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This guitar has changed the way I look at other guitars. It makes so many other guitars look over priced and stupid! The neck is so thin that jumping from a 6 to this was effortless! The pickups are not bad for an extended range, but could be upgraded.
Pros, Fun To Play, Good Feel, Good Tone, Solid Electronics
Cons, Good Pickups But Not Gre, Pickups Are Just Ok
You get what you pay for--these guitars are cheap and slapped together. The necks are terrible and are known to have issues with warping and bulges, which of course renders the guitar useless. The pickups are a joke and it was as if these were designed in mind that owners will swap them out.
Pros, Fun To Play
Cons, Flat Sound, Fret Buzz, Poor Pick Up, Poor Quality Craftsmanship
As a prog-metal and tech-death player looking to get into the world of eight-string guitar, I have to say that this was a very successful introduction to that world for me. While I can acknowledge where its flaws are (somewhat muddy stock pickups, very basic features, the potential that I got a good...
As mentioned above I play a variety of metal and this 8 string as an absolute perfect match. I also enjoy playing some jazz styles which this is great for too. I have been playing for about 16 years now, I own a , an , and besides my practice I have a thru a 4x12 cab.
- 8-string model
- neck type Wizard II-8 5pc Maple/Walnut neck
- body Mahogany body
- fretboard Rosewood fretboard w/White dot inlay
- fret Jumbo frets
- bridge Fixed bridge
- neck pickup IBZ-8 (H) neck pickup (Passive/Ceramic)
- bridge pickup IBZ-8 (H) bridge pickup (Passive/Ceramic)
- factory tuning 1D#, 2A#, 3F#, 4C#, 5G#, 6D#, 7A#, 8F
- Case sold separately