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Ibanez Limited Edition RGR521EX2 Electric Guitar
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The affordable-but-still-deadly Ibanez RGR521EX2 Electric Guitar is a limited-edition RG built for metal! The core is an RG-style mahogany body with ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Metal for the masses.
The affordable-but-still-deadly Ibanez RGR521EX2 Electric Guitar is a limited-edition RG built for metal! The core is an RG-style mahogany body with 2 EMG-designed humbuckers and a bolt-on 3-piece maple neck with reverse-headstock. The special dark swirl finish on the body and headstock plus the extra-large black pearloid vine and pearl reaper inlay on the 25-1/2"-scale rosewood fingerboard give deadly looks. 24 jumbo frets give this axe insane playability for riffers and shredders alike.
- Mahogany body
- 3-piece maple neck
- Wizard II neck profile
- Reverse headstock
- 25-1/2" scale
- 24 jumbo frets
- Rosewood fingerboard
- Black pearloid vine and pearl reaper inlay
- Special dark swirl finish with matching headstock
- Reverse headstock
- Fixed bridge
- Designed by EMG neck pickup
- Designed by EMG bridge pickup
- Tone and volume controls
- 5-way pickup switch
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I recieved this guitar in the mail (9/23/06) and the first thing I had to do was tighten the pot for the "tone" knob, and tune it. The paint and the neck inlay are flawless, definitley an ibanez thats one of a kind. It looks good but how does it play? Well the neck is fast and thin like most or all ibanez elec. and the pups well frankly they suck, definitley need to switch if purchased, duncan or dimarzzio. They have no guts, pinch harmonics are not impossible. Some things I wish were different are of course the pups and I wish it had the zr trem. I also found the volume knob gets in the way of strumming, no big deal if you know what your doing. Overall its a decent guitar, def. one to add to your collection based on looks alone, but with some minor changes, pups mainly im sure youll be pleased. In a way though, I wish I'd went with my gut and got the esp mh-400.