Ibanez JEM77 [2010-Current]
Ibanez JEM77 [2010-Current]

JEM77 [2010-Current], Guitare de forme SC de la marque Ibanez appartenant à la série Steve Vai.

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Hatsubai 08/07/2011

Ibanez JEM77 [2010-Current] : l'avis de Hatsubai (contenu en anglais)

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This guitar can be a bit of a pain to get ahold of as they weren't made for a very long time. They're also hard to find in good condition considering the top itself is a cloth. The guitar has a basswood body with a maple neck, rosewood fretboard with 24 frets, special vine inlay, unique handle carved out in it, an Ibanez Lo Pro Edge tremolo, last few frets scalloped, HSH configuration, all access neck joint, one volume, one tone and a five way switch.


This guitar had some wear going on, but considering its age, it's hard to take off points for that. There was some tarnishing on the hardware, and you could see some fretwear. Someone obviously played this guitar, but that's more proof that this was a very good and resonant guitar. The frets still felt nice, and I was able to achieve low action without much of an issue. The inlay work was nice, and the top was awesome on this. This is easily one of my favorite looking JEMs out there. I never really understood the whole handle business, but I guess it works.


The guitar sounds pretty awesome. This one actually had some different pickups installed in it. It had a PAF Pro in the neck and bridge with an FS1 in the middle. The PAF Pro in the bridge is like a hotter, cleaner PAF. It works great, especially if you're running into a bunch of effects. One thing is that it tends to stay open sounding, and that can be good or bad depending on what you're going for. The PAF Pro in the neck sounded great, and it delivered high quality lead tones. The FS1 split nicely with them to deliver some really cool strat tones, and it was powerful enough to stand out on its own.


These can be a bit hard to find considering how rare they are. That said, they're worth the coin if you enjoy the top. They play great, sound great and work awesome for shred music. Honestly, these could really do just about any genre you can think of, but I find they work best for those who are shredders. Either way, good luck finding one at a decent price as most like to hang onto these.