Originally Posted by screamndemon69
Which Ibanez and amp did you turn over?
I sold my Anderson, my Ibanez 20062 and a Triaxis I acquired in a trade and this more than financed the Suhr and helped me downsize by one guitar. The Anderson was awesome, but I wasn't in love with it and it had locking tuners and a double-locking FR system. So it was a pain to restring as the locking tuners were really stiff and tough to deal with. The Suhr has Sperzels which I'm really fond of.
Gurj, here are the specs:
Basswood body, maple top
Neck: Even C Slim .800-.880
Frets: Jumbo stainless steel
Sperzel locking tuners
Neck pickup: JST DSV Humbucker
Bridge pickup: JST DSH Humbucker
Abalone Face, Side Dots & Logo
Dazza, it's obviously a different feel from the BFR, but both of these guitars are top notch quality. The Suhr neck feels narrower (not necessarily thinner but regarding width) and I got jumbo frets which are quite a bit larger than the BFR's. The Suhr gets some great Stratty tones with the split neck coil and the BFR has the metal stuff covered, obviously. I'm very partial to the JP trem (best-trem-ever, ha!) but this Suhr trem is extremely well made and sustains nicely - it's called a 510 whatever that means
. I wanted a guitar without a Floyd as I have enough Floyd equipped axes. I hope I can dial in some tones at a good, loud volume today. I would say so far this is the most articulate sounding guitar I've played. It makes everything jump out - the good and the bad. No room for making errors, ha. But when you play it well, it sounds amazing.