Iron Label, the Ibanez made-for-metal series, continues its thunderous offensive on the metal guitar market as its single-cutaway down-tunable wonder, the ARZ, joins the Iron Label. The ARZ series fea... Click To Read More About This Product
Iron Label, the Ibanez made-for-metal series, continues its thunderous offensive on the metal guitar market as its single-cutaway down-tunable wonder, the ARZ, joins the Iron Label. The ARZ series features a sleek, single cutaway design, 24-fret, ultra-comfort set-in neck with smooth heel, designed for metal music. With a longer 25 scale length, the ARZ series was developed for down tuning and the Iron Label treatment.
The ARZIR20 features a mahogany ARZ set-in mahogany neck and body, Jumbo frets, and the TOM bridge for superior intonation and sustain. Electronics include an EMG 60 pickup for a classic-thick, buttery tone and an EMG 81 for fluid sustain and blistering high-end that can cut through any mix. With a beautiful high gloss finish, bound ebony fingerboard, locking tuners, Pearl/Abalone block inlays, and Cosmo Black hardware, take the ARZ and Iron Label series to a new level of style of classic elegance.
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Comments about Ibanez ARZIR20 Iron Label ARZ Series Electric Guitar:
Have had this for a little over a month now, and it both looks and plays fantastic. I got mine in white and the entire thing looks sharp! (the neck is also gloss finished just to let those of you know who prefer the satin finished necks-this might not be for you)The ebony fret-board is incredibly smooth, and the guitar came setup perfectly right out of the box-action was just right-no fret-buzz and the intonation was perfect. I was surprised at how light it was. I was expecting it to be a heavier guitar like most Les Paul shaped guitars are, but the body is not cut nearly as thick-it's more like an RG body thickness than a traditional Les Paul thickness. It also has the "tummy cut" so it's very comfortable to play. I only took a star off due to the fact that right out of the box one of the strap button screw holes was bad and kept constantly loosening itself out. Fixed it using a toothpick and some wood glue, but should not have had to repair a brand new guitar. Other than that this guitar has been fantastic!