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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-29-2007, 07:17 PM Thread Starter
 
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S7320

Hey guys i saw this guitar over the weekend and i wondering if any you guys that already have it could point me towards...
any feedback whatsoever is going to be really helpfull, reviews anything...
thanx guys..
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-30-2007, 09:15 AM
 
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Re: S7320

The ZR bridge on that guitar is really cool...
It would also use some good pickups: try Air Norton 7 and Blaze II bridge.
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but you do recomend that guitar... its a buyer?
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post #4 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-30-2007, 12:58 PM
 
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yeah I recomend the guitar, S series are great guitar's especially 7 stringer's
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post #5 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-30-2007, 01:53 PM Thread Starter
 
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Re: S7320

thanx guys, last year a friend of mine was selling a S 7stringer but i think it was the before model, you know the green one, but when i ask him he told me that he had sold it a week ago... i guess it must have the lo-pro 7 on that one... i really like that one very much, that's why i'm looking for a 7 stringer...
thanx you guys.
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well if it was the green one it more than likely had a Lo-TRS or Lo-TRS II (no difference IMO) and im not all for the ZR trem's but it's a BIG step up from TRS
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post #7 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-31-2007, 12:49 PM
 
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It definitely is a buyer, though it is Korean.
Gotta love that ZR!!!
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post #8 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-04-2007, 02:41 PM Thread Starter
 
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well let me tell you guys that last saturday i spend lots of quality time with it... and i was very disapointed... dont know if i'm already accustom to the RG body but that was the begining... the sound was flabby and not that solid, i know th AH pups are not that hot. i guess the mahogany is not that resonant for my taste... i'd better try some other S guitars to make my final decision...
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post #9 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-04-2007, 03:40 PM
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Re: S7320

Hey man, how did it play? You say the sound didn't impress you, but pickups can be changed. Was the build quality good? The reason I ask is because I have considered buying the S7320, but my main choice would be a 1527 or 7620. Whichever 7 I end up with, I was expecting to replace the pickups anyway, so if the S7320 is a good guitar that can be improved with new pups, I might still consider it.

There is such a lack of choice in the 7-string market.
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There is such a lack of choice in the 7-string market.
Definately, I've been looking at them more recently, im not too keane on the RB 1527, but i mite end up buying it anyway simply because its all thats there.

I'd rather have the grey 7620 anyday.
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Hey man, how did it play? You say the sound didn't impress you, but pickups can be changed. Was the build quality good? The reason I ask is because I have considered buying the S7320, but my main choice would be a 1527 or 7620. Whichever 7 I end up with, I was expecting to replace the pickups anyway, so if the S7320 is a good guitar that can be improved with new pups, I might still consider it.

There is such a lack of choice in the 7-string market.
i know that the AH pups are not he greatest pups in the market but the guitar didnt feel good to me... maybe if they should brought another one (same model) if would be different, you know 2 guitars will not sound the same... i played it unplugged and it had nothing for me...
i'm also looking in the market for a 7 stringer... a 7620 should be fine for me... but is hard to find... the 1527 would be a nicer choice...
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Definately, I've been looking at them more recently, im not too keane on the RB 1527, but i mite end up buying it anyway simply because its all thats there.
Yep, same. I have horrific GAS for the 1527, actually. Either the black one or the blue will be OK, I'd go for white pickups and knobs plus a custom pickguard. As it is, I just can't get excited by it, it's too bland. With a pickup upgrade I'm sure it's pretty much as good as a UV, only without the bling, but that suits me fine. I just need an all-round players guitar that can do everything. This is partly to keep the mileage off the RG 20th.

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i know that the AH pups are not he greatest pups in the market but the guitar didnt feel good to me... maybe if they should brought another one (same model) if would be different, you know 2 guitars will not sound the same... i played it unplugged and it had nothing for me...
i'm also looking in the market for a 7 stringer... a 7620 should be fine for me... but is hard to find... the 1527 would be a nicer choice...
Thanks man.
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