Have seen, never played. They are supposed to be what the kids of an RG and S series would be like if they had sex and had children
Ah I read that on ibanez.com, not my fault they lielyconxero said:I don't think that weird statement can really apply because both the RGs and the S series guitars have wizard necks and the SA guitars have that thick strat-like sangria neck.
Ah right, I never knew that. I did wonder why I couldnt get many pics of one though on Google. I have posted a good one below though from MachineHead Music. I have always really liked it, thought it looked sweet.stratoskier said:That's one I wasn't aware of (SAS-32FM), so I searched on it and see that the extra "S" stands for set-neck ,eh? We haven't gotten a set neck SA in the states yet.
I am with you dude. I only play fixed bridges now. Not only because I change tunings regularly, but because I never used the whammy bar anyway, and I just prefer the tone and sustain of the fixed bridge.lyconxero said:I wish the SA guitars had a fixed bridge. I love the body shape and I could rip out the electronics and sometimes you just don't feel like messing with any sort of trem.
Good to know that the AT sports a thicker neck. Thanks.germX said:for a rounder/ thicker neck, check out Andy Timmons signature series which were based on the SA models.