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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-12-2007, 06:21 PM Thread Starter
 
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My latest pickup, a GR-320 Ghost Rider. They made the 220, 320,and 520
series from 93 to 96. From what I've been able to find out the 320's are
the hardest to find. When it got here the action was too high for my
tastes. So she's in the shop right now......$20 for a quick setup and it's
good to go. I plugged it into my amp before I brought it there and I was
shocked at the tone this little beast produces!! Yup.....that was $280
well spent!!
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-12-2007, 06:30 PM Thread Starter
 
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DOH!!!!........what a noob,I just noticed I posted this in the non Ibanez
section. Oh well, since it was made in the Samick plant I suppose it half
way qualifies....LOL!!
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Re: And now for something completely different...

Cool guitar, but i would change the knobs and neck humbucker to black. The hardware looks cosmo though is it?
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I LOVE the GR. I want a 520.
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I thought it was going to be something about Monty Python. What a nice guitar, too bad I fell out of my chair though turning my head to look at it. OUCH. sniff sniff.

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I also thought it was going to be Monty Python related. Good looking guitar man.
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Nice guitars... Alex Skolnick sold his custom GR on our favorite auction site a while back... went over $2k... for $280, that's definitely a darn good deal. What pickups does it have?

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Thanks guys, first off, I agree I'm not crazy about the knobs but I think
they are the stock ones. The bezel for the neck pup?......dont know if
it's stock or not. I'm toying with the idea of getting a couple of cream
bobbin toppers and going the zebra route. I believe the tuners are cosmo
but the tele style bridge isn't. I have a zebra Tone Zone and Air Norton I
just got off of "you know where" but they're F spaced. (I think I'll throw
them in my 91 S540 LTD. Besides this little thing pretty much roars as is.
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Re: And now for something completely different...

I would say go all black but whatever you want :P
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Re: And now for something completely different...

Leave it the way it is. It looks killer.
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they are the stock ones. The bezel for the neck pup?......dont know if it's stock or not.
Yes, it's stock. What isn't stock is the bridge. It should have a Tune-O-Matic, like a Les Paul. Regardless, I would change the pickup bezel to black because, without the stock setup, it looks weird and doesn't match. Zebra's, or creme pickups would look cool.
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no the 320 does have a tele style bridge. look at the pics here http://ibanezregister.com/

the 520 has the tuno o matic.
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