The RG7320 is a 7-string double-locking trem RG. The 5-piece maple/walnut Wizard II-7 neck with bound rosewood fretboard is thin and flat to promote agile riffing on its 24 jumbo frets. The AH17 Axis ... Read More
The RG7320 is a 7-string double-locking trem RG. The 5-piece maple/walnut Wizard II-7 neck with bound rosewood fretboard is thin and flat to promote agile riffing on its 24 jumbo frets. The AH17 Axis Seven 1 neck humbucker and the AH27 Axis Seven 2 bridge humbucker have ceramic magnets and are voiced to capture the hot resonance of all 7-strings. The Edge Zero bridge with ZPS3Fe spring system allows for the most radical of trem effects with flawless tuning accuracy.
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For the price I don't understand how it is so cheap but I like it... The frets are smoothed and perfect for my fingers to shred at the speeds I need for fast parts, yet liquify my groovy parts in a good way. Out of the box ready with D'addario's Strings I didn't have to re-string yet, I've got time to play with these decent ones. I believe its a 58 gage set it came with I usually sport 56 in Drop Ab 7string. The pickups are great for soloing, especially mid-range to highs. Although I'm not 100% satisfied with the low-end sounds at times I think it could be better, you get what you pay for on the pickups. I imagine if DiMarzio's or EMG 707/81-7's were put in this it would be perfectly fine. It could be the strings however, I've only been a fan of using Elixir's nanowebs. Anyways it's a light guitar too with a nice low profile, and thin neck. What is there not to love? Get this rather than a more expensive Ibanez 7 cause this is all you'll need.
I've always been an Ibanez fanatic, and have been playing 7 strings for most of my guitar playing life. I have owned and played on the RG7620 and the RG7420, and previously had an Ibanez RGD2127z Prestige model and it was the best guitar I've ever owned. So that is where my bar is at to give you an idea. This guitar is AMAZING!! when it comes to the 7620 and 7420 models, it blows them away, and those are japanese models. this guitar is made in indonesia, but don't let that fool you, the quality is all there. The Edge Zero II trem is the 2nd best trem system I've ever played on next to the Original Edge Zero. The sustain from this guitar is amazing, and I believe it is due to the Edge Zero II and the ZPS system. I can dive and pull up and dime squeal all day with this thing, and with the strings properly stretched and the locknut locked.. the guitar does not go out of tune. The neck holds up the Legendary Ibanez feel, it's very fast and thin and flat. I have the string height on my guitar sooooo low, and it barely buzzes. However my only complaint about the neck, is the finish on the back of the neck needs a little help. Such a minor thing though. The pickups are decent for stock pickups, but if you're a tone junky like me, that'll probably be the first thing to go. which brings me to the only other complaint I have on my guitar. I say my guitar because I'm not sure if all models are like this, but the routing around the screws for the pickups isn't strait, and looks as though it was rushed, but that's only cosmetic, and you have to be meticulous to even notice it. I'm getting Phase II Blackouts installed though, so that should totally make this not even an issue. soo.. if you are reading this and thinking should I or shouldn't I.. do yourself a favor and go for it.. this thing shreds.. I'm 100000000% satisfied with my purchase and I'm super impressed with this guitar..
i was looking for my first 7 string and this baby put a smile on my face, i had my doubts cz its a new model (i was suggested other guitars and i tried some) but i purchased it and Wow what a beauty and for the price its very nice, the neck is very easy to get used to and its build for speed, the humbuckers are incredible for stock humbuckers, the 5 way switch does its job very well, but sometimes its way to bright for me but again its got a tone knob and that fixes it, what im trying to say is this guitar growl pretty good for heavy music, sounds amazing when playing clean, very powerfull humbuckers and the ppl in ibanez did and amazing job w this one, totally worth every penny, and its not expensive at all, i've been playing for 10 yrs now and i've tried several guitar besides of what i own
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