Ibanez RG2620QM

Ibanez RG2620QM

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RG2620QM, STC-Shaped Guitar from Ibanez in the RG Prestige series.

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Ibanez RG2620QM tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Ibanez
  • Model: RG2620QM
  • Series: RG Prestige
  • Category: STC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 07/14/2006

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Ibanez RG2620QM user reviews

Average Score:4.8( 4.8/5 based on 4 reviews )
 3 reviews75 %
 1 user review25 %
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k3nny's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Ibanez RG2620QM
Beautiful mahogany guitar with a wave table Saddle (blue for me), made in Japan.
It has a binding white / cream around the body the most beautiful effect, and 2 doubles Di Marzio / Ibanez, and selector 3 positions.
A SETTING THE volume and one Tone.


No problem, the guitar has a trs grip thanks to a little weight trs lev an enjoyable round and a rather thin and Access in acute nickel! Its use is a real pleasure!


The three mic positions have three sound good diffrent:
The double-bridge is perfect for the rock or rhythm mtal
The double-stick, I use it for solo as it provides a powerful and warm
The split micro-trs is interesting in its clear, for close to an electro acoustic

Playing with the volume and tonality can be obtained from the crunch trs bridge pickup slammed as a clear sound with the neck pickup hot trs.

I do not put that 8 because the pickups would benefit from the best: j'hsite ay also put EMG (81 and 89) for more potatoes!


Trs a good scratch, this is my first "real" guitar (the 2nd as a strat low end a little pourrite) and I'm glad trs! For metal / hardrock and solos (shred or not ...), it's perfect!

Doub's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Ibanez RG2620QM
Guitar factory in Japan, Jumbo frets, mahogany body and maple table, double micro DiMarzio / IBZ-N (H) neck and DiMarzio have / IBZ-B (H) bridge pu. Slecteur rglage 3 positions with the volume and tonality.


The handle is a real highway, all boxes are accessible without difficulty. The guitar as lgre enough, we get a good position early games.


I play Rock and Mtal, dual microphones make the guitar a beautiful sound as clear saturated. I play an ENGL amp.

[edit 07/08/05] I Mount of EMG (81/85) in place of the DiMarzio / IBZ, which restores ette guitar on a new youth and above all its best with the mic to origin.


VERY VERY GOOD GUITAR. I had a Yamaha before, but with the Ibanez RG SERIES jai seen the Difference game. I take a lot more fun jou. Its a good guitar trs.

Dessert_eagle.50's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Ibanez RG2620QM
Everything said prcdemment.Je t put 9 because the selector is a bit rigid (and rocking with some difficulty especially since it is a 3-position only.


The handle is a real highway, trs enjoyable (the entire SERIES prestige for that matter), and thin enough plat.Cot Access in acute, it's easy, it looks like a Jackson King V . Legris and ensure it is well on scne.Cot rglages, a true wonder! The strings take the road once well rgls.Pour replace the string, nothing more practice.


Cot sounds this guitar is a little axemtal, rock, blues.Mais That said, it only prevents it not be in the top clean, the sound is crystalline, rather Dfine. I reproached him for cons is that it is not too good but presonnalit Now that's the microphone, but if they are replaced with emg 81-60 or 81-85 it cartonnnera partout.Un Another highlight, the harmonics are obtained are very easy and extremely well put precises.Je 9 because the pickups significantly reduce the possibilities of the guitar, but with a good JCM emg and you can have a good range of its in the registry mtal (Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth and even the most demanding like opeth ...)


I play for 2 months on this and I'm really scratching content.Un report qualitprix wonderful, and worth every penny to invest another € 200 more for the micros.Pour mtal or solos is what is best in the range prestige (if we add the emg of course). esttique Cot and finish, no complaints, it is charming.

five-number's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Ibanez RG2620QM
At the risk of harping but hey it's not bad!
So Guitar Mahogany made in Japan, maple table (very nice indeed, my own red and blue but also and not bad), Prestige maple neck with rosewood fingerboard 24 frets.
It has the best ibanez floyd licensed (this is my personal opinion) I detailleré below and a nut block chords (normal!) And mechanical Gotoh!
For electronics it has a 3 position selector (yes for lovers of five positions is dead but when they have seen the inside of the beautiful ....)( PS: I find it too Hard as mentioned below), a volume knob (with a capacitor), one for tone and a pair of DiMarzio / IBZ (made by DiMarzio for Ibanez!)


While the handle so it's difficult to judge Ibanez is a matter of taste, but unless it's flat wizard.J AIS tried many different sleeves (Esp, Vigier, music man, Start. ...) and the sleeves of prestige in my Ibanez toujour surppris.Ce sleeves are ideal for speed and it is true a little tiring for big plays and then you crossed the grata or not!
Access to the acute problem that goes by, the weight is very resonable (just over 3 pounds is not death (or rather a Les Paul hihihi)) that the ergonomics is well made and wife perfect your body, it will fall into the hands as they say.
The floyd is exellent it is very sensitive, so much the better, more over time or with some vibrato were to cut the balls of the strings now they can be mounted directly (more or less practice) as for the fixed bridge, the mechanics seem well made (to do with the years (we always surprises)).
With the original pickups gives a sound not too bad but more easily.


I play mostly metal progressive rock punctuated by excurtions many other styles short!
The original pickups in the bridge position and a little under a zone and even in tone but it sounds not too bad especially saturated or harmonics do well, however its clear need to reduce the volume of Grat Garre ears if he tends to attack them for the crunch All right, all makes sense.
The original pickups in the neck position and rather banal enough it round a bit warm, but not a lot more saturated as clear.
The most astonishing thing is the intermediate position of the two microphones in his clear, they provide us with a super clear sound (a bit like an electro) very very nice (we will pass on this position is just too saturated screaming).
This configuration allows for pickups a wide range of sounds it all depends on your amp (it's my personal Laney and Mesa Boogie later).
Well I think you'll understand I board over the microphones of origin but a Tone Zone in bridge and an Air Norton in the neck, this configuration is a killer and as it's already been said, the worth of Grat invest in high-end microphones. With both of you pass the sound barrier is terrible! (note that for 7 out of 10 for the original config)

PS: The capacitor connected on the volume knob is used to expand the range of sounds because if you push the button at the bottom will be obtained on the total micro falls sufficiently so when we have the good feeling of having a single coil but it says format double veil!


It's been a while that I buy and I board ais learned that this guitar as I described is no longer produced ais (at least it is no longer in the catalog and the site ibanez) attention may be a future collector nan kidding!
I ais bought because it was a bargain and even if I board that does change the pickups it's a great guitar and we is the flagship of the brand so what more if except that it has one of the best value for money given that I board and is the voice of the guitar that I'm dumb (figuratively of course!).
Long live real music and the musician that shit every day!
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