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Ibanez Iron Label RG Series RGIX27FEQM 7-String Electric Guitar
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      Ibanez Iron Label RG Series RGIX27FEQM 7-String Electric Guitar (J00193)
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An ultrafast playing experience across all 7 strings and a gorgeous quilted maple top.

Meet Ibanez's new made-for-metal guitar series, Iron Label. Working from the chassis of their famous RG, they modded and tweaked with the heaviest of metal in mind. The RGIX27FEQMs quilted maple top and basswood body hits that perfect formula of comfortable weight and rich in sustain. With jumbo frets and bound ebony fingerboard, playing speed and comfort are carried to a new level by the original innovators of the fast neck, with their latest Nitro Wizard-7 neck design.

No matter what your signal chain, an EMG 707 in the neck position and an EMG 707 in the bridge, guarantees a thick, complex distortion from which to carve your signature sound. The Gibraltar Standard 7 bridge is extremely reliable and the performance enhancing killswitch puts you in command of a head-turning strobe effect. With the purposefully Spartan Iron Label, you won't find a feature here that doesn't contribute directly to waking the dead.

Ibanez Iron Label RG Series RGIX27FEQM 7-String Electric Guitar Features:

  • Nitro Wizard-7 3-piece maple/bubinga neck
    Quilted maple top/basswood body with abalone body binding
    Bound ebony fretboard
    Jumbo frets
    Gibraltar Standard-7 bridge
    EMG 707 (H) neck pickup
    EMG 707 (H) bridge pickup
    Gold hardware


Ibanez Iron Label RG Series RGIX27FEQM 7-String Electric Guitar Specifications:

  • Neck Dimensions
    Scale: 648mm/25.5"
    Width at Nut: 48mm
    Width at Last Fret: 68mm
    Thickness at 1st: 19mm
    Thickness at 12th: 21mm
    Radius: 400mmR


Ibanez Iron Label RG Series RGIX27FEQM 7-String Electric Guitar

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  • Love this guitar

    As reviewed by Joel Schaffer on 4/30/2014

    This is the second Ibanez 7 string I've owned, the previous being a RG prestige. The new nitro wizard is more comfortable to play and faster than the original wizard 7 neck, and the addition of Bubinga with the maple is a nice plus. I usually rip out EMG's and replace them with DiMarzio's but the 707's sound too awesome on this to do it. The ebony fingerboard is new to me, out of my 5 RG's this is the first one. I really like it, it's great for metal There is no tone knob to annoy me, has a convenient kill switch that works great for instant mute. The strings that come on it are garbage, to bright sounding for a metal guitar and should come with a heavier gauge than they put on it but that's personal preference. Over all it's a great looking, great sounding guitar.

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  • The Best of both worlds... of HEAVY and Beauty

    As reviewed by cameron homa on 11/21/2013

    And after 2 months of being on back order... HERE WE ARE! I've been looking to buy a reliable, workhorse 7 string for about a year now, waiting for the perfect model to spark my interest. With a budget of under a grand, i looked through Jackson, ESP, Carvin, ALL the custom shops, but then i spent some time with Ibanez. Looking at the iron labels.. mehhh, the simplicity of it is brilliant, pay a little less for all the metal standards and a couple of bells and whistles. but THIS model (and I do mean with the transparent grey finish) takes the cake for me! It has EVERYTHING I want. They come with I believe 58,46-11 strings, but i swapped that 7 for a 66 gauge, to allow for a nice and tight Lower A octave. (I would almost suggest going to a 68) Emg 707's, cant go wrong, they are a standard, and they are gonna GET the JOB, DONE. can always swap em for Bareknuckles.. but hey, we're all on a budget, no need just yet. the killswitch is SICK, its a simple on and off toggle switch, and unless you get particular with the volume knob, You'll only need the switch to actually turn the guitar on and off, pretty damn neat :) and of course the sounds you can produce... Buckethead is smilin like a Muff under that mask! The bolt on construction: VERY nice, VERY fast, VERY slim , VERY comfy. easy access to all 24 frets. The finish: IMPORTANT DETAIL!!!! :when it says transparent grey... it means more or less transparent DARK DARK grey. Im talkin FIRST thing i noticed out of the box/ NOT how it looks in the image above. NOT a problem, it still looks gorgeous, and looks almost a bit meaner than i had anticipated. "perfect" i said. This guitar is relatively light for the RG style body it has, the mother of pearl is an AMAZING accent and REALLY pops in the light. SILVER and GOLD, just so damn classy. 2 things I noticed: The nut that tightens the killswitch down needs a REAL good tightening, with so much abuse that that switch might take from you playing, it will tend to wan to shift inside of its bore. AND.. i must add.. being used to locking tuners.. it will require a series of 'in-set' tunings. Nature of the beast, if you expect to ride it, you're gonna have to pull on the reigns now and then. CANNOT believe this particular model isn't being advertised in ANY catalog that's showed up in my mailbox. An AMAZING guitar, will use this until hell freezes over :)

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