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post #1 of 32 (permalink) Old 08-09-2008, 10:57 PM Thread Starter
 
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I think Ibanez should make a custom shop similar to ESP and PRS where you can order different woods and pickups as well as the greater quality of materials. Also, you can start using the original Edge again, even just in the custom shop models. You do it on reissues, so why can't you do it on other guitars?
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post #2 of 32 (permalink) Old 08-09-2008, 11:36 PM
 
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Amen to this!
A custom shop would be amazing from ibanez

to bad it wont happen

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Good thing Ibanez cares more about what someone posts on a message board than their bottom line. They probably never even considered this. In fact I think Ibanez is actually ran by monkeys who do little more than fling feces at each other 50+ hours a week. Clearly, it takes someone of true genius to suggest it for the 1000th time. Im sure Tak will read this and get the wheels in motion to open a CS within the year. A custom shop, like other guitar makers have. Awesome idea.
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In fact I think Ibanez is actually ran by monkeys who do little more than fling feces at each other 50+ hours a week.
Man, where can I sign up for that job? I'm really good at flinging poo.

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PS - Search if your friend. It helps to avoid repetitive topics.
Proofreading is your friend. It helps catch grammatical errors
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Ibanez does have a custom shop. It's called wait over 9 months, bitch on Jemsite about vendors, and try to remember why you wanted a custom to begin with shop.
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Good thing Ibanez cares more about what someone posts on a message board than their bottom line. They probably never even considered this. In fact I think Ibanez is actually ran by monkeys who do little more than fling feces at each other 50+ hours a week. Clearly, it takes someone of true genius to suggest it for the 1000th time. Im sure Tak will read this and get the wheels in motion to open a CS within the year. A custom shop, like other guitar makers have. Awesome idea.
A noobie made an error.

No need to be a dick about it.
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A noobie made an error.

No need to be a dick about it.

A noobie to what, the internet or just forums in general?

Cid is not being a dick, he is being Cid...

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A noobie made an error.

No need to be a dick about it.
Being a dick? Never.

Im impressed with his incredible ability to know what Ibanez should do to be aprofitable company. Kudos to him for being daring and innovative enough to not only be the first person to come up with the idea, but simultaneously being able to be the 1000th person to start a thread about it.
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Being a dick? Never.

Im impressed with his incredible ability to know what Ibanez should do to be aprofitable company. Kudos to him for being daring and innovative enough to not only be the first person to come up with the idea, but simultaneously being able to be the 1000th person to start a thread about it.


Look, if you can't act like an adult, I refuse to pursue this any further.
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Thanks for posting a message to tell me you wont be responding to me anymore.
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Oh god...

Not again...

Elcid, pass me the gat when you're done with it.
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