I own an Ibanez. I actually own a black Ibanez. It was the first real guitar I ever purchased. Prior to that I’d gone through several guitars made by companies I’m sure don’t even make guitars anymore. Having stated all of that, I feel the need to remind myself that this weekly wishlist is about building a dream list of unique (to the collection) guitars. Luckily for me, Ibanez make plenty of guitars that I’d gladly put in my wishlist. Guitars like the DN300.
Month: May 2013
Rock Prodigy has been available for fans of iOS for quite some time now. Recently the guitar tuition system became available for PC users as well. I knew there was a reason I held onto my Windows machine!
So, how does the PC system work?
I’ve loved the Jackson Adrian Smith Signature San Dimas for quite some time. In fact the last time I did this whole weekly guitar Blog thing, I featured this same guitar. With all the new guitar releases over the years, I still love this guitar. Seriously, what’s not to love!?
I love it when a classic guitar has a modern twist applied to it. I love it more when that twist works! The Gibson Explorer Tremolo is such a guitar. The classic yet radical shape of the Gibson Explorer works so well with a Floyd-Rose tremolo system. They look like they should have always been together. The black and white combination used in the body and headstock paint is also a match that is made in heaven.
What’s not to love here!?
With my recent guitar articles I’ve covered a few different bridge types, neck types, body shapes and pickup combinations. Today, I share with you a different body material. I’m not talking about different wood types either. The Viktorian Ruth isn’t made of wood. It’s made of carbon fibre! Cool.