Ibanez Electric Club

gonzo

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salt lake city utah
man, this thread is old!!
heheh, but i never got to thrown mine in the ring.

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mystichands

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Jan 3, 2014
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NW Colorado
I have two Ibanez guitars
1999 As80
2007 As73
I like them both, but mostly play the Tele. They’re well made and built like tanks. I’m glad I have them. I don’t need a 335, as these are pretty good substitutes and I’m can’t afford a Gibson nowadays.
 

ScubaGeek

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NGD!!! I finally have a green RS-135, and I only paid $476 bucks for it, including shipping, taxes, and the 10 dollar fee for picking it up at The UPS Store. I just have to find a case for it, and figure out what I'm gonna do about that bridge pickup. This brings my RS-135 count up to three, and my overall Roadstar count up to four!
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cooltouch

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Hey ScubaGeek -- what's wrong with your RS-135's bridge pickup? It looks a lot like a single-coil-sized humbucker that Seymour Duncan called a "Hot Stax" back in the early 80s. Or maybe "Hot Stacks." I had a custom Strat built for me back then and it had three of those Hot Stax in it. And I loved them! So, if you're getting rid of that pickup, let me know, cuz I want it. SD still makes a Hot Stack, but it looks a lot different now.
 




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