Ibanez RG 321

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Ibanez RG 321
Manufacturer Ibanez
Period 1987 — present
Construction
Body type Solid
Neck joint Bolt-on, Neck-thru
Woods
Body Basswood, Mahogany
Neck 5pc Wizard Prestige Maple with Walnut
Fretboard Rosewood or maple (new guitars for NAMM09
Hardware
Bridge Edge Pro Double Locking Tremolo, Edge Zero, Gibraltar Plus Bridge
Pickup(s) H-S-H or H-H DiMarzio IBZ or IBZ V7 & V8 pickups
Colors available
Regal Brown Burst, Stained Oil, Natural Flat, Dark Amber, Aged Natural, Cubed Black Pewter, Vital Silver, Galaxy Black, Mirage Blue, Mirage Red, Royal Blue, Black Pearl, Sapphire Blue & Violin Flat

The Ibanez RG 321 is a guitar built and sold by the Ibanez guitar company. Created in the mid nineties, its body is based on the JEM series guitar, commonly used by Steve Vai.

Guitar Details[edit]

The guitar is built with a mahogany body and a bolt-on rosewood neck. It has 24 jumbo frets, 2 more frets than on a standard guitar, and features pearl inlays. The bridge is fixed, meaning it can't possess a whammy bar without special customization by store or yourself. It possesses two humbucker pickups in the body, one in the neck position, one in the bridge position. Its neck is in the style of what's called a Wizard II neck.

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