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Ibanez RG421 03 Superstrat Mahogany Oil

Ibanez RG421 03 Superstrat Mahogany Oil

The Ibanez RG421 03 model is a familiar looking guitar commonly referred to as a “Superstrat”. This name comes from their appearance, similar to the Fender Stratocaster, but with features extending function beyond Fender’s stock models. This model from Ibanez sharpens its lines to give it a more modern appearance, and unlike many ‘Superstrat’ versions uses a fixed or ‘Hard Tail’ bridge rather than a trem or vibrato. The Ibanez RG421 is a simple looking well thought out guitar.

Price: $499.99 CAD

Lado Supra 1 Neck Through Solidbody Black, 1991

Lado Supra 1 Neck Through Solidbody Black, 1991

Built in Scarborough – the eastern part of Toronto – around 1991, this Lado Supra 1 shows off the quality of Joseph Kovacic’s work in building Superstrat style guitars. Here we’re looking at a Lado Supra 1, a single pickup version of the Supra. It features Lado’s typican neck through design with elegantly sculptured heel. There’s no restriction on access to the upper frets on these.

Price: $1,000.00 CAD

Gibson U2 ‘SuperStrat’ Metallic Green, 1989

Gibson U2 'SuperStrat' Metallic Green, 1989

During the 1980s popular music made new demands on guitarists, and the ‘SuperStrat’, including the Gibson U2 model, became the go-to design for countless musicians. As the name suggests, the ‘SuperStrat’ concept improves on many aspects of the Stratocaster design – particularly in the range of available vibrato systems and pickup options. Many guitars in this genre use locking vibratos, a mix of high-output single coil and humbucking pickups, and wiring that ranges from very simple to rather complex.

Price: $1,200.00 CAD


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