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Other Shape Guitar from Ibanez belonging to the RG series.

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Ibanez and Korg joined forces to design an RG guitar and an SR bass equipped with the new Mini Kaoss Pad 2S.

The top of both instruments has been carved to receive the latest version of the Korg effect pad, the Mini Kaoss Pad 2S that we introduced last week in this news, which allows guitar and bass players to use more than 100 effects, control them with a touch pad and add samples thanks to the built-in sample player and speaker.

Also new on these models is the integration of a switchable and adjustable distortion circuit and a 1/8” headphone output that sits next to the 1/4 instrument input.

RGKP6 guitar specifications:

  • Mahogany body
  • Wizard III 1-piece maple neck
  • Rosewood fingerboard with 400mm radius, medium frets and white Dot inlays
  • Nut width: 43mm
  • Scale length: 648mm (25.5”)
  • One IBZ-KP passive humbucking bridge pickup, ceramic magnet
  • Master volume knob, Mini Kaoss Pad 2S on/off switch, distortion on/off switch, gain and tone knobs for the distortion circuit
  • Fixed bridge, string-through-body
  • Cosmo Black hardware
  • Weathered Black finish

 

SRKP4 Bass details:

  • Mahogany body
  • GSR4 maple neck
  • Rosewood fingerboard with 305mm radius, 22 medium frets and white Dot inlays
  • Nut width: 41mm
  • Scale length: 864mm (34”)
  • One IBZ-KP passive bridge pickup
  • Master volume knob, Mini Kaoss Pad 2S on/off switch, distortion on/off switch, gain and tone knobs for the distortion circuit
  • B10 Bridge
  • Cosmo Black hardware
  • Weathered Black finish

Both instruments have a suggested price of $577, no information regarding their availability. Visit www.ibanez.co.jp for more information.

 

 

 

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