Introducing Iron label. The Ibanez Iron Label RGIR20FE Electric Guitar with EMG Pickups combines great looks and superior Ibanez craftsmanship. It features a comfortable basswood body and an Ibanez Ni... Read More
Introducing Iron label. The Ibanez Iron Label RGIR20FE Electric Guitar with EMG Pickups combines great looks and superior Ibanez craftsmanship. It features a comfortable basswood body and an Ibanez Nitro Wizard neck. Its bound rosewood fingerboard and jumbo frets offer effortless fingering the full length of the fretboard. EMG 60 and 81 pickups put out plenty of sonic diversity and power and come with a killswitch for some cool effects.
The renowned Ibanez RG and S guitars take on their most vicious metal form yet. Built on the chassis of the original RG and S bodies, Iron Label is made to drive hard all night. Fast, full throttle neck. Road tested matched DiMarzio or EMG pickups. Seasoned woods with a stark black-and-white aesthetic that eschews standard metal glitx for Metalcore swagger. You know were you're going, Iron Label gets you there fast.
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BEAUTIFUL GUITAR!!!!! I love this guitar and everything about it!!!! First off let me start with the neck!!! It is absolutely AMAZING!!!! It is the fastest and thinnest neck I have ever played and the Jumbos do not take long to get used to.. The EMGs are an absolute BEAST for SlipKnoT/5FDP style metal and the tone of this guitar is beautiful. This guitar is PERFECT for the drop D demons with the standard bridge currently on it. I had to change my bridge to the Hipshot because the stadard bridge cant handle .12-.60 guage strings without snapping them at the bridge and being unable to keep them in tune. Other than that it is a PERFECT guitar!!! I am planning on getting the white version of this guitar and trying Seymore Blackouts in it!!!! GET THIS GUITAR IF YOU'RE A METAL PLAYER WITH A LOW BUDGET!!! IT IS CLOSE TO AND SOMETIMES BETTER THAN GUITARS WORTH $1,500!!!!
I just bought the black version. This guitar is constructed very well, doesn't feel cheap like a lot of guitars I've owned. This is my 5th Ibanez and it is the best one so far. I'm not really an EMG fan but they sound amazing for this particular model, super clear distortion and very loud. The neck is super smooth and doesn't have "sharp" feeling frets. The binding on the body and neck is very nice and well done. I really enjoy the single volume knob, and the kill switch is great feature to have especially playing live in between songs. I love the fact that it doesn't have a floating tremolo, so changing tunings and worrying intonation isn't a hassle like with most Ibanez's. Definitely a player's guitar. Great quality, tone, and simplified looks. I would recommend this guitar to anyone. Might even buy another one. Haha
First off, I have never given a perfect review. Having said that, this guitar is a STEAL at $600, $800 or even $1000. I had my doubts until bringing this black beauty (piano black finish) home and gave it a whirl!! Not only does this thing sound like it was forged in hell, it feels amazing. I recently owned a RG Prestige made by J Craft, and this guitar meets or beats the quality of that Japanese made instrument even though it is made in Indonesia. Not only is the neck very thin, but it is sturdy. I'm very skeptical about metal guitars not made in the USA or Japan, and I'm proud to have this in my collection. If you are in the market for a guitar that plays metal (and you prefer the sound of basswood to mahogany with a maple top), I would recommend this guitar above every other option in the $1-$1200 range, and it can hold it's own against metal guitars up to the $2,000 range with ease.
This beast is awesome, I have been playing for 20 years and have to say this guitar really impressed me, it has great sound resonance, and speed. These pick ups are sweet and very deep yet clean, or just switch to the 81 in the bridge and get that high pitched crunch that bands like Metallica started with. All and all I love this guitar.
Great features on the guitar, smooth output between pickups, volume knobs rolls sound up/down very well. My problem: warped neck. Had to to return and get something else. So, great concept but look down the neck before buying.
I have played a lot of different guitars from just starting to now.This guitar beats them all. I owned a Synyster Gates Custom and had gotten rid of it for a Schecter PT limited edition 2001 version.It is a rare model and I have always loved that guitar.Til' now.This Ibanez blew my mind.Me and my best friend went to my local Guitar Center last week and they had just gotten this thing in.It was on the top self and we had never seen it before.We just had to play it.We got it down and plugged it in and it just blew us away.The EMG 81/60 pick-ups are just unbelievable.The Nitro Wizard neck is very fast and smooth.It is a thinner neck as most Ibanez necks are.The RG body-style has such a attitude to it.The flat black w/white binding is just beautiful. Another thing that makes this guitar stand out is that there are NO mounting rings around the EMGs.That makes it look so different.The Gibratar bridge is perfect for Metal and Hard Rock.nice smooth and the sustain is perfect.The Kill-switch is just another great added feature.Gives you some different sounds and makes it sound better. This is definitly for Metal like they said.Ibanez is the best.Best quality and all!