Ibanez JS10TH (Chrome Boy)
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Ibanez JS10TH (Chrome Boy)

JS10TH (Chrome Boy), Guitare de forme SC de la marque Ibanez appartenant à la série Joe Satriani.

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sebfell06/06/2020

L'avis de sebfell"Bon collector mais finition très fragile"

Ibanez JS10TH (Chrome Boy)
Achetée 3750 euros d'occasion en magasin en 2019.
Gardée et jouée 1 an 1/2, revendue 3000 euros.
Une guitare avec du MOJO, on a direct le son des albums de satriani pour peu qu'on la branche dans un ampli à la hauteur (Marshall JVM!) manche très confortable, pas trop plat, pas trop fin, les habitués des manches "strat" standard s'y retrouveront facilement, micros dimarzio (FRED et PAF PRO) , un régal;
Mon seul regret : la finition , pour plusieurs raisons :
1/ extrêmement fragile, on a l'impression de la rayer rien qu'en la regardant et la technique de chromage n'était à priori pas maitrisé chez Ibanez en 1998 , du coup, même en usant de précaution, on la raye très/trop facilement , ce qui peut rebuter à l'utiliser vraiment.
2/ Avec le temps, instabilité de la teinte Chrome : avec le temps , beaucoup de modèles chromeboy (vu sur plusieurs annonces et sur la mienne) passent de la finition chromée à une teinte "dorée " façon vieille argenterie, c'est vraiment pas jolie, la guitare vire à la couleur "champagne" , ça n'a plus du tout la même gueule, la teinte chromée c'est tout l'ADN de ce modèle ! personnellement, j'éviterai directement ces modèles là si je devais en racheter une un jour, (pour se faire une idée , il ne doit pas y avoir de différence de teinte entre les plastiques ,la plaque commémorative fixée à l'arrière du corps de la guitare et la couleur de la guitare elle même), le chrome ne semble donc pas bien vieillir selon les modèles (mode de conservation/exposition, polish et mauvais entretien ... surtout aucun polish sur le chrome donc !)

Bref, une super Ibanez des 90's mais dont la finition reste vraiment fragile à des prix parfois prohibitifs
SlayX01/04/2006

L'avis de SlayX

Ibanez JS10TH (Chrome Boy)
Japon (1998)
22 frets
Paf Pro F-Spaced (neck) & Fred F-Spaced (bridge)
Floyd Ibanez Edge Original
Volume : 500k Push Pull & Tone : 500k Push Pull
Manche 3 pièces signature Joe Satriani

Je veux préciser que c'est une Guitare de collection. Seulement 506 ont été fabriqué. Moi je possède la #153

UTILISATION

Manche Très Agréable
L'accès aux aigus est assez facile
L'ergonomie est très bonne
On obtient un bon son quand on commence à travailler son doigté

SONORITÉS

Elle convient complètement à mon style de musique
Mon matériel : Peavey Transtub Bandit 112 Sheffield avec Wah-wah Jim Dunlop + Boss DS-1 et Boss DD3
Son cristallin
Un son wah-wah avec une disto douce et zéro reverb

AVIS GLOBAL

Je la possède depuis 2 ans
Elle est toute chromée... Mais celui-ci se détériore très vite si on en prend pas soin
J'ai essayé 1 autre modèle avant de l'acquérir (Jem 10th)
Le rapport qualité/prix est satisfaisant mais pas super génial (prix neuf :3000 €) (prix acheté d'occaz par moi : 2200 €)
Avec l'expérience, je referais au moins une fois encore ce choix!
contenu en anglais
Hatsubai12/07/2011

L'avis de Hatsubai (contenu en anglais)"Extremely unique finish"

Ibanez JS10TH (Chrome Boy)
These guitars are EXTREMELY rare, and they're even harder to find in good condition. The one at the store came from a trade-in, and it had a few nicks and dings here and there. The guitar has a Luthite body with a maple neck and a rosewood fretboard, 22 frets with dot inlays, a LoPro Edge bridge, two DiMarzio humbuckers, one volume, one tone and a three way toggle switch.

UTILIZATION

The guitar has some major flaws, and the biggest is in the finish. There are tons of finish flaws that can occur with these guitars right out of the factory. They can be small things such as little paint pimples, or they can have chunks of the chrome flaking off. It's real bizarre, and I'm not sure why they didn't just use a form of chrome paint. The overall neck and construction is pretty good. The frets were nicely crowned and didn't slice your hands when moving up and down the neck. The bridge is also one of the best floyd rose bridges out there.

SOUNDS

The guitar really doesn't sound that great, and that's mostly due to it being made out of Luthite. The Luthite body is just really odd sounding. It's some acrylic or some type of plastic? I'm not exactly sure. The bridge DiMarzio sounds really bright in this, and that's not a normal attribute when comparing this to the other Satriani guitars out there. The neck is also way too bright for me, and I couldn't sure it at all. That said, the coil split tones weren't too terrible. A pickup swap might have fixed it.

OVERALL OPINION

The guitar looks awesome, but there are lots of flaws with these guitars from the actual choice of body material all the way down to the finish that was used on these. If you're a hardcore collector, be sure to thoroughly go up and down these to make sure there are no flaws. I would also recommend keeping it in its case most of the time.
contenu en anglais
Hatsubai12/07/2011

L'avis de Hatsubai (contenu en anglais)"Extremely unique finish"

Ibanez JS10TH (Chrome Boy)
These guitars are EXTREMELY rare, and they're even harder to find in good condition. The one at the store came from a trade-in, and it had a few nicks and dings here and there. The guitar has a Luthite body with a maple neck and a rosewood fretboard, 22 frets with dot inlays, a LoPro Edge bridge, two DiMarzio humbuckers, one volume, one tone and a three way toggle switch.

UTILIZATION

The guitar has some major flaws, and the biggest is in the finish. There are tons of finish flaws that can occur with these guitars right out of the factory. They can be small things such as little paint pimples, or they can have chunks of the chrome flaking off. It's real bizarre, and I'm not sure why they didn't just use a form of chrome paint. The overall neck and construction is pretty good. The frets were nicely crowned and didn't slice your hands when moving up and down the neck. The bridge is also one of the best floyd rose bridges out there.

SOUNDS

The guitar really doesn't sound that great, and that's mostly due to it being made out of Luthite. The Luthite body is just really odd sounding. It's some acrylic or some type of plastic? I'm not exactly sure. The bridge DiMarzio sounds really bright in this, and that's not a normal attribute when comparing this to the other Satriani guitars out there. The neck is also way too bright for me, and I couldn't sure it at all. That said, the coil split tones weren't too terrible. A pickup swap might have fixed it.

OVERALL OPINION

The guitar looks awesome, but there are lots of flaws with these guitars from the actual choice of body material all the way down to the finish that was used on these. If you're a hardcore collector, be sure to thoroughly go up and down these to make sure there are no flaws. I would also recommend keeping it in its case most of the time.
contenu en anglais
Hatsubai12/07/2011

L'avis de Hatsubai (contenu en anglais)"Extremely unique finish"

Ibanez JS10TH (Chrome Boy)
These guitars are EXTREMELY rare, and they're even harder to find in good condition. The one at the store came from a trade-in, and it had a few nicks and dings here and there. The guitar has a Luthite body with a maple neck and a rosewood fretboard, 22 frets with dot inlays, a LoPro Edge bridge, two DiMarzio humbuckers, one volume, one tone and a three way toggle switch.

UTILIZATION

The guitar has some major flaws, and the biggest is in the finish. There are tons of finish flaws that can occur with these guitars right out of the factory. They can be small things such as little paint pimples, or they can have chunks of the chrome flaking off. It's real bizarre, and I'm not sure why they didn't just use a form of chrome paint. The overall neck and construction is pretty good. The frets were nicely crowned and didn't slice your hands when moving up and down the neck. The bridge is also one of the best floyd rose bridges out there.

SOUNDS

The guitar really doesn't sound that great, and that's mostly due to it being made out of Luthite. The Luthite body is just really odd sounding. It's some acrylic or some type of plastic? I'm not exactly sure. The bridge DiMarzio sounds really bright in this, and that's not a normal attribute when comparing this to the other Satriani guitars out there. The neck is also way too bright for me, and I couldn't sure it at all. That said, the coil split tones weren't too terrible. A pickup swap might have fixed it.

OVERALL OPINION

The guitar looks awesome, but there are lots of flaws with these guitars from the actual choice of body material all the way down to the finish that was used on these. If you're a hardcore collector, be sure to thoroughly go up and down these to make sure there are no flaws. I would also recommend keeping it in its case most of the time.