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Ibanez RGT320Z Electric Guitar
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The Ibanez RGT320Z Electric Guitar has drop-dead good looks, lethal sonics, and the devastating power and control of a precision double-locking trem....Click To Read More About This Product
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The Ibanez RGT320Z Electric Guitar has drop-dead good looks, lethal sonics, and the devastating power and control of a precision double-locking trem. This Ibanez RG Prestige guitar features flawless Japanese craftsmanship, the finest materials, and each is axe perfectly matched with DiMarzio pickups.
Fast, flat, and thin Wizard neck with Prestige finishing for supreme comfort. Gotoh precision tuning machines.
Neck: 5-piece Wizard Prestige thru-neck
Body: Mahogany body
Frets: Jumbo frets
Inlay: Abalone small dot
Bridge: Edge Zero bridge
Neck pickup: DiMarzio IBZ
Middle pickup: DiMarzio IBZ bridge
Gotoh tuning machines
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Although my Ibanez RGT320Z is much better made than any of my 4 US-made Fender Strats, the high E, B and G strings made soon indentations in the corresponding ?clamping? parts of its original bridge and were slipping, which made the tuning very unstable. I replaced the ?soft metal? bridge with a German-made Schaller Floyd Rose bridge (fits perfectly) and the little problem was solved. The humbucking pickups retain a remarkable amount of tone definition and clarity even at very high distortion levels, at which the humbuckers on my US-made Gibson Les Paul sound very inarticulate and muddy. The second high point is that after setting up and correctly adjusting the string length on the Floyd Rose, the guitar intonates amazingly well, which makes full chords sound good when played anywhere on the neck. This is very refreshingly contrasting with my very poorly intonating PRS Custom. Overall, I consider this guitar as a well-made workhorse, although a little bit pricey.