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Old 2002-12-09, 19:35
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Hope you don't have a problem finding one, they are made by an English company. But, they are very cheap, over here they are about 500 compared to a midrange ibanez or jackson that would normally cost 800+.

The price is quite deceptive, as the guitar is easily as high quaility as a 1000+ guitar, especially the finish which is downright indestructable!
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Old 2002-12-09, 20:03
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Old 2002-12-10, 03:15
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Originally posted by Destroyer666
I have a Maverick F-1 and seriously they look much better in real life than on that picture. Besides, you could also get the X-1 which is an explorer shape.

Anyway, the maverick plays really nicely, definitely well suited for riffs, but i would recommend the hardtail version over the floyd just because i have an Ibanez rg570 with a lo-pro edge trem that is so much better at staying in tune and being stable.

Still, i tend to play my ibanez more, as when i have practised on the ibanez, everything seems so easy on the maverick!

hm, but that ibanez has got a licenced floyd doesn't it?
the maverick hasn't got an original either but a lo-pro edge is good I played an rg 7 with a lo-pro edge and it was really stable
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Old 2002-12-10, 11:32
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Yeh I heard that lo-pro floyd on the ibanez is one of the best and from my experience im inclined to agree. Still, ibanez have discontinued lo pro edg trem from the rg range and it is now exclusive to the prestige and signature models. I would recommend the playability of the maverick over the ibanez though, the maverick neck is very similar in dimensions to the wizard neck but it just feels much better some how.
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