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post #1 of 35 (permalink) Old 12-30-2006, 09:05 PM Thread Starter
 
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I think the folks at Ibanez deserve a big round of applause

See all those new models( http://www.jemsite.com/forums/showth...t=56388&page=8 ), I was very happy. They are definately going in the right direction! I'll be broke 2007 for sure.



So..... Kudos Ibanez!

And you know, 2008 will be the 100 anniversary..... I expect something pretty killer for that
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And you know, 2008 will be the 100 anniversary..... I expect something pretty killer for that
I bet it will be limited edition and thousands of dollars
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I think I'm gonna hold off until NAMM before I say positive or otherwise. --Jason
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The new RG8 looks sweet .

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If we see more of those "samples" that have been leaking everywhere at NAMM, then definetally! Ibanez has been stepping in the right direction
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Re: I think the folks at Ibanez deserve a big round of applause

I agree ! Congrats Ibanez , we talked and it seems like you listened.

Cheers !

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THANK YOU IBANEZ!!!
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the 06 line up is looking very tasty indeed!!
thank you so much for listening, I'm sure it wont go without its rewards ($$$$!!)
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Well done Ibanez, and thankyou!!!
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Yeah well done on taking the tops off of those BRMRs and adding a vine

Sincere thanks for the 20th RGs though
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Besides the girly pink RG, Ibanez has been listening to what we have to say. It's only a matter of time before they start bringing back more maple 'boarded RGs. Yum!
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Ibanez rocks!!!
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See all those new models( http://www.jemsite.com/forums/showth...t=56388&page=8 ), I was very happy. They are definately going in the right direction! I'll be broke 2007 for sure.



So..... Kudos Ibanez!

And you know, 2008 will be the 100 anniversary..... I expect something pretty killer for that
Some of those are definitely NOT production guitars, from what I've heard, but some of those also are.

I agree, this lineup has the most signs of life of anything Ibanez has done in recent memory. An entry level but functional K7, a new S7 with an honest to god ZR7, the RG8... Loads of new colors, loads of new models - good news alll around.
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Some of those are definitely NOT production guitars, from what I've heard, but some of those also are.

I agree, this lineup has the most signs of life of anything Ibanez has done in recent memory. An entry level but functional K7, a new S7 with an honest to god ZR7, the RG8... Loads of new colors, loads of new models - good news alll around.
which ones are not?
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which ones are not?
The good ones probably
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