The Ibanez RDG321 Electric Guitar dispenses with the frills and gives no-nonsense, straight-ahead rocking attitude, yet it has the good to deliver massive bone-shattering tone. The 3-piece Wizard II m... Click To Read More About This Product
The Ibanez RDG321 Electric Guitar dispenses with the frills and gives no-nonsense, straight-ahead rocking attitude, yet it has the good to deliver massive bone-shattering tone. The 3-piece Wizard II maple neck is mated to a basswood body with a black flat finish. The bound rosewood fretboard has 24 jumbo frets to handle your most rigorous riffage. The extra long 26-1/2" scale is built to handle the full-step down factory tuning (D-G-C-F-A-D). VK1 bridge and VK2 neck Down Tunz humbuckers with Alnico V bar polepieces are designed to match for down tuning and provide high output with clarity in the high end to cut through the mix. The Gibraltar Standard bridge gives you accurate fine-tuning and longer sustain with increased stability. Each saddle has a smooth top and, combined with the low profile, offers maximum playing comfort.
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Comments about Ibanez RGD321 Electric Guitar:
Ive had this guitar for about a year now and decided to write a review. At first the guitar is good, stock pickups are nice and what I love is the extended scale. It makes down tuning a breeze. I swapped out the bridge pickup for a lundgren m6 and its the best thing I could of done to it. It just sounds massive. I have mine tuned to Drop A with heavier gauge strings and it sounds so clear and brutal. I highly recommend this guitar for anyone who likes to tune low. The only draw back are the stock pickups. I use a fireball 100 with the gain almost maxed out and the stock pups get pretty noisy. But the guitar feels nice, the neck is a breeze and its just a great guitar for the price.