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Ibanez RG2620CBK Electric Guitar
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The Ibanez RG2620CBK comes with a basswood body, 5-piece hand-finished Wizard Prestige neck, Edge Pro tremolo, and DiMarzio humbucking pickups. Well ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Ibanez RG2620CBK comes with a basswood body, 5-piece hand-finished Wizard Prestige neck, Edge Pro tremolo, and DiMarzio humbucking pickups. Well equipped, it plays like a dream and has the sound that has made Ibanez the choice for hard rock and metal. The Ibanez RG2620-CBK Electric Guitar is a true hollow-body at a truly nice price. Killer finishes, full body/neck/head/F-hole binding, and precision-inlaid pearl bars on the rosewood fretboard make it look fabulous. ACH1 and ACH2 humbuckers provide a range from prim to pugilistic, making it a tonal tool for everything from jazz to punk to rockabilly. Edge Pro tremolo system provides dive bombing or subtle waver.
- Hand-finished 5-piece maple/walnut Wizard Prestige neck
- Basswood body
- 24 jumbo frets
- Rosewood fingerboard
- Edge Pro bridge
- DiMarzio/Ibanez humbucking pickups
- Pearl dot inlay Maple top, sides, and back
- Mahogany neck
- Bound rosewood fretboard
- ACH1 humbucker at the neck
- ACH2 humbucker at the bridge
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I have been playing this guitar for more than a year. The neck is thin and extremely FAST!!! Once you play on an Ibanez Prestige neck you will have a tough time going back to a thick neck like a Les Paul with the 50's profile. The pickups work for Blues and Metal...I haven't wanted to change them. The 24 Frets are a definite plus - those 2 extra frets make a BIG difference. The Japanese guitar luthiers are extremely meticulous and it shows. This is a top-shelf guitar at a great price.
THe guitar is great! I've seen guitars with thinner necks and lower action but on the guitar the strings are soo soft. Compared to other guitars this rg makes it easy somehow to bend notes without much effort. Although the neck is thinner than the s series guitar neck. The tremelo is great, it's the best tremelo I've used, but isn't so accurate when it comes to tuning.
I was shocked when I finally opened the case to the rg for the first time. The guitar looked beautiful. It looked way better in person than online. The guitar works great, not only is the sound clean but it is at the same time screaming.The action is also really good. The neck is wide so you'll have to get used to it. With a little work on the tremolo height, the action should be perfect, but overall this guitar is worth it.
Well I was in a music shop the other day and I played this guitar through a half stack tube amp and let me tell you playing it was effort less. I have been playing strats since I first started playing guitar and the difference in action and weight and the extra frets (compared to a strat) made it as easy as playing air guitar. I play thrash metal and it seemed perfect for it.
I just added the Ibanez RG2620CBK to my arsenal, and I love it. It came set up perfectly and the pickups are killer and the quality is top notch. I gave up my '73 Strat for it. My favorite guitar of many I own. I play rock and southern rock in a working band doing covers and originals.
This is my first locking tremelo guitar and I am very impressed. This guitar is really high maintenance with tuning and restringing. It takes me about 30 mins to stretch a new set of strings out until they stay intune when using the tremelo. The guitar itself is the most playable electric I have ever experienced. The neck is absurdly thin, which I love for doing fast legato as my thumb does not get as tired. Each pickup position has its own unique sound which is very nice since many coil tapped humbuckers dont sound very good on the single coil positions. Also, the tremelo is ultra sensetive, almost too sensitive so it takes a while to get used to. This guitar is pretty close to what Satch and Vai play, so if that is what you are going for then this is right guitar.
This guitar has an incredible sound to it. The low end is very smooth and the high end really screams. The weight is just right on your shoulders and the action is very fast. The trem does tend to be very touchy and takes getting used to. All in all this thing kicks axe!!!!