Ibanez EGEN8 Herman Li Signature - Platinum Blonde

Solidbody Electric Guitar, Herman Li Signature Model, with Mahogany Body, Flamed Maple Top, 3-pc Maple Neck, and Rosewood Fingerboard - Platinum Blonde
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Built for Blazing-fast Shredding!

If you live to shred, you need a purpose-built machine. Here's an axe built to keep up with the best! Ibanez's Herman Li Signature Model EGEN8 is the result of a collaboration with spellbinding DragonForce guitarist Herman Li. To be able to wail at Li's rate of speed, you need a guitar that's precision tooled for the task! And with this puppy's blazing 3-piece maple neck, scalloped upper horn, and vicious pickups, you'll be ready for anything! This is the exact same guitar that Li rocks live onstage and in the studio — zero modifications. Get ready for next-level shreddery. Hook yourself up with the Ibanez Herman Li Signature Model EGEN8.

Ibanez Herman Li Signature Model EGEN8 Electric Guitar Features at a Glance:
  • Finish: Platinum Blonde
  • Top: Flamed Maple
  • Body: Mahogany
  • Neck: 3-piece Maple
  • Frets: Jumbo
  • Bridge: Edge III
  • Neck PU (H): V7
  • Middle PU (S): S1
  • Bridge PU (H): V8
  • Hardware Color: Gold
Get ready to shred with the best of them — get the Ibanez Herman Li Signature Model EGEN8!

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Tech Specs

Body Type Solidbody
Body Shape EGEN
Left-/Right-handed Right-handed
Number of Strings 6
Body Material Mahogany
Top Material Flamed Maple
Color Platinum Blonde
Neck Material 5-piece maple/walnut, bolt-on
Neck Shape C
Fingerboard Material Rosewood, 16.929" radius
Fingerboard Inlay Abalone oval inlay
Number of Frets 24, jumbo
Scale Length 25.5"
Nut Width 1.693
Nut Material Locking nut
Bridge/Tailpiece Edge Zero locking adjustable vibrato bridge/tailpiece
Tuners Standard tuners
Number of Pickups 3
Neck Pickup V7 Humbucker
Middle Pickup S1 Single-coil
Bridge Pickup V8 Humbucker
Controls 1 x volume; 1 x tone
Strings (.009-.042)
Manufacturer Part Number EGEN8PLB

Customer Reviews

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5/5

Unreal for the money

I thought the guitar would be a true $799 value. It's much better than I ever expected. It is extremely fast and easily compares with other IBs I paid 3 times as much for. Mine came well adjusted, string height was perfect and harmonics are good. Neck is not as "thin" as 5 piece wizards, but it's fine for me.Excellent string bending capability.Stays in tune well and it looks great. I do alot of tapping and this guit. is great. It really plays light and FAST. Much more than I expected. Pick ups are fine for me as I get plenty of sustain and I think the right amp ca make up for the pick ups if you don't like em; or replace em. It's too early to tell, seeing as I just got it, but if it holds up as well as the 94 S I bought, then it's a bargain.
Music background: Played professionally years ago, been playing since I was 8, now 63, so I've been around
2/5

Why did I buy this?

Nothing special here. Love the fret board, the oval inlays are nice but the bridge is sloppy and the pickups are really 'second best' grounding screw under the single coil pickup wasnt even screwed in just kinda there. Block the bridge, change the pickups basicly spend another $300 and you will have yourself a exellent wand.. don't forget to re-secure everything. like loose screws. I love the fret board and body... everything else got dumped.
Music background: Hobbyist
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