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Ibanez SC420CM

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SC420CM, Guitare de forme SC de la marque Ibanez appartenant à la série SC/SCA.


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Fiche technique Ibanez SC420CM

  • Fabricant : Ibanez
  • Modèle : SC420CM
  • Série : SC/SCA
  • Catégorie : Guitares de forme SC
  • Fiche créée le : 16/07/2006

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Avis utilisateurs Ibanez SC420CM

Note moyenne :2.5( 2.5/5 sur 2 avis )
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Papy xii23/03/2006

L'avis de Papy xii

Ibanez SC420CM
22 frets
1 volume
1 tonalité
selecteur 5 postions (remplacé 1 fois)

UTILISATION

Manche très agréable, rapide, doux.
Accés aigus très facile
Poids plume, un vrai bonheur. Le positionnement me convient parfaitement.
Pour le sons ça se corse, en gros 2 types de sons mais sans profondeur, sans âme
sans personnalité.

SONORITÉS

Je utilise avec un POD Pro et je ne suis jamais satisfait du résultat, que ce soit en disto ou en clair,
cette guitare n'a pas de son, alors même amplifiée et trafiquée au possible, ça ne le fait pas.

AVIS GLOBAL

Je l'ai depuis au moins 6 ans, c'est ma plus belle guitare mais c'est celle que j'utilise le moins. C'est une grosse déception, je l'avais achetée dans les 8000 Francs (les boules!) depuis j'essaie toujours les guitares que j'achète plusieurs fois, sur différents amplis et avec différents effets.
Evidement je ne la rachèterai pas, sauf si je faisais une collection de "belles guiatres".
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contenu en anglais
Hatsubai18/08/2011

L'avis de Hatsubai (contenu en anglais)"Ibanez going after the double cuts"

Ibanez SC420CM
Around the mid to late 90s, Ibanez decided to make some guitars that were going to rival the PRS line up. During this time, PRS started to gain some major success, so it was only natural for them to go after them. This guitar was more of the mid grade version. It has a mahogany body with a maple bolt-on neck and a rosewood fretboard, 22 frets, dot inlays, a hard tail bridge, two humbuckers, one volume, one tone and a five way switch.

UTILIZATION

The guitar was put together pretty decently. The frets were nice and level, albeit they had some wear. The ends were nice and round, so no issues when moving your hand up and down the neck. One interesting thing about this is that it has a 25.1'' scale, which is kinda odd. I'm not sure why they didn't mate it a 25'' scale, but I assume it had to do with their metric measurements being converted more than anything else. The nut on this needed to be recut as it was snagging the strings. Whenever I would bend on the treble strings, I could feel it bind. Not a huge deal, but it would probably take about 40 to 50 bucks for a luthier to do.

SOUNDS

The stock pickups in this were the standard stock pickups you always find in Ibanez guitars. Some people dig them, but they're just not for me. The bridge pickup was a bit dull and didn't seem to have the response that higher end pickups have. I'm not someone who pushes boutique pickups, but I generally prefer something from the DiMarzio and Duncan line up than what most guitar manufacturers have. The neck pickup was a bit bright in this for whatever reason, and I found myself reaching for the tone knob to help cut back on some of the treble. However, that meant that I'd be constantly fiddling with the knobs whenever I'd switch between the neck and bridge.

OVERALL OPINION

If you can find a good price on this, it might be worth looking into. However, it'll need a pickup swap for you to get the most out of this guitar. Pay attention to the nut and frets more than anything else with these. Aside from that, they're solid players.
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