Everything has been said above: the classic Ibanez: 2 humbuckers, 1 single, a licensed Floyd Rose vibrato (not a Floyd Rose tremolo), 2 knobs: volume and tone and a 5-way switch.
24 frets, jumbo frets sleeves, and a power cord mechanisms in oil baths. Acastillage chrome.
The form: Start form "ibanezisée" a little more "sharp", a little more "aggressive".
Handle high-speed, ideal for those who want to make quick styles ... (metal, rock) but not unpleasant for other style.
Relatively easy access to acute but further down the handle unless the sound is clear (this may just be my settings)
A good balance, a guitar that makes its relatively low weight due to the presence of Floyd.
The vibrato is pretty much the road but if we should not expect to dive bombing of 3'30 and then keep the agreement.
Peavey Studio Pro to play on 112.
The pickups sound pretty well saturated for those who want the sound without taking the head. Clearly it is a little trickier, it lacks a little finesse and flexibility of the tone knob is not necessarily obvious.
The bridge pickup can be changed to a great improvement.
 After playing with an LTD MH400 equipped EMG85/81 (guitar worth twice the price at RG), I can tell you that the RG is really "cheap" at her. The microphones fail outright fishing, not easy to get an artificial harmonic.
My opinion: a guitar that will satisfy the ears of a beginner but is of little interest to those who seek the Holy Grail!
An excellent quality / price ratio for the beginner who has 2 or 3 years to scratch and who wants to progress ...
One of the first prize for a model guitar that is not a board (thank you Ibanez! Is not "Fendson" that would be ca !)...
Beware of vibrato, but be aware it is there before buying the guitar, because even if not in use, the vibrato is omnipresent (tuning, holding the agreement, adjustments can be long and tedious. ..)
Frankly, if you are left do not hesitate too much anyway.