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Ibanez RG370DXGP1 Electric Guitar
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The RG370DXGP1 is the perfect combination of a fast, flat 3-piece Wizard II neck, INF pickups (hum/sing/sum), and a precision Edge III tremolo system...Click To Read More About This Product
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The RG370DXGP1 is the perfect combination of a fast, flat 3-piece Wizard II neck, INF pickups (hum/sing/sum), and a precision Edge III tremolo system. This metal marvel just keeps getting better and this guitar's Digital Camo finish will prepare you for the most sweaty of stage warfare.
- 3-piece Wizard II neck
- INF pickups (H/S/H)
- Edge III tremolo system
Reviewed by 15 customers
First thing I noticed when I picked this thing up was the neck, after playing strat necks & Jackson necks, the thing was incredibly thin, and equally fast as my Jackson, and there is only a few problem I really have with the RG370DXGP1, and that is the Edge III trem is a little more sensitive than I like. The pickups were alright on the overdrive and hot channel of the Ibanez TBX65R that I was testing things through, but I found them lacking in the clean channel, and it's fatal flaw is the lack of harmonics, maybe because I'm used to my Jackson's pickups, but this thing was almost impossible to get a pinch out of without hitting the boost on the amp, which pretty much turns it into a triple rectifier only smaller. All in all a decent guitar if you don't mind these issues.
Ibanez RG370DXGP1 Electric GuitarI've had this axe for about 8 months now. I've got the black and white camo. Anyway I was in a local music store and I wanted to try out some Ibanez guitars. I played this bad boy and couldn't beleive the value. Talk about your diamond in the rough... I must say that this guitar fits like a glove. The wizard neck is phenominal to play. When I first read about these guitars I was concerned that the pick-ups might be weak. Let me say this- these pick-ups scream! And the with the HSH pick-up scheme you can really get a very broad range on of sounds for different styles. I primarily go the the Van Halen sound with the tone crunch harmonics etc and these pick-ups absolutely DELIVER what I need. If you like- rollback the volume a bit and switch to the single coil pick-up and just like that you can get a nice soft tone when you feel like playing some Eric Johnson. I normally don't do many reviews but this guitar for this price is one of the best values I have ever come across.
This is my second ibanez guitar and its awesome. this Axe is worth every penny the edge II Trem. is great and it holdes in tune so well. My only problem is the D string's tuner (on the edge II) has to go all the way to the metal to be tuned properly. Still, nothings perfect(but this is prety close!) this guitar is AWESOME!
I have the old paintjob of this guitar(its alot cooler looking than the camo one XD) I changed up the pickups for emg 81's and it sounds pretty nice. The stock pickups in it are more for rock/soft rock than say metal but its pretty nice. The neck is fast and wood is nice. The tremelo is decent. I changed the strings on it, and ever since it dosnt want to stay tuned but otherwise its a nice guitar.
This guitar is realy great. I've had mine for about a year and its still playing great. I've found that you gotta "break them in" and then they realy sound amazing. The pickups are good for the amount of money the guitar costs... the edge 3 bridge feels a little bit cheap compared to more expensive models but you get what you pay for. I also wish the finish on the gardware was a bit more durable. Mine has started to chip off on the bridge. great guitar for the money and its definetly worth upgrading.
I bought the Ibanez RG370DXGP1 a few months ago and it is freaking amazing! Everything about this guitar is worth what you're paying for. It did take me about a month to get used to the double locking tremolo but after figuring it out I've had it in every tuning from drop b, drop c, drop d, and also standard and it never goes out of tune no matter how much I wank on the tremolo.
I played it at the local guitar store and it sounds awsome. The neck is super thin and it holds tune pretty well. It sounds great with distortion and pretty good clean to.
I spent months looking for a guitar that was this price and wasn't just a piece of junk. This is exactly what I needed. The only problems is that you cant put very heavy strings on it, and I use about 11's most of the time. The heaviest I could put on were 10's, so its not that bad. Also, the wammy bar falls out all the time. I fixed that with some masking tape tho and now its great! Good luck finding anything better for this price.
This guitar is awesome. The finish is absolutely stunning. The tremolo is awesome and it stays in tune. The inlays look awesome. The coil splitting lets you get an awesome clean. The only bad thing is I cant figure out how to get the volume knobs off. Theyre superglued or something. I also plan on changing the bridge pickup cuz its a little bland, but its not bad. Maybe an invader or a dimarzio, so I can get squealtastic squeals of doom. Oh, this guitar is extremely heavy (in weight) so get straplocks. Out my 250 watt Behringer amp, this is great for Metallica, Killswitch Engage, All that Remains, and just a touch of War of Ages and Slipknot.
This guitar is just good with anything. Any type of genre you play. I play metal which this thing is BEST for. The neck is super skinny and the fretboard is blazing fast and the look of it is just killer. If you play metal I would definitly check this one out. I probably will never buy it because im a b c rich fan. and its expensove for me.