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03-15-2013 12:06 PM
HalfStackAttack
Re: My EX3700

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Originally Posted by metalz View Post
Where ex3700 were made? Japan or Korea?
They were the made in Korea in 1993-1994, they were made as an experimental RG. They made them EX's so that if they didn't do well they wouldn't ruin the reputation of the RG.... But like I said before, don't believe anybody that says they are low quality, it is just someone who probably looked up the guitar online and saw where it was made and has never played it. If i come across another I will not hesitate to buy it.
03-15-2013 10:05 AM
metalz
Re: My EX3700

Where ex3700 were made? Japan or Korea?
03-14-2013 07:34 PM
HalfStackAttack
Re: My EX3700

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Originally Posted by Mark_McQ View Post
Came with Ibanez Powersound pickups, which are usually referred to as 'Poorersound'. Those got dumped and I stuck a DiMarzio Evo in the bridge and a Paf Pro in the neck. Running it with a 5 way superswitch which coil splits them in positions 2 and 4. Sounds fantastic.
The semi-hollow is really just a gimmick chamber on the top half, so it still retains the sound of a solid body.




Halfstack, that looks awesome. LOVE that half pickguard. Is that a modified RG one or custom job to fit?
It is custom but i do believe the RG would work perfect just cutting it in half. Mine doesn't have that sharp long point that the RG's have
03-14-2013 05:26 PM
Mark_McQ
Re: My EX3700

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Originally Posted by satchmo72 View Post
How does that thing sound? That is cool. I haven't seen one of those either.
Came with Ibanez Powersound pickups, which are usually referred to as 'Poorersound'. Those got dumped and I stuck a DiMarzio Evo in the bridge and a Paf Pro in the neck. Running it with a 5 way superswitch which coil splits them in positions 2 and 4. Sounds fantastic.
The semi-hollow is really just a gimmick chamber on the top half, so it still retains the sound of a solid body.




Halfstack, that looks awesome. LOVE that half pickguard. Is that a modified RG one or custom job to fit?
03-14-2013 01:31 AM
HalfStackAttack
Re: My EX3700

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Originally Posted by satchmo72 View Post
Is that Green? Or Blue? That is awesome wither way!!
Its green and thanks
03-14-2013 12:47 AM
satchmo72
Re: My EX3700

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Originally Posted by Mark_McQ View Post
That's awesome. I love seeing unusual older models. I have the EX1700F which is a semi-hollow version of that, but with a non locking trem.
Despite being the low end range, I find myself really liking the EX series. Necks on them are very comfy.


How does that thing sound? That is cool. I haven't seen one of those either.
03-14-2013 12:40 AM
satchmo72
Re: My EX3700

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Originally Posted by HalfStackAttack View Post
Attachment 3852
There it is
Is that Green? Or Blue? That is awesome wither way!!
03-13-2013 11:48 PM
GUITARMAGEDDON
Re: My EX3700

wow that is awesome! that pickguard is giving me ideas..
03-13-2013 09:28 PM
HalfStackAttack
Re: My EX3700

Attachment 3852
There it is
03-13-2013 07:50 PM
Mark_McQ
Re: My EX3700

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Originally Posted by LonePhantom View Post
Nice guitars guys. That semi-hollow EX is interesting, never seen one like that before.
Very short run between 93/94. Think it ended due to poor sales. If I recall it never appeared in any of the catalogs, only a supplemental one from Winter 93.
Would love to get my hands on another one or two.
03-13-2013 06:55 PM
LonePhantom
Re: My EX3700

Nice guitars guys. That semi-hollow EX is interesting, never seen one like that before.
03-13-2013 05:39 PM
HalfStackAttack
Re: My EX3700

That too is awesome, I have never seen that guitar. yeah, the neck is so amazing, I tend to neglect some real nice guitars because of that guitar. I'll post some better pictures when i get home.
03-13-2013 04:01 PM
Mark_McQ
Re: My EX3700

That's awesome. I love seeing unusual older models. I have the EX1700F which is a semi-hollow version of that, but with a non locking trem.
Despite being the low end range, I find myself really liking the EX series. Necks on them are very comfy.



03-13-2013 12:43 PM
HalfStackAttack
My EX3700

Attachment 3851

This is my Ibanez EX3700 (sorry that's the only pic i have on me, I'm at work )
I have never seen another with my own eyes. I have seen them on the internet but not too often. This guitar plays like a dream. I have heard people say they are low quality but it is far from it, I will never part from this guitar.

It has EMG 85/81 in the neck and bridge (Bought it with them in it)
and I threw a EMG-SA in the mid.

Guitar is a beast.

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