG 707TW's in there, but the stock pickups are surprisingly good compared to other Ibanez's. With some new pickups, sounds better than a lot of the $1000 or more guitars I've played, though not all. Performs great at a show and fun to play at home. The only downside I can find is that there is only one knob for each; tone and level, but other than that you probably will not find a better deal for this amount of quality.
Had difficulty deciding between this and an RG1527. Ultimately I went with this, and spent some money on EMG 81-7/60-7 pickups. It sounds great, and I have no regrets. The trem is fantastic and stays in tune like a charm. It is SO LIGHT for a mahogany body 7 string, making it great for gigging. Like other reviewers have said, you really have to be prepared to pay a little extra to get the routing done on this guitar to make it sound good with active pickups. Ultimately the pickups ran me 200$ total plus $100 for setup charges. If I wanted a 6 string I would have gotten an ESP F400 and saved myself the extra $300. But it's worth it for the extra string.
I just received this guitar and after about 2 hours of fine tuning, this guitar screams. I did some home remedies (restrung 10-56, action, tuning to drop a standard, and intonation). I have never had a guitar capable of such effortless harmonics and brutal tone. The neck is extremely fast a fluid. I have never owned a 7 string before and this was no mistake. the tone is fat, excellent sustain and the brand new strings I put on stayed in tune after only a few minutes of breaking them in. The zr trem (although a bit complicated)is comfortable for muting and the return springs allow more feel so you don't release dives too quickly. Couldn't be happier with the guitar. Extremely light, looks killer. Can't wait to get it through a gig but with my setup, the pickups were excellent and very quiet with a noise supressor in front of the amp. Very much recommend to the player who will use the entire fret board and not just the low string(use a washburn if you just want to be trendy) use this to compose music with. Buy with confidence.
Ok so after having this for a couple months i found there are some problems. First of all it goes out of tune fast if you use the whammy bar too much. Second i found that the pickups were a little to hot for my taste. Also the paint chips easy. But on the other hand it is very VERY lite wait which is great. The neck is very smooth and had no sharp edges. I also was very impressed with the tone pot, it gives you a wide range of tones. OH and one more thing, i do NOT recomend puting anything above a 11 gauge set of strings because the top bass string gets a bit muddy after that. Overall great bang for the buck and i would recomend it to anyone wether just starting on a 7 or has been playing 7s for a while.
I got this guitar last week, it's a real awesome axe. The mahagony really fills in the tonal gaps the basswood RG's have. The neck is a tad bit thicker than the regular wizard II neck the RG's have, but its still thinner than schecter necks. Very easy to keep in tune. Even the pickups sound better on the S than on the RG (thanks to the mahagony). Comes with smoke colored/nickel hardware which is a nice transition from the overused black hardware. This is actually my first Trem bridge guitar, I've heard bad things about Trems but this one seems to be perfect. Only thing I recommend changing on this guitar is the pickups, other than that, a truly awesome guitar. PICK IT UP!
The thing that attracted me most to this guitar off the bat was the ZR tremolo bridge, I had heard many good things about it. They were right, it's an awesome bridge. It is very easy to use and very stable, easy to change tunings on your own and the fine tuners are amazing. I had heard many bad things about Edge III bridge that Ibanez pretty much puts on all other guitars, I'm glad they didn't put it on this one. The Bridge pretty much makes the guitar. The Pickups were nothing to write home about, high output but a little muddy. Though the neck is amazing for cleans. I'd suggest a bridge pickup change. The body is comfortable and light and the neck is a dream to play. I'm kinda sad the neck only has 22 frets unlike the lower end model RG7321 model that has 24 frets.
I bought this because I wanted something nicer but not too expensive. I previously owned a DeArmond 7-string then a Washburn 7-string. Then I bought this thing and it was the difference between night and day! Has a great sound to it. I don't mind the sound but if any of you guys wanna change the pickups GOOD LUCK the bridge is custom built to fit the shape of the AH pickups so you'll have to cut up the guitar to get any other pickup to fit. The tremolo is fantastic! This this is almost NEVER out of tune. Even after doing a lot of bends and whammys it's still dead on. It's a good metal guitar but I think it sounds good clean also. I think the guitar should cost more personally because it's such a nice guitar. You won't regret this one. Oh yeah the fact that it does not feel like it weighs 50 Ibs is a great thing of itself.
i bought the ax about 4 months ago. it was really nice but the pickups had to go. ibanez makes the worst pickups for 7 strings. i put semyor duncan blackouts in it. it sounds so much better now active pickups are the way to go if you play 7 string but the only down fall to that was the body is so thin i had to have some routing done to fit the battery. but it was woeth it in the end. my peavy 6505 and meas dual rec go well with this guitar the neck is thin like the rg's wich is dream come true. the trem stays in tune no matter how hard you yank on it but could have been routed deeper but thats a matter of tast. all in all this is a great guitar a steal for the money do yourself a favor dont wait just buy it 9 out of 10 ya gona be glad ya did
I don't have this exact guitar...I have the older one that's a blue-ish color and I think its quilted maple or something. Either way, this guitar is amazing. I play in drop A, and a 7 is definitely the way to go. The body is thin and light, and if you wear it at the right height, it fits your contours perfectly. The neck is fast and the action is already perfect. This was my first guitar with a Floyd though. I like it, but after a while I just blocked it off. I don't play solos, so the only reason I used it was to dive into some brutal breakdowns. But, having the locking nut is worth paying the extra for a Floyd.The only thing I recommend doing to this fine piece of instrument is getting a DiMarzio Clip-Lok Strap. Everyone should use those amazing straps.
Let me start off by saying that I immediately upgraded to Dimarzio X2N-7 bridge and D-Sonic 7 neck pickups when I bought this guitar. With this combo, however, this guitar is incredible. The body shape feels great, the neck plays great, and the sound from the mahogany is amazing. I've shopped around Carvin and the Ibanez prestige series, and I see no reason whatsoever to upgrade. The tremolo works fantastic, is very smooth, and the guitar stays in tune for months. Very strongly recommend.
Out of the box, it physically felt a lot thinner than what I was used to playing. I plugged in in and tuned and immediately went for the tone control and toggle switch, unbelievable and that's with the stock pickups.The best feature about this guitar is the ZR trem, doing dive bombs non stop with it for about 15 minutes and went back to check the tuning, and I was amazing that it was still dead on. My only complaint about this instrument is where the guitar cable plugs in, it's kind of awkward especially when you go to unplug, you almost have to yank the cable out by the wire and not the lead. I'm afraid it will be all scratched up eventually, but still the sound is incredible and it feels wonderful to play.
i was short on money and i needed a new guitar as well as an amp. it not only sounds good but it also is really lightweight. you really dont need to do anything to this guitar; unless you decide you have to put pickups in it. combine this with the peavey valve-king half stack and it sounds like a monster. and its really cheap. all together it will come to around 1500
This is an EXCELLENT guitar. If you're a 6 string player looking for a 7 string, this is the guitar for you. It's solid but light-weight, super comfortable to play, has great acoustic tones and the neck isn't too wide or thick. In fact, I hardly notice the difference between it and a regular 6 string. I put a set of 9's on it, and it's a dream to play. I will eventually swap out the stock pickups for some DiMarzios, but they get the job done for now. I would've given it a 5 out of 5 on everything, but the only gripes I have are that it doesn't have 24 frets (not really a big deal for me) and there's a few tiny little flaws that are only noticeable if you look REALLY closely. I got the white one for a steal. You can't get anything better for the money, so buy it before they're gone!
This is the perfect guitar for a person who wants to drop tune and play metal. but the hard wear SUCKS. My entire whammy set up broke after 2 months of ownership. I was very upset, but his guitar has some of the best pickups EVER!
A lot of people are complaining about the treble in the pickups, but I haven't noticed it, really. Might just be my tone or playing style. It feels good in my hands, it's nice and light. The ZR trem is better than the Floyd Rose on my strat, and setting the intonation is a breeze with the staggered bolts and built in intonation tool.My only complaint is that the neck/body joint seems a little unstable. If I lean back or forward far enough, the guitar detunes slightly. Probably fixable, though. I love it. Best guitar I've owned.
Finally!! Ibanez re-instated their S Series 7 string!! I love everything about this guitar!! Right out of the box, it feels great, plays great, sounds great, and anything else you can think of! The reason why I gave it a 9 for Features is that I wish that Ibanez put a Flame or Quilted Maple top. Some type of tobacco burst would be very nice on it too!
I got this guitar as an improvement from my old cheap ibanez 7 stringer. I needed a locking trem, so I went for this one. I've known ibanez for a long time, this one was a bit better than expected.I replaced the pickups with Dimarzio D activators and woah, this thing screams. I run it trough my 6505 and a mesa cabinet. The thing is HUGE it even makes my old 20 watt practice amp sound better.The locking trem isnt out of this world but it gets the job done, I still get some detuning (less than 1/4 step) after going for huge dips for long periods of time, but I guess thats normal.