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 PGM20th = Reissue not Fireman! 
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Dr. X

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I talked to one of the guys at the ibanez booth today and was told that all you need is your NAMM badge to get in to the show tomorrow. It looks like I will finally get to see Racer X perform!

Also,

It looks like both Paul's new models have the square heel. The 100 re issue has the same neck that they had on the RG 550 and 770 re issues. It feels close to original wizard spec to me. I did not see the 301 on the floor which makes me think it is no longer going to be available. Usually they show all of the models that will be available during the year.

I still don't understand how they plan to get so much for a guitar you can buy on e-bay for less than 1000 U.S.

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Pewtershmit wrote:
I went with the desert yellow.

I dont know if your 92 would even have the Original Wizard. But my 1990 and this RG550XX definatley feel the same.

and yes the pgm is thicker.

RG20th Dimensions. IE Original RG specs

Scale/Length 648mm/25.5"
a: Width at Nut 43mm
b: Width Last Fret 58mm
c: Thickness 1st Fret 17mm
d: Thickness 12th Fret 19mm
Radius 430mm

PGM Dimensions

Scale/Length 648mm/25.5"
a: Width at Nut 43mm
b: Width Last Fret 58mm
c: Thickness 1st Fret 18mm
d: Thickness 12th Fret 20mm
Radius 430mm


The width at the last fret on the Original Wizard profile necks is 56mm, not 58mm. --Jason

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New catalogs from Ibanez

http://www.ibanez.com/catalogs/09_Winte ... nez_lo.pdf
http://www.ibanez.com/catalogs/2180PJ2_3.pdf

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Is Satriani out of the Ibanez family now?


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frehley6986 wrote:
Is Satriani out of the Ibanez family now?


As far as I know satriani is still with Ibanez. His signature models are in the 2009 price list one post above yours.

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thank you for those catalogs! :P

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frehley6986 wrote:
Is Satriani out of the Ibanez family now?


Why would he leave?


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PGWannabe wrote:

thank you for those catalogs! :P




When i looked through the pics I didn't see his model. I didn't click on the second link. Thanks


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Satch is with Ibanez....the catalog is for what's new at Winter NAMM, no?


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Yeah that's what it looks like. I brain farted :)


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