With the ’70s designs like the unique Bomb Move and Destroyer, the unique Ibanez trucks are plants in pots, and they audio excellent. If you are operating them through a noisy, super-distorted amp, you get squealy factors occurring. For the more recent ones, the collection I use most is the DiMarzio PAF Traditional. They are plants in pots and have excellent overall tone. The the tuners are generally unique, but I did modify those on the 2630. They were what I’d contact “ambitious” the tuners. They had thumbs improvements on them. I think maybe they proved helpful in the old times, but they had gotten type of old, so I put new the tuners on it that seemed the same, and they’re a bit more constant.
Somewhere in the community of 80… might be near to 90 – I ceased keeping track of. I’ve been dealing with Ibanez for such a lengthy time. In Asia, I think they have launched near to 15 PGM designs of all different shades, forms, and styles. So I’ve finished up with a lot of development designs, plus prototypes, various audio equipment, and other oddities.
Probably 17 or 18. I’ve had a lot of classic Ibanez equipment over the decades and I’ve had fun monitoring down the duplicates. I used to have a Firebird duplicate, a Thunderbird bass sounds duplicate, and some of the beginning Iceman designs. I had the one with the moving collection. Those I’ve kept have been my preferred because they seemed and unquestionably best. But they’re really excellent equipment. I used the Firebird duplicate quite a bit, but I was in the feelings to get some new system.