Ibanez RG350DX Electric Guitar White 886830397905

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The Ibanez RG350DX electric guitar has a double-locking Edge III trem system that allows radical effects and sonic chaos with total tuning stability. 24-frets, thin 3-piece Wizard II neck for fast and... Click To Read More About This Product

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The Ibanez RG350DX electric guitar has a double-locking Edge III trem system that allows radical effects and sonic chaos with total tuning stability. 24-frets, thin 3-piece Wizard II neck for fast and effortless shredding. Total tonal choice is provided 5-way switching of an Ibanez Infinity 4 bridge humbucker with an alnico magnet that is warm sounding with good harmonics, an Infinity 3 bridge humbucker with a ceramic magnet producing dynamic sound for rhythm chording, and an Infinity Single3 single-coil with an alnico magnet for traditional sounds with high output. Stunning sharktooth inlays complete the sinister look.

For over 2 decades, the Ibanez RG guitar has reigned as the unquestioned monarch of metal guitars. Why? Because the Ibanez RG is an electric guitar that has the perfect combination of fast, flat neck, the right pickups and pickup placement, and a precision trem system that metes out creative destruction. And because the Ibanez RG guitar has evolved and expanded along with the metal genre it was designed for.'

Features
  • Neck: 3pc maple Wizard II neck
  • Neck Type: Wizard II
  • Body: Basswood body
  • Frets: Jumbo frets
  • Fingerboard: Bound rosewood
  • Inlay: Sharktooth
  • Bridge: Edge III bridge
  • NeckPU: IBZ INF3 neck humbucker
  • MiddlePU: IBZ INFS3 middle single-coil
  • BridgePU: IBZ INF4 bridge humbucker
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IbanezRG350DX Electric Guitar
 
4.7

(based on 121 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

awsome guitar

this guitar's play is wicked. Perfect for pretty much every kind of music from blues to rock and metal. A great thing is that it doesn't get to muddy with heavy distortion. It...Read complete review

this guitar's play is wicked. Perfect for pretty much every kind of music from blues to rock and metal. A great thing is that it doesn't get to muddy with heavy distortion. It stays in tune for a long period of time as well. You can also access all 24 frets on every string very easlily.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Not My Thing

Overall I don't think I'd recommend the guitar. It looks phenomenal and it sounds great too but I think the guitar has some design and quality control flaws. These are designed to have very...Read complete review

Overall I don't think I'd recommend the guitar. It looks phenomenal and it sounds great too but I think the guitar has some design and quality control flaws. These are designed to have very flat fret boards to make for fast playing but it makes it impossible to eliminate string buzz considering the nut is so close to the board. Also, the pick ups are very close to the strings so every time you pick single notes you typically will hit the pick ups which is very distracting. I'm really not a fan of the bolt on unfinished neck either. Anytime you have unfinished wood like that it invites moisture in and out even though it may be fast to play. Overall the guitar just felt cheap to me.
The guitar has lots of features such as a whammy bar, locking nut, jumbo frets, and multiple pick up positions and sounds.
The quality is ok. The paint job and fret board are great but I noticed the actual frets were quite tarnished and had sharp edges which is not fun to clean up if you are not a luthier. I also noticed some dents and divots in the frets that you can fill when bending the notes. The frets on this are just not up to par. In addition to this the locking nut is to close to the top of the board so there is no way to eliminate fret buzz in the upper few frets no matter what adjustment make to the truss rod. This model needs a little more TLC from the factory.
The value for the product is good but not great. The pick ups sound pretty good despite being Ibanez models and the guitar sounds quite good. The quality control issues bring the value rating down a little bit though.

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5.0

Almost Perfect!

By Undead Kaiju

from Bay Area, Ca.

Comments about Ibanez RG350DX Electric Guitar:

I've always liked Ibanez guitars. This is my 2nd. I love the white with black accents. It's very aesthetically pleasing. When I first picked it up, it was lighter than expected. Not that it feels cheap, but it was just very comfortable. The guitar sounds phenomenal! I play a wide variety of guitar including punk, metal, ska, and rhythm. My one and only complaint about the guitar is the location of the switch. Every once and a while, my strumming will get a bit over-exaggerated and I will accident flip the switch down a notch or two. But, that's my problem! Not the guitar. Tuning is a bit of art in the sense that it has the floating bridge and locking nuts. No biggie if you're familiar with it. I'd definitely recommend this guitar to anybody considering picking it up. It has a 5 star rating already for a reason.

 
5.0

Nice pick-ups, fast neck!

By Miss Lexie Scanlon

from Oakland, CA

Comments about Ibanez RG350DX Electric Guitar:

I've owned 2 of these. One purchased in 2007 (and got stolen later) and a replacement in 2011. The double-locking tremolo takes a bit of learning; once your strings are broken in-it stays in tune. The single coil never sees much use unless I want to play something by U2 or "surf guitar" sounding. The humbuckers have a nice bit of harmonics available to pinch and make squeal. There are subtle differences in guitars based on when they were made. My 2007 purchase had screw cover access to the truss rod, whereas my 2011 had a slide open door. The 2007 had slightly more "shrill" when tapping and pinch harmonics than the 2011 one. Both guitars were in white-because white "goes" with everything. (I have noticed that this model is getting phased out and replaced by the RG450DX.) Anyhow-rock on! Lexikat

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Nice...

By Vincent52

from Indonesia

About Me Experienced

Pros

  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel

Cons

  • Flat Sound
  • Poor Pick Up

Best Uses

  • Jamming
  • Practicing
  • School Bands
  • Small Venues

Comments about Ibanez RG350DX Electric Guitar:

I've used this Rg350dx for 3 years now..
feel great neck feels at this price range..
I never feel better neck feels in another top brand at this price range..
if you want to go with a bigger GIG.. I highly recomend to replace the pickups with something from DiMarzio pickups.. because if you want a High volume and a High Distortion, it will dissapoint you..
I dont recomend this guitar for a player who looking for a vintage sound / tone., because it will never give you a vintage sound., if you really want a vintage sound, I prefer to Fender (I using a fender too), or if you want a Gibson sound but you dont have such a "Gibson budget", you better try Gretsch guitar.. it really nice to provide you a Fat & Vintage sound with way very much much Cheaper.
But after all Rg350dx such a nice guitar...

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good for Anything

By Alex Barcic

from Pittsburgh, PA

Comments about Ibanez RG350DX Electric Guitar:

This guitar is great. It looks like its only made for metal and hard rock but it can do anything. I can play metal to jazz on it. I use it in my jazz band and it sounds fine. The locking tremolo is good, but can't handle divebombs repeatedly like in one song. It will get out of tune after two or more in a row. Overall, its a great guitar. I've had mine for four years now and it sounds the same as it did when I opened the case. Awesome guitar.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Excellent Guitar

By Ian Cartwright

from NJ

Comments about Ibanez RG350DX Electric Guitar:

This guitars only limit is your individual playing ability. With 24 frets, a floating floyd and three separate pickups it will easily meet all of you playing needs no matter what level of experience you have.
Some of the paint on the floyd wore off on my guitar after a year of playing or so.

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good value (for a used one)

By Charles Ward

from Rome, GA (USA)

Comments about Ibanez RG350DX Electric Guitar:

I do not regret buying this guitar as a discounted fixer-upper (I'd do it again), but I would have been disappointed had I bought it new. To my ears, the pickups scream "cheap guitar."
[My Ibanez RG350DXZ was purchased used, condition 4 - the middle pickup route was too narrow to accomodate the pickup. The assembler at the factory forced the middle pickup in there anyway, causing it to be tightly wedged and unadjustable. The guitar arrived playable and without a scratch on it - easily fixed and a steal for 180 bucks.]

Mine did not come with accessories (the tremolo bar, stud lock screws, etc).

The neck is thin and fast, but is a little fatter than my Ibanez S570B. It fits better in my hand and is more comfortable to play for hours at a time. The bound fretboard, the sharkfin markers, the trilayer pearloid pickguard and the white paint job make this guitar look sharp!

The HSH arrangement and 5-way selector are nice - I use coil splitting positions 2 and 4 for cleans. The volume and tone controls are responsive and useful. The Edge Zero II trem seems durable (time will tell).
Good: the fretwork; the low action; the paint and finish work; good strings from the factory; guitar has excellent sustain; no loose screws or fasteners.

While stiff, the trem and zero point system (ZPS) work well once the strings are broken in. The fine tuners are harder to turn than the ones on my S570 (that has the ZR trem).

Bad - the stock Infinity 3/4 pickups: harmonic squeal all day, but they are harsh (in a bad way); muddy with higher gains; lack sensitivity, clarity and good response for tapped notes; when played clean (through solid state or tube amp), they sound trebly harsh. I will be replacing these pickups, maybe with Breed/True Velvet/Air Norton.
I got an excellent condition 4 deal.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Recent purchase of the Ibanez RG350DX

By JOE KLENOVICH

from Georgia

Comments about Ibanez RG350DX Electric Guitar:

Like I said, this is a great guitar!!! I have toured all over this world, and now own my own Studio, and this guitar is very clean if you are recording or playing live. And the growl is just awesome. You can great pick attack and chirps, and just bad ass tones!!!!
I recently needed a guitar for my recording studio so I always have had good luck with Ibanez, and my instincts did not fail me! For what I paid for this little jem I got one ass kicking guitar. I record allot of classic rock and 80's hair band music and let me tell you, right out of the box, I tuned this bad boy and it did not disappoint. Oh and by the wat the pickups sounded great, and I love what they did to the tremolo with the Zero Point System and the Stud Lock Screw. The Edge Zero 2 tremolo has something to offer everyone. The neck is super fast, and it even came with my brand of strings,D'Addario!
I have been playing Bass and Guitar for over 30 years, and I am here to tell you that the quality and workmanship of this guitar rates with higher priced guitars. Don't think twice buy it!
I got a great deal. Call in your order you will save money!!!!!

 
5.0

Well worth the money

By Jeffrey Hopper

from Pleasant Plains, Il.

Comments about Ibanez RG350DX Electric Guitar:

Been playing for 20 years, owned alot of different guitars. This is hands down the best I've had. Only others that would even be worth comparing are Ibanez's I've had in the past.This guitar is put together well, plays well, stays in tune well, sounds like a dream, and is very versatile. Great guitar for any stlye of play..metal, rock, blues, country....again, best guitar I've owned. On a side note, I also bought the Ibanez M100C hardshell case at the same time and it fits the guitar like a glove. Highley recommend that as well.

(3 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Not My Thing

By MattT

from Ohio

Comments about Ibanez RG350DX Electric Guitar:

Overall I don't think I'd recommend the guitar. It looks phenomenal and it sounds great too but I think the guitar has some design and quality control flaws. These are designed to have very flat fret boards to make for fast playing but it makes it impossible to eliminate string buzz considering the nut is so close to the board. Also, the pick ups are very close to the strings so every time you pick single notes you typically will hit the pick ups which is very distracting. I'm really not a fan of the bolt on unfinished neck either. Anytime you have unfinished wood like that it invites moisture in and out even though it may be fast to play. Overall the guitar just felt cheap to me.
The guitar has lots of features such as a whammy bar, locking nut, jumbo frets, and multiple pick up positions and sounds.
The quality is ok. The paint job and fret board are great but I noticed the actual frets were quite tarnished and had sharp edges which is not fun to clean up if you are not a luthier. I also noticed some dents and divots in the frets that you can fill when bending the notes. The frets on this are just not up to par. In addition to this the locking nut is to close to the top of the board so there is no way to eliminate fret buzz in the upper few frets no matter what adjustment make to the truss rod. This model needs a little more TLC from the factory.
The value for the product is good but not great. The pick ups sound pretty good despite being Ibanez models and the guitar sounds quite good. The quality control issues bring the value rating down a little bit though.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Only title I can come up with is AWESOME!

By Ryan Towell

from Alaska

Comments about Ibanez RG350DX Electric Guitar:

What can I say? It's an extremely clean looking and feeling guitar. The sound quality is great, the neck, you can't get a faster better neck than these Wizard's. The bridge is user friendly and once it's locked down, you can dive bomb till yor wrist breaks, and it stays in tune. I have to say pictures do not do this guitar justice at all. The white w/ black hardware looks amazing, the binding around the neck, the inlays, the black tuning keys are all amazing, but what's also great and kind of an added, bonus is the Ibanez logo on the headstock. It's a mirror type/silver and it just gives the guitar an extra cool look to it. This is an amazing guitar. If you play metal, this screams it. If you play instrumental ( ie. vai, satch, Gilbert) this is the axe for you, Even when I play blues and jazz on it, it sounds amazing. I was going to replace the pups w/ a set of Dimarzio evolutions, but I'm going to hold off and save my money, this guitar sounds amazing. Best quality, and guitar by far for the price. This guitar does not look or sound cheap at all. I've also notices a lot more established guitarists actually have this guitar in the arsenal and use it on stage as their number one guitar. That should say something.
The pickups are much better than I thought they would be. My other guitar is loaded w/ Dimarzio's, and honestly this is my #1 guitar now w/ the INF pups. The edge bridge is real easy to use, tune and string. It works great. I've always prefered this bridge over the floyds anyway thought. The black hardware gives it a great look and feel.
When I read that the RG350DX was made in Indonesia I was worried. I've owned three Ibanez' guitars in my past. All were Japanese made, on was the original RG550, The late 70's Les Paul (lawsuit) guitar and the other was the PGM301. I have to say, I love this guitar. Although it is still quite new to me, It looks, plays and sounds amazing.
Are kidding me? I truly believe that this should of cost twice as much or more. I've owned other guitars similar (cough, cough jackson, cough) that I was around a thousand dollars, and I believe the look, feel, playability and sound quality blows those other expensive guitars away. I'll never buy any other guitar, but these Ibanez Rg's...

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