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Quite impressive (Ibanez - AG75)

By tnamias, 19/09/2011
I do not know where manufactured in Asia, a next edit will correct this approximation.
Floating Bridge ART-1 type Tune-o-matic tailpiece + "lyre" über-class.
Set Mahogany neck, rosewood probably key but not sure.
22 frets, 2 humbuckers, Les Paul e (2V/2T/1 switch)
BIG big plus for the switch: First it is feeble and does not give the impression of wanting to stay between the fingers, second it is right above the knobs No more unwanted micro changes before each lift arm!

UTILIZATION

The handle is made in Ibanez, so fast and efficient, I would have saw a little rounder but I like crossbows, me.
Not very heavy, lightweight next to my Les Paul, my shoulders (Niark) thanks me.
Access to acute enough because of cosmic bead combo box + hulk, but you get very quickly, surprisingly.
The knobs are simple enough that first understand the snail came and the little grip around feels really good when you sweat like a cow down a bar.

SOUNDS

Bah is a jazz guitar, I bought it to play jazz on this level then no problem, except the bridge pickup a little box, but somehow I do not play that neck pickup, so ...
Nets mounted flat 11-53 D'Addario, it's just beautiful and so, so smooth ...
Precisely, the neck pickup is amazing, not deaf at all, and to (thanks to the good tone knob) a staggering range of sounds fairly given the ridiculous price of corny. I play either on a Kustom Defender 112 (50W lamp), and then it sends a very big sound really hot (I still vibrates), either directly on the console and even then do we feel Ibanez s' is not done for us.
And with a little delay / chorus / reverb in the ass, it's ecstasy. With a Fuzz Factory for that matter, it makes pretty good saturation and very well OD, short versatility and quality.
Unplugged, it sounds good too, but lack of potato: this is where we feel (a little, just is not huge) and 350 euros.

OVERALL OPINION

I bought it new in February of Tho, after trying two to three models of their kind. The neck pickup and set neck are really the most from this guitar, the price / quality ratio simply great, as the violin of quality at this price point is not found.
Of course with a higher budget I would type above, but I'm really surprised by this guitar, and more and more every day. I'd almost come to abandon my other cherished in his favor, it said.
That is, to put in the hands of those who are tired of cheesy sounds and want the sweetness, roundness ... And one look to fall.
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heike's review (Ibanez - AG75)

By heike, 31/12/2006
Very pleasant to play guitar. Although inspired by models of Benson.

UTILIZATION

Channel Very nice, not addicted, if you're a bit handy you can easily file the frets a bit of Hendrix.

SOUNDS

I play soul and jazz, and I must say I am very happy even if there are more expensive models, this one is perfect, because it is an excellent compromise.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for the stage and the studio and it remains very stable, no bad surprises.
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m.balthazar's review (Ibanez - AG95)

By m.balthazar, 01/12/2012
Japanese brand electric guitar made in China in 2007.
Hollowbody (70 mm) with figured bubinga top, back and sides.
Spruce parallel bracing.
3 piece Artcore Deluxe mahogany and maple neck.
Trussrod accessible through headstock.
Rosewood fingerboard with Artcore Deluxe abalone markers, 12" radius.
22 frets Medium Jumbo (width : 2.7 mm, height : 1.1 mm).
Ceramic humbucker pickups ACH1 and ACH2 (Artec).
Tune-O-Matic type ART-1 bridge (Sung Il Hitech).
VT100 Tailpiece.
Bubinga pickguard.
3 way switch and knobs (Alpha) for volume control (500kohm linear) and tone (500kohm logarithmic + .022uf capacitor) for each pickup.
Grover type machine heads (Jin-Ho Instrument).
10-46 roundwound strings.
Scale lenght of 628 mm (24.75").
Gold hardware.
Transparent red finish.
Polyurethan lacquer.
Weight : 2.9 kg.
I have the original gigbag that fit perfectly the guitar.


UTILIZATION

Very pleasant neck. Access to highs correct. Good ergonomics, is the smallest of the Artcore series with the same dimensions as the GB10. The tuners are nice.
Well adjust nut. No frets problem.
The bridge base fit perfectly the top.
Pots and switch work fine and without any noise. Well made wiring (invisible through the f-holes)

SOUNDS

I replaced the original pickups, whatsoever, by Seymour Duncan Seth Lover.
Replaced the TOM bridge by an ebony one. Replaced strings by Thomastik-Infeld flatwounds Jazz Swing 13-53 and set the truss-rod. The sounds are very good, well defined and very round, very warm with the neck pickup.
Used on a Fender Eighty-Five no effect on the clean channel.

OVERALL OPINION

Bought used, I use it for 1 year. The finish is above suspicion except the golden finish on tailpiece which is not very strong. Some parasitic vibrations of the pickguard set by a few strokes of a screwdriver and a piece of foam.
What I like least: Flash Gordon logo on the head.
What I like most: everything else and essantialy the neck.
Excellent price / quality ratio.
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superb guitar (Ibanez - AG96)

By chamanblues, 03/02/2014
handle moderately fine but easy access to acute
super micro, warm and round sound, forget the metal is not made for that.
tone knobs are like any guitar, very useful for me.
but what is nice is that the switch is down and not up where this may change with a bad shot.

UTILIZATION

impressive guitar but nice enough to wear especially standing.
good access to acute with cutaway
we get a jazzy, blues and funk to rock but this is not what it was better for sure.

SOUNDS

I rule just slightly lowering the tone knob but this is rare because the sound is already a little deaf tell us.
I'm in a cover band jazz so yes it's fine.
I play on a Peavy tube so good sound.
I do not like the distortion on the humbucker but adjusting well the amp and through my pedal equalizer can play "europa" santana is magic
I put 8 because must say it's still a typical guitar.

OVERALL OPINION

I used it for 2 years was my second electric guitar, I had tried many, especially Ibanez like this and a Hohner at the time and it is this that came out of the lot.
Although it is expensive but well worth it, so yes I would do this choice or I would have chosen the model above but lack of funds forced ...
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