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An ultrafast playing experience across all 7 strings and a gorgeous quilted maple top.
Meet Ibanez's new made-for-metal guitar series, Iron Label. Working from the chassis of their famous RG, they modded and tweaked with the heaviest of metal in mind. The RGIX27FEQMs quilted maple top and basswood body hits that perfect formula of comfortable weight and rich in sustain. With jumbo frets and bound ebony fingerboard, playing speed and comfort are carried to a new level by the original innovators of the fast neck, with their latest Nitro Wizard-7 neck design.
No matter what your signal chain, an EMG 707 in the neck position and an EMG 707 in the bridge, guarantees a thick, complex distortion from which to carve your signature sound. The Gibraltar Standard 7 bridge is extremely reliable and the performance enhancing killswitch puts you in command of a head-turning strobe effect. With the purposefully Spartan Iron Label, you won't find a feature here that doesn't contribute directly to waking the dead.
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Comments about Ibanez Iron Label RG Series RGIX27FEQM 7-String Electric Guitar:
This guitar blew my mind as soon as I saw it. I have been an ESP LTD guy for a long time, but as far as production model 7 strings go, Ibanez really brought it with this one. The neck is incredibly comfortable, extremely thin, and very flat. I had never played a guitar with this neck profile until it showed up. At first it was strange to me, but i was quick to fall in love with it. As for the tone; The guitar is extremely well balanced. The lows do not over power the mids or highs, and everything sounds very bright. This is not one of those dreary sounding 7 strings that can only be used to terrible death metal covers. This guitar could easily be utilized in a wide range of style spanning from Jazz to the heaviest of Deathcore by simply changing the settings on your amp. The killswitch is also fun to use as well as applicable to everyday playing (no more rolling off the volume knob during silent passages). Finally, the finish; This guitar looks STUNNING. The pictures online do not do the color of this guitar ANY justice. Buy it, and you will see.