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Ibanez AXS32

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Kirk44's review (Ibanez - AXS32)

By Kirk44, 28/12/2005
Made in Indonesia
22 frets with no markings microphones: AH3 (Humbuckers) neck AH4 (Humbuckers) bridge
Full Tune II bridge
no possibility of a vibrato strings fit in the body to facilitate the holding of the tuning
4 knobs, two volume and two tones for each of the microphones and a 3 position selector
lumberjack handle !!!!!!!

UTILIZATION

It is therefore a handle woodcutter takes some getting used is not easy to use ...
CHAC is easy to acute
ba good as the black dots all SG guitars leaning his cot a lot of the big race ... dsequilibre ... but its weight is good
we get a good sound ... trs as plain as distortion in

I put 8 in the handle and dsequilibre

SOUNDS

Yes it is suitable to my style rather punk rock
I play with a Boss MT-2 and a peavey studio pro 112 and it's perfect!
you can get a little bit of everything but rather fat!
I love all of the scratching sounds ...

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a month
I like everything except the handle is confusing but otherwise perfect ...
I jou with strata of yamaha sg les paul or epiphone or fender jaguar of the scratches and I really like compared to other models ...
report quality price is excellent!
yes I think I would do the same choice
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Drivemad's review (Ibanez - AXS32)

By Drivemad, 23/07/2003
Made probably Ibaniezerie East.
22 frets with no markings Yep beginners who are looking at your fingers you will suffer ;-)
Marking a tiny dot on the edge of the button.

No vibrato the strings pass through the body of the guitar, and that's it, keeping the blow notes outstanding, and no tuning problems.

2 double pickups, independent volume and tone for each pickup, so in all four knobs, 3 position selector micro.
Classical, but it's a real advantage of the dosing volume independence, especially in an intermediate position :-)

The look sleek and SG special varnish that scratches which betrayed the grain of wood are that it is just BEAUTIFUL, even without the plug you can show off by hanging on the walls, next to your gold records; -)

UTILIZATION

Ha ... the handle is the handle of a lumberjack ... schredders go your way (generally go your way hehe).
Do not expect to spend your solo 300 an hour under pain of cramps even if you do 3 hours of digital weight per day (not watching movies late at night eh hihihi).

The neck is for rhythm or solo well but suffering from heavy tapping, sweeping and other bluff will return to their appetites.

But rhythm is happiness, even a little speed plans go well, for the palm muting it seems that there is a specially made to hold, and Arpeggios have a feeling that flows under the ropes your pick!

Access to Acute is correct, this one cuts easier.
The frets are soft, not too high nor too low, you can always play for hours with the same comfort.

The guitar is light enough and the game is very comfortable standing by against thinking of buying straps locks! They are not installed original and it is always embarrassing to see disastrous to lose your guitar during a concert.
Or how avoided the shame Supreme investing 20 euros max ... it's a reliable witness who speaks, when it happened to you, it is converted to life :-)

SOUNDS

Ha sounds ... and brace yourself!
This guitar sounds good send fat, dirty and yet strangely defined.
Big welcome disto microphones hold the road and have a good level of output.
But the ultimate is up with the Fuzz, so here it becomes egg and you may take you to the god of thunder!
Amateur big sound 'stoner' choose your weapon I defy you ...

The clean sounds are quite noisy and aggressive (requires dual microphones) in acute, but round and smooth as a serious yaghourt position.

OVERALL OPINION

I bought 3 weeks ago and I'm still happy.
I think the pickups are doing with honor, especially since I already own a ibanez much more expensive, and I prefer those of the AX-S 32.
But it may be that my ears enjoy the fresh ;-)

In addition it seems that this guitar is very poorly distributed, and that there were only 10 for France at a low price ... hurry up!

For info I've seen on sites close to U.S. $ 1,100 and I paid less than 600 ...

Thank you for importing bugs! :-)
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Ibanez AXS32 (Ibanez - AXS32)

By MGR/Anonymous, 20/03/2004
Got this guitar at Long and Mcquade for 480 bucks Canadian.

The action was really low and still no buzz.
It is very easy to play and not too heavy.



Nothing really

The construction was excellent. The neck is bound with an inlay job that makes it look awesome. The looks were appealing too.

This guitar was EXCELLENT for not that much money. Well done Ibanez

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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jafar83's review (Ibanez - AXS32)

By jafar83, 25/02/2007
Made in core
21 frets, 2 humbucker
2 knobs Tone selector 3 positions micro
handle not thick but broad, yet not drangan
original look

USE

The handle and thick but not drangant, yet I used to play on a Strat, the handle is pleasant
access to acute ais except perhaps for the last cargo

SONORITS

Mtal clean sounds and acoustic trsrussis more typsmtal distortion sounds, but it lacks precision, the sound is a little too "cold"
its nice crunch
I use a Peavey Valve King 112 all-tube amp with a zoom g2 most of the time, the sound is especially good for the metal but lacks precision
blues sound is not top the top

NOTICE GLOBAL

I use it for 5 months
I like his look, and clear sound for acoustic and Mtal
I tried several models before this one, but not comparable because they are gibsons or fender
so we effectively guitar for its price, but quickly shows its limits on good amps, even when it is better to turn to lag or washburn I think
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