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Ibanez RG350EX Electric Guitar

Ibanez RG350EX Elec. Guitar
Yes, well, I don't know a lot about guitars, but I quite like this one. It's a straightforward electric 6 string with a locking tremolo and three coils, two humbuckers and a normal one. Switchable patterns, other than that it's really simple. I am a guitar beginner but it's fun.

Ibanez seem to make decent enough guitars, the RG range is bread and butter for them, but as everybody will tell you, you've got to get out there and try them. Which can be very embarrassing if you can't play. Like me. But I can definitely vouch for the fact that electric guitar is way easier to play than acoustic. Enough said.

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