The Ibanez RG321MH electric guitar features a 3-piece bolt-on maple neck with the thin and fast Ibanez wizard III profile and a mahogany body that offers extra power, warmth, chunk, and strong sustain... Click To Read More About This Product
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The Ibanez RG321MH electric guitar features a 3-piece bolt-on maple neck with the thin and fast Ibanez wizard III profile and a mahogany body that offers extra power, warmth, chunk, and strong sustain. The bound rosewood fingerboard has 24 jumbo frets and pearl dot inlays. All hardware is black including a Gibraltar Standard bridge and die-cast tuners. The RG Fixed series brings you the world's premier metal axe—with the simplicity and sustain of a fixed bridge.
The Ibanez guitar is loaded with an Infinity 3 humbucker pickup in the neck position and an Infinity 4 humbucker in the bridge position. Ibanez Infinity pickups feature more bite and chunk with balanced string output. The Infinity 3 has a ceramic magnet that provides the dynamic sound for chording and rhythm. The Infinity 4 has an alnico magnet and is a brilliant lead pickup with warmth and good harmonics. Controls include a Master volume, Master tone, and a 5-way pickup selector.
The Gibraltar Standard Bridge combines rock solid construction with fine tuning capability. Each saddle is designed with a comfortable smooth top. The low-profile design of the Gibraltar Standard Bridge offers maximum playing comfort.
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I just picked this guitar on the weekend at my local GC. First off I�ۡ���m comparing this against two guitars one is an ESP LTD EC-200QM and a Schecter S-1 Elite (with a JB I installed in the bridge). The overall feel of the guitar is the main reason why I purchased it feels amazing for the price. The neck is thin and fast (faster than the other guitars mentioned), the action is nice and low. I do have some fret buzz on the first fret but nothing a tweak here and there can�ۡ���t fix. I have always been a little hesitant on buying Ibanez because I have heard a lot them falling apart. This was no exception. I brought it home to change the strings on it to thicker ones on and give the guitar a thuro inspection. I don't know why they even have a quality control guy sign these. It was missing a screw for the truss rod cover and ALL the tuners were loose, like almost fall off loose. Other than that everything is good. PUPs - this is the only thing I will swap out (besides getting new tuners) they just have no low end balls they have all the highs you could want there is just no depth to them. Esp puts better pups on their guitars for the same price. Feel/Playability �ۡ���� 5/5 stars Quality �ۡ���� 3/5 stars pups �ۡ���� 3/5 stars
This is a good guitar for a beginner. The neck is fast and smooth and the stock pickups are decent for rock and metal. The one I ordered online came with a number of problems. There are a few physical issues with the finish. It's cracked near the 5-way switch because a screw was tightened too much. There was left over buffer compound anywhere there was any kind of whole or indentation. I've got terrible fret buzz pretty much all over the neck, but especially at the first 3 frets. It seems like it never went through QA at the factory or something. It's definitely not setup properly. Overall I'm happy with the guitar, but disappointed it has a number of things I'll need to have fixed.
This Ibanez RG321MH is a great guitar for the price. It was built for metal, and obviously handles metal best. Its cleans are a little lacking, but for the amount of time I play clean, they are fine. The neck is the thinnest I've ever played on a guitar in this price range. The tone is suberb. My friend has a more expensive Ibanez S and I believe my 321MH sounds just as good. While it obviously is not the best guitar out there, you really can't beat it for the price.