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    Default Ibanez Blazer Series, "modded"

    Well, since we're talking 'bout clones, here's one I owned, an Ibanez Blazer Series from something around end 80s or early 90s. I refinished and airbrushed it, then I sold it.








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    Interesting! I am an Ibanez fan and haven't found one that was unplayable. How did this one play?
    Welcome to the land of Dementia!

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    Quote Originally Posted by McGillman View Post
    Interesting! I am an Ibanez fan and haven't found one that was unplayable. How did this one play?
    It played really well, but I didn't like the pickups and the bridge. Today I regret having sold it, I should have "modded on" by putting good HBs and another bridge in it!
    German Stratoholic!! Kindest regards from Germany, Dee

 

 

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