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Ibanez RGD320 Electric Guitar  

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    Ibanez

    A shredders guitar with a long scale length, Edge III tremolo, and VK Down Tunz pickups.

    The RGD320 Electric Guitar is designed for modern shredding rock styles that require tuning down a step. The 26-1/2" scale length offers comfortable string tension even when using .010-046 string gauge with no sacrifice in playability. Factory tuning on the RGD320 is D-G-C-F-A-D. The crystal cut of the neck joint offers maximum playability on the upper frets and the 24-fret bolt-on thin Wizard II neck profile helps take you all the way there at lightning speeds. The comfortable Edge III low-profile tremolo bridge lets you create musical mayhem without going out of tune. Ibanez designed high-output VK Down Tunz pickups to give you a punchy sound.

    Check the drop-down menu to the right to select colors and/or other options.

    Features

    • Solidbody double-cutaway
    • Basswood Body
    • 3-piece bolt-on maple neck
    • 26-1/2" scale length
    • Wizard II neck profile
    • A deep cut neck joint
    • 1.69" nut width
    • 24 jumbo frets
    • Rosewood fretboard
    • 15.75" fretboard radius
    • Sharktooth fretboard inlays
    • Edge III bridge
    • VK2-DT bridge pickup
    • VK1-DT neck pickup
    • Master Volume, Master Tone controls
    • 5-Way blade pickup selector
    • Die-cast tuners
    • Black hardware

    Order a guitar that lets you get down and dirty.

     

    RGD320 Electric Guitar Specifications:

    • Solid Body Double Cutaway
    • Basswood Body
    • 3-piece Bolt-on Maple Neck
    • 26.5" Scale Length
    • Wizard II Neck Profile
    • 1.69" Nut Width
    • 24 Jumbo Frets
    • Rosewood Fretboard
    • 15.75" Fretboard Radius
    • Sharktooth Fretboard Inlays ?
    • Edge III Bridge
    • VK2-DT Bridge Pickup
    • VK1-DT Neck Pickup
    • Master Volume, Master Tone Controls
    • 5-Way Blade Pickup Selector
    • Die Cast Tuners
    • Black Hardware
    • Case Not Included
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    IbanezRGD320 Electric Guitar
     
    4.5

    (based on 4 reviews)

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    4.0

    Not to bad.

    By Bubba

    from AZ

    About Me Experienced

    Pros

    • Fun To Play
    • Good Feel
    • Good Pick Up
    • Good Tone
    • Solid Electronics
    • Stays in tune

    Cons

    • Hard to tune

    Best Uses

    • Practicing
    • Recording
    • Rock Concerts

    Comments about Ibanez RGD320 Electric Guitar:

    I will say that this is a fun guitar to play. Feels great, sounds amazing and will NOT go out of tune. I am very hard on all my gear and this is the only thing besides my LTD line that has held up to my abuse. Only thing that I do not like about this is that I cannot get it tuned. I play in Drop B, and I it is little sharp, or little flat. I can not get it exactly where I want it.

    And the fact that I paid like 450 scratch and dent and now it is 300 new.

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    (5 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Dope Guitar....

    By Doe Doe

    from Grafenwoehr, Germany (U.S. Army)

    Comments about Ibanez RGD320 Electric Guitar:

    Dope guitar.... Luckily got it at the sale price than the regular price Very good choice, love the neck, the pickups are pretty straight too.... the Edge III tremolo is decent too....

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    (17 of 22 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Ibanez RGD320 Neck

    By Tec98

    from Pa.

    Comments about Ibanez RGD320 Electric Guitar:

    First of all Ibanez is one of the top guitar makers. They are on the cutting edge, have something for everyone and always listen to their customers.I bought the Ibanez RGD320 and when I first open the box I was blown away as the picture does it no justice. I was excited to play it but that is when I found the main issue with the guitar. The length was nice but the shape of it especially at the bottom went to wide and thin, it was supposed to make it easier to get to the upper notes but the width made the reach accross the neck harder. I wish you would of went with one of your wizard type neck, instead of the wideer and thinner shapped neck, kind of gives us us smaller hands guys, at least for me to far of out of the comfort level, liked it but had to return it.

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    (10 of 30 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    RG-D tunned

    By V guy

    from Salem, Or

    Comments about Ibanez RGD320 Electric Guitar:

    I like Ibanez, I've grown fonder and fonder of them the more I play them, so here it goes. Features: I dig the fact that it comes already tuned down a whole step to D (low to high DGCfad). I even like the finish options. The only real turn off for me as far as this guitar was concerned is the neck. It's thicker than I'm used to seeing on an Ibanez. if fact it's thick enoug that in my opinion it dosent even belong on an Ibanez, it belongs in fenway park. Sound: it's expected to have som bass because it's tunned down a whole step, my other concern resides here. these pickups are muddy to say the least. they'd work grate for lead work like stright shred sweep/arppegios but thats about it. fit and finish: looked good and played good but I kept getting hung up on the neck because it's thicker than should be expected from an Ibanez. Overall: Take it for what it's worth, it's more of a convienance item than anything else. Metal-heads should have fun with this, (provided there are still any in exsistance that can honestly play without having to revert or rely on a dropped-d or C tunning (your pansies and you know it)) it's a fun guitar not my personal taste but it was definatly worth the try, in all honest swap out the pick-ups for a set of full-shreds or JB's and have some fun.

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