Ibanez GRG170DX Electric Guitar
Two humbuckers and one single-coil
Don't settle for less. With
Ibanez less bucks doesn't mean less looks or less tone. Ibanez
GRX guitars have the humbuckers you
need for heavy rhythms and riffs; and exciting finishes worthy of a pro
axe. To make sure none of the great tone gets lost in the sauce,
GRX 6-string models feature the FAT-10 tremolo.
Basswood is a comparatively lightweight wood, which makes it very comfortable for extended playing.
With a good balance of highs and lows, basswood is right in between
alder and mahogany in sound character.
Rosewood offers a strong, bright
sound and an attractive appearance with a long grain.
Maple neck material
24 medium frets
Rosewood finger board
FAT 10 bridge
PSND1 (H) neck PU
PSNDS (S) mid PU
PSND2 (H) bridge PU
RG1570 Electric Guitar (with Case)
For two decades, the legion of
RG warriors has grown like a virus, thrusting the RG to the head of the
metal pack. Fast, flat Prestige necks, rabid pickups and
double-locking trems combine to create sonic demons from beyond the
world of mortals.
These are the machines of the
gods... with drop dead good looks, sonic lethality and the devastating
power and control of a precision Edge Zero bridge with ZPS3 spring
system or Edge Pro bridge. RG Prestige guitars feature flawless
Japanese craftsmanship, the finest materials and each is axe perfectly
matched with DiMarzio IBZ pickups.
Fast, flat and thin 5-piece Wizard necks with Prestige Finishing for
DiMarzio IBZ pickups deliver rabid rock tones.
Gotoh precision tuning machines.
Includes deluxe Prestige case.
5pc Wizard Prestige neck
Basswood Body -- Basswood is a comparatively lightweight wood, which
makes it very comfortable for extended playing. With a good
highs and lows, basswood is right in between alder and mahogany in
24 jumbo frets offer easy playing for leads and chording.
Rosewood Finger Board offers a strong, bright sound and an attractive
appearance with a long grain.
Edge Pro bridge
IBZ V7 (H) Neck PU
IBZ S1 (S) Mid PU
IBZ V8 (H) Bridge PU
Pearl Dot Inlay
Polished Chrome Hardware
Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar (with Case)
'59 Round Neck.
Gibson 490 pickups.
The Gibson Les Paul Guitar Speaks For Itself
Whether in the hands of an able bluesman, a metal shredder, a
snaky chordsman, or a pop strummer, the Les Paul has a sound and image
immediately identifiable as pure attitude and power. Since the
company began churning out mandolins in the late 1800's all the way
until today, bearing an instrument with the name Gibson emblazoned on
the headstock gives the performer a certain sense of gravitas, and the
Les Paul Studio is no exception.
Sometimes You've Just Gotta Dress It
The specs are exactly what you've come to know, expect, and respect
from such a fine instrument as a Gibson Les Paul, without any of the
frills or flair some guitarists look for in a stage axe. If
Gibson Les Pauls were clothes, the Custom would be a tuxedo with tails,
whereas the Studio would be a velour track suit--comfortable,
versatile, and with the right shoes, classy enough for a night on the
town. Ok, let's put it this way: a Les Paul Custom is a British
international super-spy, and the Les Paul Studio is an undercover
Eastern European sleuth wearing an inconspicuous trenchcoat.
These Specifications Will
Self-Destruct in 3, 2, 1...
These LP's feature carved Maple caps on Mahogany bodies, '59 Les Paul
Rounded Mahogany necks, 22 frets on a 24 and 3/4-inch scale length, and
trapezoid inlays. Available in 4 striking finishes, the Wine Red,
Fireburst, and Ebony LP Studios all feature Rosewood fretboards, while
the Alpine White packs a
secret surprise on board.
Normally reserved for instruments double in price, the Alpine White Les
Paul Studio features an Ebony fretboard, adding a distinct cutting edge
to the tone of an already very able tone machine. The pickups are
capable of dishing copious amounts of tone, thanks to the Alnico
magnets in the 490R and 498T pickups found in the neck and bridge
positions, respectively, controlled by the standard 3-way toggle switch
and array of dual volume and tone controls. The guitar ships
strung up with Gibson Brite Wires, gauged .010 to .046, in a Black
Reptile Pattern Hardshell Gibson case, with a Dark Grey Plush interior.
When you buy a Gibson electric guitar, you know you're not only getting
an instrument hand-crafted by some of the finest luthiers on the
planet, but you're also supporting a heritage of American workers and
Gibson Has You Covered
A musician's worst fear is having his or her gear fail during a
critical moment. Whether that's just as they're about to step out
for their first solo with a new band, trying to woo a love interest
with a ballad of vulnerable tenderness and yearning, or taking the
stage in front of a crowd of thousands of adoring fans, sometimes
things go wrong.
It's an unfortunate part of a gigging musician's life, but a part that
Gibson have gone out of their way to soften with their Gibson Gold Warranty. It's
simple--your new guitar is guaranteed
to be free of any manufacturer defects for as long as you own the
guitar, and if something does pop up, they'll repair or
completely replace your faulty piece of kit. This covers both the cost
of labor and materials. While this warranty can't guarantee that
nothing will ever go wrong, it can guarantee that if it goes wrong
once, they'll make sure it never happens again.
Epiphone Les Paul Special II Electric Guitar
Single cutaway shape.
If you are looking for classic Les Paul looks and a humbucker sound, it
is hard to go wrong with the incredibly affordable Special II.
There really hasn't been a Les Paul deal like this in a long
time. Features include a Mahogany neck, a Rosewood fingerboard
with dot inlays, volume and tone control, and chrome hardware.
Pickups: 2 Open Coil AlNiCo V Humbuckers
Scale: 24.75 in.
Nut Width: 1.68 in.
Neck Joint: Bolt
Neck Material: Mahogany
Body Material: Basswood
Les Paul 100 Electric Guitar
you want the classic Gibson Les Paul feel and sound, but find the
Epiphone Les Paul Standard a little
bit out of your reach, take a look at the Les Paul 100.
humbucker pickups, a Rosewood
fretboard with a bolt-on Mahogany neck and great body wood give this model the powerful,
sustaining tone character of the best Les
Pauls. The painted models
feature a body made of Alder and the transparent finishes feature Mahogany (because
Mahogany looks so incredible with a stain finish). This guitar is hot enough
to let your leads sing and the rhythm pickup has the smooth, fat tone that Les Pauls
are known for. The Les
Paul guitar is synonymous with Rock and Roll. No other guitar gives
power, the sustain and the sound of a Les Paul. If it's got Les
Paul's signature on the headstock, it's the real thing... Accept no
substitutes! Authorized by Gibson USA!
Scale: 24.75 in.
Nut Width: 1.68 in.
Neck Joint: Bolt-on
Neck Material: Mahogany
Body Material: Mahogany
4003 Electric Bass (with Case)
Push/pull treble tone control.
In the short lifetime
string instruments, very few basses have earned the accolade necessary
to genuinely call themselves "classics." Even less can claim the title
of industry standard -
but no one can dispute the fact that the Rickenbacker 4000 Series
deserves these titles. The piano string-like ring, punch, and sustain
brought the bass player out of the shadows and into the spotlight.
Entire new dimensions of bass playing capability are directly
attributable to this venerable series. Rickenbacker basses are still
handmade in America, using traditional methods refined and honed since
Adolph Rickenbacker put his first electric guitar in service at the
United States Patent Office almost 70 years ago. Experienced craftsmen
lovingly oversee every detail of production. No robots, no computerized machinery -
just human hands and eyes, backed by a determination to make, quite
simply, the best products possible.
New for 2006
Rickenbacker introduces the Vintage
Tone Selector for 4003 Series basses. This additional control is
included standard at no additional cost on all 4003 basses beginning in
the 2006 model year.
Prior to 1984, Rickenbacker basses utilized a capacitor in the treble
pickup circuit to emphasize treble tones coming from that pickup.
However, changes in tone preference and a call for higher output led
RIC to discontinue the use of this capacitor in favor of a more
balanced sound. Nevertheless many users added this capacitor back into
the circuit, experimenting with and sometimes preferring the sound of
the older configuration, despite the resulting drop in volume.
Rickenbacker has now decided to give players a choice, allowing the
best of both worlds. With a simple pull of the treble tone control, the
Vintage Tone Selector will allow a player to move between both sounds
at the drop of a hat. Pressed in, you'll hear the familiar balanced
tone of the 4003, while pulled out to engage the circuit, you'll
appreciate the bite and crispness popularized by such artists as Chris
Combination Tailpiece and Bridge
Nestled into a massive metal tailpiece, the height adjustable bridge
reflects the maximum string energy back as extra punch. Individually
saddled strings have generous intonation adjustment range. A variable
mute assembly hides out of the way until called upon; each side adjusts
separately. Strings are easily threaded through the end of the
tailpiece for rapid changes.
Internationally Acclaimed Pickups
Traceable back to Rickenbacker's original 1928 patent, this bass pickup
is renowned for unbelievable clarity and wide range response. Both
pickups on the 4003 models are single coil, hum protected designs with
high power output. Adjustment screws lower and raise units to player's
The toggle pickup selector may be used to switch from one output
channel to the other, or both. Each
4003 bass has separate treble and bass tone controls and separate
pickup volume controls. The control knobs were selected not only
for aesthetic reasons, but also for visibility in typical low light
Dual Rod Neck-Through Body
Always the hallmark of a Rickenbacker, the neck runs the full length of
the bass; string tension remains entirely on one laminated wood
assembly. The result is a lifetime of accuracy of alignment, plus
markedly superior sustain and tone. All bass necks have 2 field
replaceable truss rods, allowing for each side to be adjusted
A Balanced Neck and Body System
Instantly recognizable, the fluidly sculptural body and head shape
serve primarily to establish proper instrument balance. One of the thinnest and fastest necks
around plus an ergonomically accurate body contour mean easy playing
without fatigue. Full cutaways permit access to the highest
frets without strain and a conventional tail shape permits stable
storage in a stand between sets.
Bass Tuning Keys
The keywinds are superbly crafted to microscopically fine tolerances.
As a result, gear backlash and slippage are virtually eliminated. All
components are completely removable for cleaning or maintenance and
finished to a superlative smoothness, fully protected from hard use or
All Round Protection
A deluxe molded hardshell case is included with each Rickenbacker bass.
Plush lined and form fitted, these hard wearing cases feature an
accessory pocket, heavy-duty hardware, and extra padding.
Body Type: Solid
No. Frets: 20
Scale Length: 84.5 cm (33-1/4 in.)
Neck Width at Nut: 42.9 mm (1-11/16 in.)
Neck Width at 12th Fret: 54.0 mm (2-1/8 in.)
Crown Radius: 25.4 cm (10 in.)
Body Wood: Maple
Neck Wood: Maple
Fingerboard Wood: Rosewood
Weight: 4.1 kg (9.0 lbs.)
Overall Length: 113.8 cm (44-13/16 in.)
Overall Width: 34.3 cm (13-1/2 in.)
Overall Depth: 31.8 mm (1-1/4 in.)
Fingerboard Binding: Yes
# Sides with Body Binding: 1
Fret Marker Style: Triangle
Neck Type: Through body
No. of Pickups: 2
Type of Pickups: Single Coil
Output Type: Mono and Stereo
Machine Heads: Schaller Deluxe