The Ibanez RG652FX Prestige is a lightweight electric guitar that features a basswood body and the incredible Ibanez Super Wizard High Performance 5-piece neck for fast and effortless shredding. The 2... Click To Read More About This Product
The Ibanez RG652FX Prestige is a lightweight electric guitar that features a basswood body and the incredible Ibanez Super Wizard High Performance 5-piece neck for fast and effortless shredding. The 24-fret rosewood fingerboard is dressed with dot inlays and has an ultraflat 16.92" radius that makes 2-hand tapping effortless.
The RG652FX is made in Japan and features lower profiled design Gibraltar bridge for playing comfort, and Gotoh locking tuners offer great tuning stability. This Prestige guitar features the powerful and versatile combination of the deep and warm DiMarzio Air Norton in the neck position, and the wide-range, high output DiMarzio The Tone Zone in the bridge position. With the 5-way blade selector switch, you can access to professional quality tone easily. Hard shell case included.
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Comments about Ibanez RG652 Prestige RG Series Electric Guitar:
I'm a 30+ guitarist, always Les Paul, but have had a soft spot for Ibanez and decided to finally pick one up. I'm not interested in whammy bars, so this Prestige seemed perfect. The overall quality is fantastic. The neck is sleek and very playable. The body is well balance and feels comfortable standing or sitting. The various tonalities on different pick up settings make this guitar musical in a range of styles that I play--jazz, hard rock, abstract, funky. However, there are 1 or 2 "wolf notes" that sound on the G string around the 10th fret. These are notes that die off and just don't resonate as naturally as other notes on the neck. I don't think this is a manufacturing issue as wolf notes have more to do with the physics of wood than manufacturing flaws. But I do wish that every notes resonance played evenly. For this reason, I may return (this being my second RG652 with the same issue).