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Produced exclusively in Japan with passion and pride.
As the crown jewel of Ibanez, the Prestige line represents the passion and pride of Japanese luthiery. These guitars, produced exclusively in Japan, have earned worldwide acclaim and respect throughout the industry for their craftsmanship, quality, and innovation. Combine this with the classic Ibanez RG design and you have an instrument that truly represents a cornerstone of the Ibanez legacy.
The RG752FX features a basswood body and includes top quality components such as the Wizard 7 Prestige 5-piece maple/wenge neck for smooth, fast performance and rock solid stability. Electronics include a pair of DiMarzio PAF-7 pickups that perform like classic late 50s humbuckers for a bright, clean sound from the lower strings.
The Gibraltar Standard II-7 bridge, designed for precise intonation adjustment, playing comfort, and great sustain, combine with super smooth Gotoh MG-T locking tuners for superior tuning stability. Hardshell case included.
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Comments about Ibanez RG752FX Prestige RG Series 7 String Electric Guitar:
went from an RGD2127Z with Bare Knuckle Aftermaths to this. Heres Why:
RGD issues - Aftermaths in basswood sounded honkey, harsh and the amount of clangy overtones shrouded tone, 26.5 neck felt a little big and sweeping was a stretch! Also fitted a Dimarzio Crunchlab & Liquifire combo still a no go just sounded murkier
The RG752FX with Bare Knuckle "Nailbombs" & Ernie Ball .10-.46 - .60 in drop A for Perfectly balanced tension.
the 25.5" neck made a world of difference!
The "Nailbombs" added the perfect amount of organic tone basswood lacks and just sounds perfectly balanced at all angles wether your shredding through a 6505 series amp, ripping some blue's on an old plexi, or floating in clean tone with a Vox or Dr. Z and even experimenting with the great digital world of the axe fx and kemper!
If you have a collection or just want a great all round instrument there is bound to be an ibanez RG in your collection!