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Ibanez S771PB S Series Electric Guitar
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Ibanez' marvel of form and function, the S Series, continues to evolve for todays player. Cloaked in a gorgeous poplar burl top, a bound rosewood fin...Click To Read More About This Product
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Light enough to be comfortable, heavy enough to provide tone and sustain.
Ibanez' marvel of form and function, the S Series, continues to evolve for todays player. Cloaked in a gorgeous poplar burl top, a bound rosewood fingerboard features jumbo frets. Lurking beneath the S Series graceful 3-D shape is mahogany specifically chosen for S Series instruments.
Light enough amaze in terms of comfort, heavy enough to provide the tone and sustain that players expect from the S Series. As the originators of the thin, fast neck, the Wizard III neck is yet another achievement in playability, providing the kind of comfort that translates to responsiveness and speed. The best of all worlds humbucker/ single-coil/ humbucker configuration provides an impressive palette of tone textures.
- neck type: Wizard III Maple neck
- body: Poplar Burl top/Mahogany body
- fretboard: Bound Rosewood fretboard w/Off-set white dot inlay
- frets: Jumbo frets
- bridge: Fixed bridge
- neck pickup: Quantum (H) neck pickup (Passive/Ceramic)
- middle pickup: Quantum (S) mid pickup (Passive/Alnico)
- bridge pickup: Quantum (H) bridge pickup (Passive/Ceramic)
- hardware color: Cosmo black
- Case sold separately
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- Fun To Play
- Good Tone
- Solid Electronics
Comments about Ibanez S771PB S Series Electric Guitar:
I bought this guitar without much knowledge of it, I knew it had the Wizard 3 neck on it, so I knew I was going to get a wicked fast guitar. I also knew that it was a really thin body. At its widest, it is maybe an inch, not even.
I like how fast the neck plays and how comfortable it is to shred on. I can go up and down the neck in no time, I usually use heavy strings but on this I use lighter strings and I can fly over it. I like its versatility as the neck pickup and bridge pickups both give it distinct tones.
The body is so small, and the neck is so small that this guitar weighs about a pound, and feels like you are playing a feather. It took a few practice sessions to get the right feel for it, as my other guitars are much heavier. Definitely takes some getting used to.
Overall I like this guitar and would suggest it to someone looking for something different.