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Ibanez RG7320 7-string Electric Guitar  

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The RG7320 is a 7-string double-locking trem RG. The 5-piece maple/walnut Wizard II-7 neck with bound rosewood fretboard is thin and flat to promote ...Read More

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Made for down-tuned shredding.

The RG7320 is a 7-string double-locking trem RG. The 5-piece maple/walnut Wizard II-7 neck with bound rosewood fretboard is thin and flat to promote agile riffing on its 24 jumbo frets. The AH17 Axis Seven 1 neck humbucker and the AH27 Axis Seven 2 bridge humbucker have ceramic magnets and are voiced to capture the hot resonance of all 7-strings. The Edge Zero bridge with ZPS3Fe spring system allows for the most radical of trem effects with flawless tuning accuracy.

FEATURES
  • Basswood body
  • 5-piece maple/walnut Wizard II-7 neck
  • Bound rosewood fretboard
  • 24 jumbo frets
  • Pearl dot inlays
  • AH17 neck humbucker
  • AH27 bridge humbucker
  • Master tone and volume
  • 3-way pickup switch

Don't just push the edge of the sonic envelope, shred it with this Edge Zero-equipped RG.

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IbanezRG7320 7-string Electric Guitar
 
3.8

(based on 4 reviews)

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2.0

Not really worth it

By Crispy207

from New York, NY

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Pros

  • Good Tone
  • Looks good
  • Solid Electronics

Cons

  • Flat Sound
  • Fret Buzz
  • Poor Pick Up

Best Uses

  • Jamming
  • Practicing

Comments about Ibanez RG7320 7-string Electric Guitar:

Bottom line, the stock pick ups suck and the neck feels "clunky".

The tremelo is great and overall the weight of the guitar is fine.

The high end is actually really nice...but you don't really buy a 7 string for the high end. The B (and the E) are really muddy and buzzy.

If you're really looking for a good 7 string save yourself some money/frustration and look at the Schecter C-7's; they're awesome right out of the box. They have active pickups and a neck-thru design even on their stripped down models (like $100 cheaper too.)

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(10 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Heartbreak City! I hope you read this in full!

Comments about Ibanez RG7320 7-string Electric Guitar:

Ibanez has had a great reputation for a long time and they still produce many great instruments. I feel bad for the low ratings that I have to give. I have been noticing a trend with Ibanez over the years. In their many endeavors to improve the instruments that we all love, they have often produced some wonderful Ideas but so very often with design flaws that need to be discovered and improved. When they are egar to get these ideas in to public I would think they should not put low quality simple hardware into their budget to save a couple of cents per guitar. When you cut corners, you give up that reputation for pocket change. It's sad but true. Here is the run down: A nine (9) in features, a two(2) in quality, a three(3) in value so overall a 4.7 rounded off to a five (5).
Feature-wise this guitar is great! I waited for this guitar to be available as soon as I noticed it was in production. It has everything I want in a 7-string and at a killer price. I gave it a 9 because of a few small things. These are normally found in higher end guitars and do not affect the performance. First and foremost the pickups are okay but I would eventually want to replace them if I was going to use this for recording or as a main stage axe. Secondly the fingerboard wood I prefer is ebony. This guitar features rosewood which is okay just not my favorite. Third the appointments are not outstanding, even to say they are rather boring with the exception of the bound fingerboard. What I am talking about is the dot inlays, yea plain old mundane dots. I think sharktooth inlays would be more appealing to the young guns looking for an entry level, 7-string, tremolo equipped guitar. Despite it costing as much as a lower mid range guitar, this truely is an entry level guitar. That is the price being due to the addition of the whammy bar. Wow a (9) in features! Read on please.
Ok here is where I have issues. I have been an Ibanez aficionado since I first started playing guitar in the early 80s when I noticed some of my guitar heroes using them. I have since owned dozens of great ibanez guitars. I own the non-tremolo version RG7321 which was made in 2004 and had some issues which I was able and willing to fix since it was a second hand nonreturnable axe. It is now a viable workhorse and a great guitar. That aside, I noticed a jump downward in quality of many guitars when Ibanez started building guitars outside of Japan. I have had some great Korean made guitars and even one or two Indonesian Ibanez guitars. First of all when I got my new RG7320 I was almost like a kid at Christmas except with a little care not to ruin the boxes. I opened it and immediately examined the finish which was good for the price range. So I then went to install the whammy bar which to my horror was missing? (-1) for quality control! I immediately contacted for a replacment. I was told it would be sent directly from Hoshino. I wanted to return it and have it exchanged but that would also cost me return shipping so I decided to wait. 2 weeks to get a replacment (-1). I put it in a case and didn't touch it till I got the replacment. Okay with the new bar it being time for a solid test drive. ... all tuned up and I start playing and using the whammy when suddenly the low B string goes slack. Hmm? ... retuned and back to jamming and less than an hour later the A string goes slack? Something is not right! After closer inspection I noticed the intonation screws slipped on the two strings (-2). I get the allen wrench which is included and proceed to reset the intonation and properly tighten the set screws. The wrench fit so loose I could feel it start to slip and round off the hex slot. I decided to use another wrench but same thing. so I go to my expansive collection of SAE and Metric wrenches and try every single one of over a dozen and none would fit properly. I now see why the factory did not tighten them enough. Ibanez cut corners on hardware to save more money (-1)! I now feel like someone ran over my new puppy (-1). I now have to call for an RMA and pay return shipping (-1)! Now closing on nearly a month, over three weeks, after ordering my new guitar and I still don't have one (-1). This guitar feels quite a bit less in quality than my old RG7321. It seems almost like they were in a hurry to get them into production which mine was one of the first off the assembly line (-1). I wish better luck to others. I need to add that I was assuming this as a lower midrange guitar which this guitar looks and feels like. I have never bought the bottom line Ibanez guitars because of the fact that I have seen and played them. In general you usually get what you pay for.I feel the quality of this guitar is the worst of any Ibanez I have ever owned new or used so i am giving it a 2.
This is an entry level guitar, (I feel bad for the aspiring musician who gets a rough hewn instrument and wants to hone his skills when entry level stuff makes it harder to use than the good stuff.) although it may cost as much as a lower mid range axe. There are alternative brands which use the Floyd Rose Special or other licensed versions, some of which are which are lower in price, and for the problems I have had I would not recomend this guitar until it has been in production for a few years so they can work out the bugs with the tremolo system. The Floyd Rose has been around for many years and is still the industry standard. I see I banez desigining yet another attempt to get away from the license of Floyd and create their own system in order to save even more money. Until they succede many of us will own examples of their prototypes, if I might go as far as calling the Ibanez designs that. I still own a 1985 DT350 with the original Pro Rock'r system which is great, but not exactly up to standards of the Floyds of that era. I often feel that in value you get what you pay for. I don't feel that I got quite what I paid for in this guitar so i am giving it a below average on value 3.

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(3 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

THIS GUITAR IS GREAT!!!

By Anonymous

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Comments about Ibanez RG7320 7-string Electric Guitar:

I have had this for about 3 weeks now. I have replaced the pickups due to the style I play. But this guitar is all that and a bag of chips the tremolo on it stays in tune wonderfully. I play more heavy metal and djent style and this guitar is great for it. Extremely fast neck and the pickups have what seems to be extra output. This is one of the best 7 strings I've ever played. I wouldn't trade this guitar for anything. I have it tuned to (low to high) A E A D G B E. If you are looking for an affordable 7 string you wont beat this one.

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(2 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

ibanez rg7320 7 string review

By Anonymous

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Comments about Ibanez RG7320 7-string Electric Guitar:

Great for dive bombing and it stays in tune no matter what you do. i am a skilled guitarist and would chose this guitar over the rest of them for my gigs around America and Europe.

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