Re: Say hello to my lil' friend 1987 JEM7RB
The point I was trying to make is that Ibanez guitars are becoming a larger percentage of what I own and like to play. I grew up around the Fender and Gibson philosophy here in the midwest US, and if it wasn't "American Made" then it was considered inferior by the folks around me. I didn't know any different at the time, so I believed them. It didn't help matters any when in high school all I could afford was a cheap Hondo II Les Paul copy. Although it was good enough to learn on, it was a horrible guitar compared to more expensive better built instruments I have now. I still have a few strats and a les paul or two, but they get very little playing time now since discovering the JEM. Now I just need to get the amp situation sorted out. After reading posts here for a while, I purchased a Legacy Head. It sounds ok, but not completely what I was hoping for. I do not have the legacy cab, and I think that may be the difference. The legacy has tremendous power and the lower end just dominates. I am looking to get a little more high end out of it, and I think the vintage 30's in the legacy cab might do it?