RG7321 7-String Electric Guitar Black 886830193934

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The Ibanez RG7321 7-string electric guitar's pickups and pickup placement provide the hard-edged cutting tone needed for heavy rock.

Since 1987, many players have selected the Ibanez RG as t... Read More

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Overview

The Ibanez RG7321 7-string electric guitar's pickups and pickup placement provide the hard-edged cutting tone needed for heavy rock.

Since 1987, many players have selected the Ibanez RG as their weapon of choice for visiting sonic mayhem on the metal masses. With the right choice of pickups and flat, fast necks, the RG crunched its way to classic status.

As heavy as it rocks, the RG7321 is made of basswood, a comparatively lightweight wood, which makes it very comfortable for extended playing. With a good balance of highs and lows, basswood is right in between alder and mahogany in sound character. 24 jumbo frets offer easy playing for leads and chording and the Fixed 7 string thru bridge provides great tone and sustain. Total tonal choice is provided 5-way switching of two Ibanez Axis 7 humbuckers with coil-splitting capabilities.

If you've always wondered what you could do with a 7-string guitar, now is the time to find out.

Features
  • Wizard II-7 5pc. maple/walnut neck
  • Basswood body
  • 24 jumbo frets
  • Bound rosewood fingerboard
  • Fixed 7 bridge
  • AH27 Axis Seven 2 bridge pickup
  • AH17 Axis Seven 1 neck pickup
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4.8

(based on 58 reviews)

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Wonderous machine

Not having enough money at the current time to own one, I have been to guitar center neumerous times to play this perticular guitar. I have been pleased from day one with Ibanez's ability...Read complete review

Not having enough money at the current time to own one, I have been to guitar center neumerous times to play this perticular guitar. I have been pleased from day one with Ibanez's ability to buile a great 7-string guitar, especially the RG-7321, with hardtail bridge allows you to utilize the ability of having that seventh string to drop down to an A for that extra lowness. Other than a quick swap of the pickups to brighten the sound I'd say this guitar is almost the perfect 7-string, with its thin neck almost totally doing away with the fact that the neck is about 1/4" wider. If you want to go heavy at a great price it's this guitar. I personally like to use a Mesa single or dual rectifier combo amp to play through when I play this guitar, nothings beats a dual rectifier and a low tuned guitar.

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Its ok for the money

I would say that some portions of the make are good quality and other portions are bad quality. Just like any Ibanez that is not a prestige, it is recommended that the pickups be...Read complete review

I would say that some portions of the make are good quality and other portions are bad quality. Just like any Ibanez that is not a prestige, it is recommended that the pickups be changed, duh. What I didn't like is that the nut on the guitar was not filed properly which messed with the tuning after bending strings. Upon looking inside at the circuitry, I found that some of the soldering joints were poor and the set up was very messy. The wood crafting part of the guitar is marvelous. The neck has a good shape that makes it easy to play for a seven string. The action was a little high when I first got the guitar but the adjustment was easy due to the overly simplistic bridge system. Intonation was also easily adjustable. The playability is adequate where little effort is needed to press down on the string, the only downside is that the fret wire could be filed down at the edges a little. Overall, I would say this is a good start when getting used to a seven string guitar.

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3.0

Its ok for the money

By Jeremiah

from Fort Worth, Texas

I would say that some portions of the make are good quality and other portions are bad quality. Just like any Ibanez that is not a prestige, it is recommended that the pickups be changed, duh. What I didn't like is that the nut on the guitar was not filed properly which messed with the tuning after bending strings. Upon looking inside at the circuitry, I found that some of the soldering joints were poor and the set up was very messy. The wood crafting part of the guitar is marvelous. The neck has a good shape that makes it easy to play for a seven string. The action was a little high when I first got the guitar but the adjustment was easy due to the overly simplistic bridge system. Intonation was also easily adjustable. The playability is adequate where little effort is needed to press down on the string, the only downside is that the fret wire could be filed down at the edges a little. Overall, I would say this is a good start when getting used to a seven string guitar.

(0 of 15 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Save up for better

By Kura DeYoung

from Kalamazoo MI

I got a chance to play this and the RG8 at my GC, and they are slightly lower than average. The main reason anyone would buy an extended-range guitar is to djent. this does NOT djent. both this and the RG8 sound like the bridge is made of felt. Not to mention, having 9 gauge strings stock SUCKS BALLS!

 
5.0

Extremely Awesome

By Mikk Jacko

from Suttons Bay Michigan

I finally bought this guitar, for an awesome price, and it was well worth it. I've been wanting to move up to a seven string guitar and this was the one to start out with, it plays very well and handles very well, and as well as looks. Right out of my case, I bought with it, it was tuned and ready to go, so right off the top of my head I knew what to play in the tuning, (Korn, Fear Factory, and Mushroomhead). The guitar itself wasn't damaged, it was really smooth, light weight, and a nice slick black color to it, plus it sounded, felt, and played right. I've had this guitar for awhile now and still playing it, why? Because it's awesome, and it's affordable.

 
5.0

Up all night

By David Murphy

from Livingston, Texas

This IBANEZ RG 7321 has an awsome sound for the price. The sound is pentrating through the walls of our house and it sounds good. Thanks Guitar Center.

 
5.0

complete satisfaction

By michael hirdman

from grants pass oregon

this is my second seven string. i used to have a schecter damien elite-7. this guitar is lighter, the neck is MUCH slimmer, and the only feature you lose is the emg active pickups. if you are trying to choose between the two, buy the ibanez, and with the amount you save buy a nice molded case and a tuner(or whatever else) like i did. this is a GREAT starter 7. highly recommended.

 
5.0

Your new best friend

By Chuck Thompson

from New Jersey

Well, being a gibson player before my meeting with this amazing instrument. I never would have guessed that a seven string could produce such an all around great tone. I had little faith in ibanez from past experience but i tryed to this guitar out in a gc in jersey and was pretty much sold as soon as i played it. The neck is almost flat on the bottom, which i never seen on any other guitar i played. Its one of the most playable guitars ive ever played, and ive played many guitars in my time. The tone can go from jazzy to blistering while still having its own unique sound. The pups are okay, but duncans would make this perfect. Anyway BUY THIS THING you can't hate it. Its the best guitar ive ever played and its still my favorite, i sold an americanfender stratocaster and bought this, and i dont regret it one bit.

 
5.0

Simply awesome!

By Kareem Gibbs

from Atlanta,GA

I got this guitar for my 15 birthday, nearly 2 years later it's still just as amazing as the day I got it. The best part about this guitar guitar is the seven string, and trust me you wont find a better quality seven string guitar of the same price. Since the guitar has a fixed bridge It doesn't feature a whammy..Darn right? No, becuase of this the guitar stays in tune for an extended period of time and offers that cutting tone we all want. I'm not 100% sure but I think this guitar has some sort of scratch resistant paint on it, becuase I've dragged this guitar through a lot and it doesn't have one scratch on it. The only thing I have to complain about this guitar are the pickups. Don't get me wrong they're good for stock pickups but they are a bit muddy, so they don't offer that crisp tone when you need it. And assuming on the type of amp this guitar can have a bit of a buzz. All I did was replace the pick-ups and it solved the problem. And yes I highly recommend this guitar to average to pro playing guitarist.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

awesome

By jonasty

from San Francisco

this guitar is perfect for the sound i wanted and at a very decent price. the pickups actually do produce a good tone and the neck is very thin and easy to play. light guitar overall. TOTALLY SATISFIED :)

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Amazing!

By Ethan

from Haysville, ks

I got this guitar used at the guitar center in wichita, ks. It plays amazing and the previous owner even put in a new dimarzio bridge pickup! All around its an amazing guitar.

 
5.0

best thing EVAR!!!!!!

By hogg

from North Carolina

i love this guitar its good for playing korn , white chapel , mushroomhead and more.i got it because people were telling me i was tuning my 6 string far to low so i got the RG7321 and fell in love with the thing . over all quality is amazing but pickups might need to be changed it depends who u r

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