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12-18-2007 10:04 AM
nuno
Re: Ibanez, what about endorsing... her?

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Originally Posted by DavyH View Post
A lot of the 'girly' guitars are too girly...
...yet keeping wide necks, which aren't really fitting a girl's hand size... they should bring back some of those nice '86 Roadstars pre-RG which had narrow (yet sleek) necks and Fender-style small frets, maybe white or purple or whatever girls like, and there they go.
12-18-2007 06:25 AM
DavyH
Re: Ibanez, what about endorsing... her?

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Originally Posted by Ibateur View Post
Having her on the front page of the Ibanez site(s) would probably attract a couple of women into the Ibanez market
That's a valid point. A lot of the 'girly' guitars are too girly without being particularly light - the S series strikes me as being the perfect weight for a relatively small woman without being branded a girl's guitar.
12-17-2007 04:15 AM
Ibateur
Re: Ibanez, what about endorsing... her?

Having her on the front page of the Ibanez site(s) would probably attract a couple of women into the Ibanez market.... and even more men

... AND SHE'S AWESOME....

There I'm still on topic.
12-17-2007 03:18 AM
jono
Re: Ibanez, what about endorsing... her?

Lets get all the way back on topic people otherwise i'm just going to delete all the posts bar the first.
12-15-2007 08:42 PM
matt7
Re: Ibanez, what about endorsing... her?

She looks identical to a violinist I know. Its actually uncanny.
12-15-2007 12:29 PM
OLIE_ROCKS_THE_80'S
Re: Ibanez, what about endorsing... her?

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Originally Posted by Lefty Robb View Post
I've said it before, and I'll say it again, Lori Linstruth is the HOTTEST guitarist alive..
Oh yeah!!! One of the hottest in my book!!!
12-15-2007 12:43 AM
Lefty Robb
Re: Ibanez, what about endorsing... her?

I've said it before, and I'll say it again, Lori Linstruth is the HOTTEST guitarist alive..
12-11-2007 09:04 PM
waylay00
Re: Ibanez, what about endorsing... her?

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Originally Posted by C.Thep View Post
shouldn't she be endorsing ibanez? not ibanez endorsing her? hehehehe
It could go either way. Obviously, it means "to back something/to be in support of something," so you could take it both ways. Either she is backing Ibanez's product, or Ibanez is backing her as a player.
12-11-2007 07:56 PM
C.Thep
Re: Ibanez, what about endorsing... her?

shouldn't she be endorsing ibanez? not ibanez endorsing her? hehehehe
12-11-2007 07:21 PM
waylay00
Re: Ibanez, what about endorsing... her?

My friend has a HM Strat with the Spyder, and it's great. Just as good, if not higher quality than most Ibanezes I've played.
12-11-2007 02:37 AM
OLIE_ROCKS_THE_80'S
Re: Ibanez, what about endorsing... her?

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Originally Posted by eelblack2 View Post
They were definitely the MIJ HM Strats. I only called them Squire's because its hard for me to call anything that doesnt have 3 single coils and a pickguard a "Strat". Just purely picky/wierdness on my part.

The bridge and the neck shape were what threw me off on the HM strats. Probably again, just picky/wierdness on my part. I actually dug the later Talons a bit more probably because of 550-like vibe.
You are definitely entitled to not like the trems! I just wanted to point out that they are not low quality or have crappy tuning stability, Kahlers are great trems, I love them as much as my OFR, Edge, Lo pro's, wonder bar, wilkinson, Gotoh, Schaller etc...
12-10-2007 07:16 PM
IbanezFreak777
Re: Ibanez, what about endorsing... her?

Back to the lady guitarist, she's great, but don't you think she needs to be playing Ibanez guitars first off to even be thought of as a representative of Ibanez.
12-10-2007 07:14 PM
eelblack2
Re: Ibanez, what about endorsing... her?

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Originally Posted by OLIE_ROCKS_THE_80'S View Post
Are you sure you had Fender HMs??? you mentioned in one of your posts "Squire" and there were lower end HM squire models available back then, which aren't up to par with the Fender HM. The Fender HM is on the same league with the Ibanez prestige models and no less.
They were definitely the MIJ HM Strats. I only called them Squire's because its hard for me to call anything that doesnt have 3 single coils and a pickguard a "Strat". Just purely picky/wierdness on my part.

The bridge and the neck shape were what threw me off on the HM strats. Probably again, just picky/wierdness on my part. I actually dug the later Talons a bit more probably because of 550-like vibe.
12-10-2007 03:53 PM
OLIE_ROCKS_THE_80'S
Re: Ibanez, what about endorsing... her?

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Originally Posted by rty13ibz98 View Post
my hm strat has a floyd rose original. i am lucky to have the one i do. dimarzio super 3 and american strat singles with master volume and tone. push/pull coil tap on the volume and the tone is a TBX. it has the cool blue crackle paint, too. so the hm's are hit and miss depending on model. the kahler's killed the hm strats, so the floyd ones are the rarer and sweeter of them all.

rich
You talk like you the know all end all of guitars!!! So what exactly makes you think they are hit or miss depending on model? first of all there weren't different models "dude" there was either Fender HM MIJ or the lower end HM squire that's it! in it's final year of production there was what some call the American made batch which had the OFR, Neck through and arrow inlays, of course there is a lot of debate whether they really were made in America despite of what the neck plate claims on all HMs.
To say that the kahler killed the HM strats is retarded!!!
Kahlers are just as good as OFR, the only draw back was that for a while you could not find spare parts for them but that has changed now, the company is alive and well!!! in fact, I think that the flat radius on the spyder allows for lower action and more comfortable playing without the need to radius your fretboard to the bridge. If you don't like kahlers that's ok, you're entitled to your opinion just don't sell it as a fact!!! and FYI: I don't find the HM with an OFR to be any sweeter than the ones equipped with kahlers.
12-10-2007 01:10 PM
rty13ibz98
Re: Ibanez, what about endorsing... her?

my hm strat has a floyd rose original. i am lucky to have the one i do. dimarzio super 3 and american strat singles with master volume and tone. push/pull coil tap on the volume and the tone is a TBX. it has the cool blue crackle paint, too. so the hm's are hit and miss depending on model. the kahler's killed the hm strats, so the floyd ones are the rarer and sweeter of them all.

rich
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