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Ibanez RG370DXGP2 Electric Guitar

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The Ibanez RG370DXGP electric guitar's pickups and pickup placement provide the hard-edged cutting tone needed for heavy rock. The eye-popping patter...Click To Read More About This Product

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An eye-grabbing rocker.

The Ibanez RG370DXGP electric guitar's pickups and pickup placement provide the hard-edged cutting tone needed for heavy rock. The eye-popping pattern on the top is sure to grab attention and inspire you to new levels of creativity.

Since 1987, many players have selected the Ibanez RG as their weapon of choice for visiting sonic mayhem on the metal masses. With the right choice of pickups and flat, fast necks, the RG has dive-bombed and crunched its way to classic status.

As heavy as it rocks, the RG370DXGP guitar is made of basswood, a comparatively lightweight wood, which makes it very comfortable for extended playing. With a good balance of highs and lows, basswood sits right between alder and mahogany in sound character. 24 jumbo frets offer easy playing for leads and chording and the Edge III tremolo bridge lets you divebomb all night long.

FEATURES
  • Wizard II neck
  • 3pc. Maple Neck
  • Basswood Body
  • 24/Jumbo frets
  • Bound Rosewood Finger Board
  • Edge III bridge
  • IBZ INF3 (H) Neck PU
  • IBZ INFS3 (S) Mid PU
  • IBZ INF4 (H) Bridge PU
  • Sharktooth Inlay
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4.6

(based on 28 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Excellent Guitar

I just bought one of these beauties about a month ago. I got it in the black, and the finish/graphic is stunning. It makes a great first impression, and you know that...Read complete review

I just bought one of these beauties about a month ago. I got it in the black, and the finish/graphic is stunning. It makes a great first impression, and you know that it means business. Well, I'll start off with the neck. It's nice and thin and fast, just how I like it. Twenty-four nice jumbo frets. No rough edges, just silky smoothness. It's very easy to switch from chord to chord, or to access upper frets. The nice low action makes fretting effortless.Next, the stock pickups are great. The neck pickup is and chunky, producing a nice thick sound; especially when overdriven. The bridge pickup is great when you crank up the distortion. It's heavy and crunchy, yet you can still hear each note distinctly. You can also get some nice tones on the clean channel with the help of the single coil. You can really play any style of music that you want with the pickup options. For me, an intermediate level guitarist, they're more than enough. Although, I may drop an Evo in the bridge someday. ;DThe Edge III Trem is beyond what I had originally expected. When properly set up, it stays in tune up to a week or two for me. Very solid.For the money, you really can beat it. It plays better than guitars twice its price. I recommend it to a novice with a bit of money, or an intermediate/advanced player on a budget. Great Guitar.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Ibanez quality control needs to get better

Nowadays, I do not play Ibanez. Before playing this, I did not detest them though. I cannot believe I ever played an RG before I got my Jackson, because this thing made...Read complete review

Nowadays, I do not play Ibanez. Before playing this, I did not detest them though. I cannot believe I ever played an RG before I got my Jackson, because this thing made me regret it completely. I walked into a local guitar center to get the tremolo on my Jackson DXMG, which I use as a practice and backup guitar when I can't use my Warrior. I saw this Ibanez and I thought "wow, finally an RG with a graphic finish, I got to try it". Wow do I regret doing such.Neck: Unlike my previous RG, this RG's neck is not fast at all. It's slow as anything, and it feels like I'm gripping a baseball bat. It is so slow. I've since sold my RG370, but that guitar was over 100 bucks less then this one and it was twice as fast as this RG. Also, the sharkfin inlays are painted on! At least with my Jackson they used Pearloid, which although it isn't mother of pearl, isn't as bad looking as paint. I was literally able to scratch some of the paint off one of the inlays.Weight: Well, it doesn't weigh a lot. That's ok. The finish though is absolutely fake. I mean, my DXMG is gun metal gray, and it looks more real then this guitar's finish. Tremolo: Well, like my other RG, I find again that the Edge tremolo fails to stand up to the Floyd Rose. It keeps going out of tune all the time, and I didn't even put that much stress on it. My DXMG's Jackson Floyd was better. And the edge is not easier to change strings on, if anything it' harder to do it with for me.Pickups: No contest here. EMG HZs vs. Ibanez stock pickups. EMGs win. In short, do not even touch this guitar. Don't even think of buying it. It's a piece of crap. If you got the money, spend it on a Jackson DXMG. That guitar is more performance worthy then this one.

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5.0

Best guitar ever!!!!!!!!!!!

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

This guitar is awesome!!! I just got it yesterday and it sounds, plays, and looks like guitars costing much more. I could do without the single coil pickup bud it's good for clean tones. the bridge is really good for metal, although I don't care too much for the pop in tremelo arm. The wizard II neck feels amazing and is good for me because I have really little hands. overall this is a great guitar.

 
5.0

Ibanez have done it again.

By JacksonLoveMe, ILoveJackson

from Australia Sydney

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I had the stock pickups in for a few months but then changed them. But in those few months they were great. The Edge Tremolo is brilliant giving you perfect Dimebag like squeals and the neck is as fast as any Jackson or ESP above $1000. The finish is brilliant and makes you stand out and the superstar shape is always brilliant. All in all great.

 
4.0

Great guitar but...

By Ibanez4Life-dUmet

from Michigan

I actually owned the lefty version of this for about a month. It was a great guitar but when I took it in to have a set-up done on it, they discovered the frets were uneven which was causing alot of buzz. They also informed me that the tremelo system was made out of a cheap white metal which was likely to bend, break or crack. The Ibanez imitation tremelo just isnt a Floyd Rose. The decision is really yours, it is a great guitar and I loved the features but I just didnt want to have such expensive defects, so I returned it.

 
5.0

Not a bad guitar

By Shadowfyrex00x

from NY

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I got this guitar about a month ago, and let me tell you that its worth the buy. The finish looks amazing. The neck is very smooth but not very fast. My Gibson SG has a thinner neck that this and thats disappointing. The guitar is a pain in the butt to tune due to the edge III tremolo but the tunning will stay in place no matter how many times you will dive bomb. I recommend you keep it in one tunning to avoid hours of tunning. The stock pick-ups aren't bad but I recommend a pair of EMG-81 or Black Seymour Duncan SHR-1 for a high output sound. Overall a great guitar for people who want a cheap but good playing guitar.

 
5.0

buy it!!!!!!!!!!!!

By no name

from calaforna

you all have to buy this!!!! it is so cool!!! you won't be dissaponted!!!!

 
3.0

Great looks, not so good sound

By treeunit212

from Detroit, MI

Well, I had seen this guitar online, and found one in my local music store. I decided to try it out to see if it was any good, so I plugged it into a Peavey Envoy and started plucking away.I don't own a guitar with a floyd rose (yet), so I don't know if this is normal or if its got worn out springs or something, but when I tried to palm mute, it made the tremolo bend slightly, which made the notes bend up slightly.As I played more, I noticed that the pickups didn't sound too good. As I tried out a few divebombs, I noticed they didn't have very much sustain at all either.All in all, this isn't such a good ibanez. Don't let its good looks fool you. My current Ibanez with inactive emgs sounds better than this guitar.

 
2.0

Ibanez quality control needs to get better

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Nowadays, I do not play Ibanez. Before playing this, I did not detest them though. I cannot believe I ever played an RG before I got my Jackson, because this thing made me regret it completely. I walked into a local guitar center to get the tremolo on my Jackson DXMG, which I use as a practice and backup guitar when I can't use my Warrior. I saw this Ibanez and I thought "wow, finally an RG with a graphic finish, I got to try it". Wow do I regret doing such.Neck: Unlike my previous RG, this RG's neck is not fast at all. It's slow as anything, and it feels like I'm gripping a baseball bat. It is so slow. I've since sold my RG370, but that guitar was over 100 bucks less then this one and it was twice as fast as this RG. Also, the sharkfin inlays are painted on! At least with my Jackson they used Pearloid, which although it isn't mother of pearl, isn't as bad looking as paint. I was literally able to scratch some of the paint off one of the inlays.Weight: Well, it doesn't weigh a lot. That's ok. The finish though is absolutely fake. I mean, my DXMG is gun metal gray, and it looks more real then this guitar's finish. Tremolo: Well, like my other RG, I find again that the Edge tremolo fails to stand up to the Floyd Rose. It keeps going out of tune all the time, and I didn't even put that much stress on it. My DXMG's Jackson Floyd was better. And the edge is not easier to change strings on, if anything it' harder to do it with for me.Pickups: No contest here. EMG HZs vs. Ibanez stock pickups. EMGs win. In short, do not even touch this guitar. Don't even think of buying it. It's a piece of crap. If you got the money, spend it on a Jackson DXMG. That guitar is more performance worthy then this one.

 
5.0

splendifferently superb

By kalkutta dave

from south pa.

if i would have bought this ax first i wouldn't have gotten the other 17 ax's!! next time i'll listen to my brother. what a value!!! this ax is a rockshredder!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! really,i would recommend this guitar to anyone who wants to succeed at playin' guitar!!for real b....this ax has it all.

 
5.0

Wow is all i can say

By Ibanezguy9000

from Sandy Hook,Ky

I played this Ibanez in my local guitar shop and was absolutely blown away. I had been looking for a new guitar and was looking at Jacksons and ESP's since they are some of the leading brands in the fast metal scene today.I now own it. The neck is very fast, pickups sound better than the Kirk Hammet EMG's in my Strat, and the tremelo is top notch, I have not yet had a problem with it staying in tune at all and the div bombs and squeals are insanely close to Dimebags and Vais.

 
5.0

awesome guitar, awesome deal

By IBANEZ!!!!!

from Cincinnati, Ohio

this guitar is awesome and worth the buy..the finish is amazing, the action is awesome, and the edge 3 tremelo is awesome giving perfect dimebag like squeals and awesome dive bombs, and this thing will not go out of tune, when it came to my house it was in tune...the only thing that i didnt like that much was the pickups...but that was solved easily with a dimarzio super distortion at the bridge...get this guitar you'll love it...

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