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Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by Alienware, Sep 21, 2017.
Im sure gonna get one
Looks like a nice guitar but likely too aggressive sounding for me. A happier color and lighter sounding pickups, and I would think about it.
No thanks. It's too.... "metal".
Like the grain-visible wood and 3-piece neck, but no fret markers is a deal-breaker for me.
You call that an Ibanez Tele....Here's an Ibanez TELE!.......made in Japan with Seymours so it's a real sweety.
Looks like very poor QC to me, not only can they not get the string ferrules in a straight line, the bolts holding the neck to the body are all over the place.
Dayem... I like! How much do they say it is?
Er, no - it's nothing like a tele. Why would you ask ?
If you are wondering whether posting it on a telecaster forum was a good idea, well folks on here love all kinds of guitars and will be happy to give you their opinions
Nice guitar though. I'm an ex Ibanez owner myself, so I know the quality will be there. After that it's all all subjective.
I presume there is a 7 string version?
Like I Said it's Tele styled
Ibanez succeeded where others could not. Make a truly badass modern Tele, and then put it into mass production.
Killer metal tones, superbly brutal visual appointments, and a super fast neck.This guitar screams metal.
It is definitely not your father’s Tele.
Ibanez is one of the few guitar manufacturers coming up with original ideas anymore.
It's a tele flavored Ibanez. Ibanez makes good guitars. I would switch the 81 and 85 for the 57/64 in brushed nickel, I have this in a hagstrom and they rip in a very sweet way.
Its vaguely Tele shaped.Thats as close as it gets.
Looks like a nice Ibanez though.
If there's a super strat, then that's a super tele!
That ain't nobody's tele. And I'm relatively lax on the subject--that Talman is miles closer.