|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|10-08-2002 06:02 PM|
|sniperfrommars1||how about a vine inlay tattoo?|
|10-08-2002 11:29 AM|
Originally Posted by darren wilson
|10-07-2002 09:58 PM|
|Knightmeir||I got my nipples pierced. I'm having trouble deciding if that, or having a vine inlay on my 7VWH is better. It's a tough decision.|
|10-06-2002 08:45 PM|
Originally Posted by bduersch
|10-06-2002 08:02 PM|
Originally Posted by dcord
|10-06-2002 10:59 AM|
|lightningLick||yeah i saw one which was the same kinda thing on a lute in a museum while i was in italy... it looked very very cool i must say... i immediatley thought JEM hehehe|
|10-06-2002 09:12 AM|
|THE UNIVERSAL ONE||If I'm not mistaken, I believe I have seen an inlay almost exactly matching the Ibanez vine on a stringed instrument hundred's of years old. I think it was from the Italian renaissance. Very intricate and beautiful craftsmanship on the instrument, likewise with the majority of Ibanez guitars.|
|10-04-2002 11:16 PM|
|sniperfrommars1||I know which style hes talking about. Im just adding that vine inlays of all kinds have been around since the beginning of modern music basically|
|10-04-2002 09:35 PM|
Right, but he's referring the the Ibanez style vine inlay. It's been in use since the early seventies. Cool eh?
Personally, I dig the doubleneck.
|10-04-2002 05:54 PM|
|sniperfrommars1||The few guitars stradivarius made had a vine rosette inlay around the sound hole which looks kind of interesting. Vines have been around forever and they just typically look good. Guitars had a period of being thought of as a not so serious instrument for a long time. Essentially segovia revived the guitar, but at the time, guitar making had dwindled and most were very plain|
|10-04-2002 05:31 PM|
|darren wilson||Vines go back even further... i've seen acoustic guitars from the '20s and '30s with vine-like inlay patterns.|
|10-04-2002 04:49 PM|
|littlegreenman||not at all, vines have been inlayed forever, it's a traditional inlay, the vine on the Jems was used on Ibanez's long before Jems too, there are slight variations, but not much, kind of dissappointing, but, hey, the Jems are still the only neon ones out there|
|10-04-2002 04:35 PM|
Tree Of Life on a 1975 Ibanez
Check out the link above.
I had always thought that the vine inlay was introduced on the JEM.