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A solid rocker with an edgy style.
Its solid mahogany provides rich warm lows and sweet sustain. The long-grained rosewood fingerboard offers a strong, bright sound and attractive appearance. Its radical body shape has the right look for the most extreme music, while a stopbar bridge set-up and a pair of Powersound humbuckers puts it across with conviction.
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I have one of the old destroyers, i think it's from the 90's, and as soon as i picked up the new one, i fell in love. the body is slightly bigger than the old one, and it has another tone pot. it delivers great sound, and it's very affordable. i'm into blues and rock, and this guitar is great for both. it looks cool, and sounds even better, i would recommend it to anyone!
I own 2 Ibanez X-series guitars. My first Ibanez X-series was this model, although I'm pretty sure it was from the 1980's. It was painted red and black. The other was a much lighter model that was painted a light purple and slight pink. I played the red and black model at our first show and has gotten a lot of use. I am currently in a new band and still use this guitar to this day. I find it hard to switch guitars. If you would like to check out the red and black Ibanez I have old pictures on-line at www.celestial-abyss.org You will notice on the front I have a B.C. Rich Mockingbird Acrylic model. It unfortunetly doesn't have the tone that I have with the Ibanez.
i have played this axe on a few occasions and every time i play it, it makes me want to buy one even more. to anybody that wants a solid rock guitar, this is the one you want.
I own a mid-90's DT400 Destroyer and thought I'd get one of these as a backup. It feels ALMOST the same, but not quite. It has one weak spot, the pickups. The first thing I did was replace the Powersounds with Ibanez QM-1s and QM-2s. Now it sounds like my 400.
this guitar was not my first choice but once i got it it was a sweet guitar.
Would have liked to have two volume, and two tone controls (and pickup selector on opposite side of guitar). Amazing pickups. Very reliable, full toned sustain. For the price, I can't believe it. I bought it as a seventh guitar (to use behind PRS singlecuts, Gibson Les Pauls, etc.) and this guitar is actually my number one choice live. Looks cool, sounds unbelievable. There is a slight misbalance on my DT, where the headstock outweighs the body ever so slightly... watch out for that as your guitar's neck may fall towards the ground when you take your hands off of it (since of course you'd be using a strap).
Iv'e had a lot of experience with a few destroyers. I just picked up a DT200 and I love it. It screams!!!!
this wasn't my first choice for a guitar, but it was the only thing that i could afford that seemed half good. once i got this home i realized that it is way better then i would have expected it to be. if you're looking for a guitar with good quality and sound and you don't have a lot of money, then i suggest picking one of these up!