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Ibanez RG370AX Electric Guitar
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The Ibanez RG370AX electric guitar's sublime red shock-wave finish highlights the lightweight ash guitar body's intricately figured grain. The bound ...Click To Read More About This Product
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A shredder's dream guitar with an ash body and advanced tremolo system.
The Ibanez RG370AX electric guitar's sublime red shock-wave finish highlights the lightweight ash guitar body's intricately figured grain. The bound 24-fret, 3-piece Ibanez Wizard II neck promotes fast and effortless shredding. RG370AX guitar aesthetic touches include sharktooth fingerboard inlays and black hardware.
Ibanez Infinity Pickups
The shred guitar's Ibanez Infinity 3 (INF3) humbucking pickup's ceramic magnet provides dynamic sound for chording and rhythm. The Ibanez Infinity Single 3 (INFS3) single-coil pickup boasts an alnico magnet and delivers traditional sound with the higher output needed for modern rock. Ibanez fashioned it to work with the humbuckers set in the split position. The humbucking Ibanez Infinity pickup—with alnico magnet—offers brilliant tone for lead work. The warm-sounding pickup generates good harmonics.
Ibanez Edge III tremolo
The Edge III tremolo's low profile fine tuners mean better palm comfort while providing extraordinary tuning stability even under the most demanding playing conditions. The diabolical, double-locking Ibanez Edge III bridge holds up under the most radical tremolo effects ever, as well as providing total tuning stability.
For more than 20 years, the legion of Ibanez RG warriors has grown like a virus, thrusting Ibanez RG guitars to the head of the metal pack. Ibanez RG guitars' fast, flat necks, rabid pickups and double-locking tremolos combine to create sonic demons from beyond the world of mortals.
- Solidbody double-cutaway
- Light ash body
- 3-piece bolt-on maple neck
- 25.5" scale
- Wizard II neck profile
- 1.69" nut width
- 24 jumbo frets
- Bound rosewood fretboard
- 15.75" fretboard radius
- Sharktooth fretboard inlays
- Edge III bridge
- INF3 bridge humbucker
- INFS3 middle single-coil
- INF4 neck humbucker
- Master volume, master tone controls
- 5-way blade pickup selector
- Die-cast tuners
- Black hardware
- Wizard II neck dimensions:
- Scale length: 25.5"/648mm
- Fretboard radius: 15.75"/400mm
- Width at nut: 1.69"/43mm
- Width last fret: 2.20"/56mm
- Thickness 1st fret: 0.74"/19mm
- Thickness 12th fret: 0.82"/21mm
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I bought this to have a fun guitar and to be the complete opposite of my American Tele. I really had to adjust to the lighter touch but am having fun doing it. Stays in tune like a champ. Very bright tone ( ash body). Records great and has unleashed my inner shredder! I do NOT regret buying this guitar.
I own several Strats with standard tremolos and neck radius'. I play blues and classic rock. I was looking for a "toy" to play around with a floyd type set up for that 80's glam rock sound. This guitar has fantastic tone and sustain. I'm running a 150 Blue Voodoo head with 4 12's. The ash body is pleasing to the eye and light. The pick up's are fantastic. The humbucklers can be loaded up with lots of distortion and effects, yet still retain the note clarity. The single coil has a nice clean punchy tone. The Edge tremolo seems to stay in tune even with moderate abuse. The neck is really what I got it for. 15" radius, this baby is flat. The action can be set alot lower than I would ever want it. On the down side now. The humbucklers are not coil tapped. The volume knob doesn't fade all the way down, but "cuts" the sound out around 1/4 volume. The whammy bar does not tighten up, but just slips in and it has excessive play in the arm. There is not a allen wrench storage on the back of the headstock. I'm sure I will change the tremolo to official Floyd type after a while. IMO this is a great guitar for bedroom/beginner guitarist with no changes made. Seasoned/working players will want to make a few changes and mods. I can not believe how much quality is in this thing compared to the price. I would put this up against guitars in its class at twice its value. Just remember, this is NOT a blues guitar! Those tones don't exist here, but what you do have is an awesome collection of EVH/Whitesnake/80's sounds that will spike your hair. - Now where's my wife's eye shadow?
I ordered this guitar not knowing what to expect and was pleasantly surprised. This guitar plays, looks, and feels like it is worth at least double what it is. The pickups scream through my marshall and produce a nice warm clean through my tube amp.
I already owned an Ibanez RG350MDX when I decided to purchase this guitar, so I knew what to expect. My first order of business (as with all new guitars) was to take it to my trusted tech at the local music store to set it up to my liking. Once that was out of the way this baby left me with a permanent grin on my face. The neck design is superb for my rather large hands, and the action makes everything from bar chords to extreme string-bending almost effortless. The pickups provide a wide tonal variety, and the five-position switch gives me all the range from Strat to Les Paul (the 'in-between' positions use only one coil from the humbuckers in tandem with the single coil). The whammy bar is loose from the factory but can be tightened via a 1mm hex screw at the back of the bridge to personal preference and, abuse it though I may, the bridge never goes out of tune more than a quick twist of the microtuners can fix in a fraction of a second. Hooked up to my Line 6 Spider IV 120 and FBV shortboard the RG370AX does whatever I want, from full metal to country twang - effortlessly. Both thumbs up for this one!
this guitar is amazing,it is my first guitar with both 3 pickups and with a tremolo bar,the pain is amazing,the red is part of the wood grain and at a distance it looks like an aged black,the pickups are great for heavily distorted music,clean doesn't clean up all that well,but its still good the tuners are really nice,a bit small but im use to my les paul. overall this is a great guitar and for the price its hard to beat.
This AX is the first "Ibby" I've ever purchased. I've only been playing guitar for 9 months. Action is good from the factory, not too high, and I had no buzzing. No problems with the Edge III yet, stays in tune, but I don't yank on it like I'm trying to change a tire either. Neck is faster than my Dinky. Love the body colors, looks black & red during the daylight, then looks brown when the lights go down. Pick ups are the Ibanez INF 3's and 4's, the single plays cleans really well. Take it for what it's worth, great guitar.