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MF MD HG Exclusives 09-19-14

Ibanez STM2 Sam Totman Signature Electric Guitar Sapphire Blue 

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Overview
  • Mahogany body
  • Maple/walnut 5-piece neck
  • Neck-thru joint
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    $1,199.99
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A new sig axe for the Dragonforce main man with flamed maple top and low profile Edge III bridge.

Few guitarists have the shred skills and unshakable nerve like DragonForce's Sam Totman. Based on the Iceman shape, Sam's Signature STM2 is a flamed maple topped mahogany monster with matching headstock is made for only the strongest of metal warriors. It has the classic Iceman shape with lower profile designed Edge III double locking features great tuning stability and thru-neck construction. DiMarzio® Evolution pickups feature more harmonic overtones than standard humbuckers to cut though any mix, live or recording. Controlling this beast is simple and straightforward: just one volume knob.

Case sold separately.

Features
  • Mahogany body
  • Maple/walnut 5-piece neck
  • Neck-thru joint
  • STM neck shape
  • Rosewood fretboard
  • 24 frets
  • Lower profile Edge III bridge
  • DiMarzio Evolution humbuckers
  • 1 volume control
  • 3-way pickup toggle switch
  • Die-cast tuners
  • Chrome hardware
  • Case sold separately
  • Case sold separately
 

STM2 Sam Totman Signature Electric Guitar Specifications:

  • 25-1/2" scale
  • 15.75" fretboard radius
  • 1.69" nut width
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IbanezSTM2 Sam Totman Signature Electric Guitar
 
3.0

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4.0

The ultimate....

By the way

from Oakwood, IL

About Me Experienced

Pros

  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel
  • Good Pick Up
  • Good Tone
  • Solid Electronics

Cons

  • Design
  • Neck heavy

Best Uses

  • Playing
  • Playing The Sucker

Comments about Ibanez STM2 Sam Totman Signature Electric Guitar:

...pointy ugly cheap guitar. Yeah, not as cheap as it used to be but this guitar reeks of excess and beyond the "fun" factor is a mahogony body neck through instrument that screams. It even has some cool clean tones. For years I held off on an Iceman because it had no wang bar and the cost of retrofitting wasn't worth it to me. The Edge 3 is functional and stays in tune. There are no pretty strat voices but the guitar has balls in every thing from pure clean to squealing feedback between the phrases dirty. The finish is a little muted for a flame maple top. It might just be the blue. It's a little neck heavy but a wide leather strap rectifies that for the most part. My only real complaint is that the lower horn / cutaway does limit my hand movement while wailing on the upper frets... price you pay for the design. Great heavy tones, sustain, whammy... fun guitar!

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2.0

Disappointing guitar

By Flandawg9

from Ottawa, IL

About Me Novice

Pros

  • Flamed Maple Top
  • Nice neck

Cons

  • Fret Buzz
  • Poor Pick Up
  • Poor Quality Craftsmanship
  • Terrible Trem System

Best Uses

  • Practicing

Comments about Ibanez STM2 Sam Totman Signature Electric Guitar:

I got this after playing it and several other iceman guitars thinking that it was going to be a good investment. I was satisfied with how it came set up. The string height was perfect, tuned almost perfect, nothing wrong with it. After about two weeks of playing it in standard, I decided to bring it to a luthier to explain how the bridge worked, since I was unfamiliar with the edge 3 bridge, and have him drop it to drop C#. After bringing it to him, I discovered that it was possibly the worst bridge/setup in any guitar I have ever owned or played. Sadly, the screws that you would use to adjust spring tension were built to only be able to support 9 gauge strings. After about 4 hours, that problem was taken care of, but the first time using the whammy bar, all of the saddles came unlocked. The problem repeated twice more and then quit. THEN I had fret buzz that seemed to not want to go away no matter what. At this point of only having the guitar for a about 7 weeks, I have put over a third of the money it took to purchase the guitar to finish repairing it so it was playable in something other than standard or drop D and the tremolo was usable. I have had several problems with the 5 previous guitars I've owned, but I never experienced a problem like these in any of them. I'm extremely disappointed with this. Ibanez has officially disappointed me out of their business, being that I've had four of their guitars now and all have had major problems. I see myself switching over to ESP or Jackson now. I would never recommend this to a friend.

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