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RG3120F, STC-Shaped Guitar from Ibanez in the RG Prestige series.


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Ibanez RG3120F tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Ibanez
  • Model:RG3120F
  • Series:RG Prestige
  • Category:STC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 07/17/2006

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Ibanez RG3120F user reviews

Average Score:4.7( 4.7/5 based on 12 reviews )
 8 reviews67 %
 4 reviews33 %
Grattouille3311/22/2009

Grattouille33's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Ibanez RG3120F
Made in Japan by Team J-Craft, Japanese luthiers brand Paco (Ibanez ^^). Sipo body, maple table, maple neck / walnut into five parts.
A floyd Edge Pro, that I must get used to adjust ...
Channel Wizard, aptly named Highway: me anyway, I like.
24 large frets, 2 humbuckers DiMarzio / ibz with allen studs (with US standard grrrrr).
1 volume, 1 tone, 1 5-way switch (double bridge / neck + bridge splitted / neck + bridge double / doubles with each reel handle parallel / sleeve double)

For those who do not want to read this is the same as the picture!

USE

The handle is a treat, access to great highs, thanks to the contouring of the body-neck junction, is inspired by the JEM and it shows. I do not have a big belly, but the body of the muzzle is still welcome, as well as that of the table (that is specially cut to one does not see the body O_O that is to say that she makes the same angle as the bevel) and good sound, if one has a good amp behind, is easily obtained (I know I have a marshall MG30DFX lamps and also a great amp that no knows a crate vintage club 5O watts).
Floyd, how it is designed, lets totally free lever which is quite boring, and the selector sometimes stuck between two positions.


SOUNDS

I play the blues-rock, fusion and sometimes heavy: it works well for!
The sounds are well oriented big rock anyway ... What to know what you want!
At first I just hallucinating when I tried in type (I bought it secondhand, she gets more and new), it was in D, it sounded quite heavy, but now all is well it is again Mi.
I mostly play with my amp Crate (cited above), and I get sounds that are depending on my mood: sometimes jazz, funk, fusion, heavy, the Vai, blues (by lowering the volume in the 1 position you would think a telecaster with acute right that hurt the ears), the 70's rock.
I finally, in my opinion, with any guitar, we can make any style. <span style="text-decoration: underline;">Those who did not want to go into a bit of theory, which are insensitive to listening to a instrument, they are limited to this.</span>

The guitar has a balanced spectrum, with some extra treble and bass less, due to the construction of the handle, both maple and screwed. Besides, she has a lot of attack, but it is also due to the microphones I think. With rosewood, warm sound remains on the high notes, and the sustain is good, thanks to the rosewood and Sipo, and good portion of it they have put into the body. The high-mid invite themselves without too many problems, but for me they are always fully on my amp without the sound is dirty. The low-mid are present, quite round, aggressive when you want it.
Artificial harmonics come out fairly easily (pick 2.0mm <img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt="" /> ) .dropoff Window In his clear, we can have a little of everything, but are not neutral, and so is saturated, but for the neo-metal is missed. For progressive metal, it goes very well.
The harmonics on the frets do quite well (it also surprised me from the first listen) and vibrato style Vai, Satriani, etc ... going very well.

NOTICE GLOBAL

For now, I still have a bit of trouble because I had never had before floyd, you need me to get a hold, and all ... Pffffffouuu ...
It's been three weeks since I have it, I had gone on a few other guitars, but they either had no vibrato, or no body African Mahogany (Sipo I speak for all at the time ), or they were too expensive for my budget.
I bought 850 euros, it's still an investment, but it's half the price of the new ...
Besides, nine is overpriced, the handle into five parts which do not have the same lines, tips added on the head for it to have the right shape ... But the body is in two parts, that's something ...
So, objectively, 10 OCCAZ, 7 for the new.
That makes an average of 8.5, I rounded up to 8 because it's closer to my overall opinion.
<span style="text-decoration: underline;">PS: I invite you to read the notice of <em>undertaker</em> and go on his website</span> http://www.myspace.com/ultimategear

Thank you for reading to the end.
»
Grattouille3311/22/2009

Grattouille33's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Ibanez RG3120F
Made in Japan by Team J-Craft, Japanese luthiers brand Paco (Ibanez ^^). Sipo body, maple table, maple neck / walnut into five parts.
A floyd Edge Pro, that I must get used to adjust ...
Channel Wizard, aptly named Highway: me anyway, I like.
24 large frets, 2 humbuckers DiMarzio / ibz with allen studs (with US standard grrrrr).
1 volume, 1 tone, 1 5-way switch (double bridge / neck + bridge splitted / neck + bridge double / doubles with each reel handle parallel / sleeve double)

For those who do not want to read this is the same as the picture!

USE

The handle is a treat, access to great highs, thanks to the contouring of the body-neck junction, is inspired by the JEM and it shows. I do not have a big belly, but the body of the muzzle is still welcome, as well as that of the table (that is specially cut to one does not see the body O_O that is to say that she makes the same angle as the bevel) and good sound, if one has a good amp behind, is easily obtained (I know I have a marshall MG30DFX lamps and also a great amp that no knows a crate vintage club 5O watts).
Floyd, how it is designed, lets totally free lever which is quite boring, and the selector sometimes stuck between two positions.


SOUNDS

I play the blues-rock, fusion and sometimes heavy: it works well for!
The sounds are well oriented big rock anyway ... What to know what you want!
At first I just hallucinating when I tried in type (I bought it secondhand, she gets more and new), it was in D, it sounded quite heavy, but now all is well it is again Mi.
I mostly play with my amp Crate (cited above), and I get sounds that are depending on my mood: sometimes jazz, funk, fusion, heavy, the Vai, blues (by lowering the volume in the 1 position you would think a telecaster with acute right that hurt the ears), the 70's rock.
I finally, in my opinion, with any guitar, we can make any style. <span style="text-decoration: underline;">Those who did not want to go into a bit of theory, which are insensitive to listening to a instrument, they are limited to this.</span>

The guitar has a balanced spectrum, with some extra treble and bass less, due to the construction of the handle, both maple and screwed. Besides, she has a lot of attack, but it is also due to the microphones I think. With rosewood, warm sound remains on the high notes, and the sustain is good, thanks to the rosewood and Sipo, and good portion of it they have put into the body. The high-mid invite themselves without too many problems, but for me they are always fully on my amp without the sound is dirty. The low-mid are present, quite round, aggressive when you want it.
Artificial harmonics come out fairly easily (pick 2.0mm <img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt="" /> ) .dropoff Window In his clear, we can have a little of everything, but are not neutral, and so is saturated, but for the neo-metal is missed. For progressive metal, it goes very well.
The harmonics on the frets do quite well (it also surprised me from the first listen) and vibrato style Vai, Satriani, etc ... going very well.

NOTICE GLOBAL

For now, I still have a bit of trouble because I had never had before floyd, you need me to get a hold, and all ... Pffffffouuu ...
It's been three weeks since I have it, I had gone on a few other guitars, but they either had no vibrato, or no body African Mahogany (Sipo I speak for all at the time ), or they were too expensive for my budget.
I bought 850 euros, it's still an investment, but it's half the price of the new ...
Besides, nine is overpriced, the handle into five parts which do not have the same lines, tips added on the head for it to have the right shape ... But the body is in two parts, that's something ...
So, objectively, 10 OCCAZ, 7 for the new.
That makes an average of 8.5, I rounded up to 8 because it's closer to my overall opinion.
<span style="text-decoration: underline;">PS: I invite you to read the notice of <em>undertaker</em> and go on his website</span> http://www.myspace.com/ultimategear

Thank you for reading to the end.
»
Grattouille3311/22/2009

Grattouille33's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Ibanez RG3120F
Made in Japan by Team J-Craft, Japanese luthiers brand Paco (Ibanez ^^). Sipo body, maple table, maple neck / walnut into five parts.
A floyd Edge Pro, that I must get used to adjust ...
Channel Wizard, aptly named Highway: me anyway, I like.
24 large frets, 2 humbuckers DiMarzio / ibz with allen studs (with US standard grrrrr).
1 volume, 1 tone, 1 5-way switch (double bridge / neck + bridge splitted / neck + bridge double / doubles with each reel handle parallel / sleeve double)

For those who do not want to read this is the same as the picture!

USE

The handle is a treat, access to great highs, thanks to the contouring of the body-neck junction, is inspired by the JEM and it shows. I do not have a big belly, but the body of the muzzle is still welcome, as well as that of the table (that is specially cut to one does not see the body O_O that is to say that she makes the same angle as the bevel) and good sound, if one has a good amp behind, is easily obtained (I know I have a marshall MG30DFX lamps and also a great amp that no knows a crate vintage club 5O watts).
Floyd, how it is designed, lets totally free lever which is quite boring, and the selector sometimes stuck between two positions.


SOUNDS

I play the blues-rock, fusion and sometimes heavy: it works well for!
The sounds are well oriented big rock anyway ... What to know what you want!
At first I just hallucinating when I tried in type (I bought it secondhand, she gets more and new), it was in D, it sounded quite heavy, but now all is well it is again Mi.
I mostly play with my amp Crate (cited above), and I get sounds that are depending on my mood: sometimes jazz, funk, fusion, heavy, the Vai, blues (by lowering the volume in the 1 position you would think a telecaster with acute right that hurt the ears), the 70's rock.
I finally, in my opinion, with any guitar, we can make any style. <span style="text-decoration: underline;">Those who did not want to go into a bit of theory, which are insensitive to listening to a instrument, they are limited to this.</span>

The guitar has a balanced spectrum, with some extra treble and bass less, due to the construction of the handle, both maple and screwed. Besides, she has a lot of attack, but it is also due to the microphones I think. With rosewood, warm sound remains on the high notes, and the sustain is good, thanks to the rosewood and Sipo, and good portion of it they have put into the body. The high-mid invite themselves without too many problems, but for me they are always fully on my amp without the sound is dirty. The low-mid are present, quite round, aggressive when you want it.
Artificial harmonics come out fairly easily (pick 2.0mm <img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt="" /> ) .dropoff Window In his clear, we can have a little of everything, but are not neutral, and so is saturated, but for the neo-metal is missed. For progressive metal, it goes very well.
The harmonics on the frets do quite well (it also surprised me from the first listen) and vibrato style Vai, Satriani, etc ... going very well.

NOTICE GLOBAL

For now, I still have a bit of trouble because I had never had before floyd, you need me to get a hold, and all ... Pffffffouuu ...
It's been three weeks since I have it, I had gone on a few other guitars, but they either had no vibrato, or no body African Mahogany (Sipo I speak for all at the time ), or they were too expensive for my budget.
I bought 850 euros, it's still an investment, but it's half the price of the new ...
Besides, nine is overpriced, the handle into five parts which do not have the same lines, tips added on the head for it to have the right shape ... But the body is in two parts, that's something ...
So, objectively, 10 OCCAZ, 7 for the new.
That makes an average of 8.5, I rounded up to 8 because it's closer to my overall opinion.
<span style="text-decoration: underline;">PS: I invite you to read the notice of <em>undertaker</em> and go on his website</span> http://www.myspace.com/ultimategear

Thank you for reading to the end.
»
expired7511/09/2003

expired75's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Ibanez RG3120F
Japanese-
-24 Freight with micro DiMarzio paf pro and tone zone
Pink floyd-bridge
-1 5-way switch and a volume knob 1potentiometre tonalite
Flat handle-Rosewood in part 3

wooden table AAA quality
with a flamer on top boi

UTILIZATION

Channel super accessible and super comfortable (like all ibanez prestige)
Easy access to acute
good ergonomics but a little heavy coz the pink floyrd
its got the san mooindre effort

SOUNDS

Truly versatile
we just play the blues metal
we get a really hot and the sustain is EXCELLENT for the quality of the wood

OVERALL OPINION

It fai nearly four months I lai ke
c is a guitar exelente
the price is reasonable compared Kaliti
I hesitate not do it again this choice
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