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Ibanez SZ320EX Electric Guitar
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The Ibanez SZ320EX Electric Guitar features a comfortable slim body with fat mahogany tone and sustain, a simple Gibraltar III fixed bridge and a 25....Click To Read More About This Product
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Evolutionary design, revered sound!
The Ibanez SZ320EX Electric Guitar features a comfortable slim body with fat mahogany tone and sustain, a simple Gibraltar III fixed bridge and a 25.1 scale neck. Thru-body staggered stringing compensates for different string thicknesses and provides tonal balance, great feel, articulation and sustain. 3-piece set-in neck for upper fret access and sustain.
A quilted and flamed maple top and thick S-shaped mahogany body provide incredibly full tone with a wide range of overtones.
- SZ (set-in) neck
- 3pc. Mahogany Neck Material
- Mahogany Body with multiple binding
- 22 Medium frets
- Bound Rosewood Finger Board
- Gibraltar III bridge
- Duncan Ibanez (H) Neck PU
- Duncan Ibanez (H) Bridge PU
- Abalone Dot Inlay
Reviewed by 12 customers
This was my first ever guitar I got. My dad went all out for me and I thank him for that. I call it my number 1 not just because it's the first one i got, but it's my favorite one i have and my main one. I own LTD's, Fenders, Deans, and other Ibanez's, and this one beats them all. One time my strap gave out at the guitar dropped about 4 feet to the ground. I flinched, only to find a small chink in the paint. This thing is a solid piece of wood. The guitar sounds great. I love the Ibanez/ Duncan pickups, and im not gonna change them. I neck is right in between chunky, and thin, which is my favorite. its got dark rosewood and beautiful sustain and neck joint. Find one if you can
I totally love this guitar. I've had it for about six months now. The way Ibanez does the set-neck makes it play like a neck-through. FYI, this is not for the skinny neck Ibanez crowd. This neck feels like a LP or PRS, thick but comfortable to play. Pickups sound a lot better than what I expected, however they'll be swapped for some Dimarzios since that's the sound I like. I run this through a Digitech RP300 into my old Crate G130 combo and my amp screams now. Plays great out of the box (swapped the daddrio strings for DR...personal choice), but could be better with a professional setup. No problems with tuning to date. Only downside is that it has 22 frets instead of 24, but for this price I can deal with it. :) I'm just glad I could put it down long enough to write this review. Best bang for my buck!
I traded one of my guitars for this one about 6 mounths ago, and it is amazing. I have had gibsons, fenders, epiphones, deans, and pretty much every kind of guitar you can think of. And this guitar just blows them all away. I was very shocked to hear the sound of this guitar, let alone it is a very sexy sleek guitar.
I played alot of the $500 range Epiphone LP's and this guitar, in all honesty, beats it hands down. Plays bends with very little effort, and the pick-ups are awesome for stock units. You will not regret the purchase!
I absolutly love this guitar. The sound is awesome, especially, the clean tone. Even though the neck is a bit thick, it's easy to get use to. And my input is a little messed up, but Overall, this guitar is worth it.
Compared with PGM300 which I've owned, the neck is not thinner than RG series, yet it's still reasonably comfortable to play. It's got set-neck that enables to access high frets easily. I would say this guitar is definitely worth to buy.
I picked up this guitar at the local store, plugged it into a line 6 amp and I was amazed! It has the playability of an LP and sounds great from the Duncan - Ibanez pickups. This guitar has a fat neck and lasting tone. The gibralter bridge is great for palm mutes. I walked right out of the store with this one, I couldn't leave it. The only problem I've had so far was the input jack coming loose once in a while. The specific model I own is the SZ320GD.
This is the first Ibanez I've owned. I must say this thing sounds as good as it looks! Very smooth playing. A joy to jam with!
I bought this after playing several guitars at many price ranges that did not meet the "feel" I was looking for. This guitar was the perfect fit. I'm used to playing Les Pauls and the thicker neck on this fills my hand pretty well, the body is relatively light. It's build for extended playing time! The build quality for mine was very nice and the White finish is especially classy. I love the string-thru body and set-neck. Great sustain compared and better tone than the trem-bridge Ibanzes I've tried. I've also tried an SZ Prestige and this one was much more comfortable to play. I've since thrown in a Seymour Duncan 59 and JB and this guitar goes head to head with many
Many people purchase Ibanez guitars for their thin necks, but I especially like this one because the neck profile is rounder and fuller than their other guitars (e.g. the RG). My hands don't get tired as quickly during when I play because the neck profile supports my hand better. I found the bridge pickup to be a bit dull and lacking the "oomph" of the Seymour Duncan JB I have in my other guitar, though I'm sure a pickup change could turn this thing into a real beast. This guitar also has surprisingly sweet sustain compared to other Ibanezes I've owned or tried. Perhaps it was the choice of a string-thru body, I'm not sure. Lastly, the ?white with black binding? is a simple and refreshing look for this guitar, since the company is renown for offering a limited selection of dark colors. All in all, this guitar plays comfortably, sounds good, and looks wonderful for an affordable price.