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STC-Shaped Guitar from Ibanez belonging to the RG Standard series.

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  • MGR/AnonymousMGR/Anonymous

    Ibanez RG321MHWK

    Ibanez RG321MHPublished on 04/10/05 at 15:00
    Bought at SWEELEE [singapore] for $480.

    This guitar is solid. Easy to use, fitted with hardtail bridge, hassle free when re-string, not like those floyd rose tremolos. Lightweight, but not as light as the SA series. Mahogany body, with weathered finish, looks gorgeous! 3pc maple Wizard II neck, with 24 jumbo frets which makes shredding easier and comfortable. Fitted with IBZ infinity hum pickups INF3 and INF4...suprisingly, the pickups sounded GREAT! Very strong, clear bright sound when distorted, muddy clear sound when clean which is nice for jazz and blues. Although mine is made in korea, the quality is still there! Kudos IBANEZ! Thumbs up for this guitar cos its definitely worth my mon…
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    Bought at SWEELEE [singapore] for $480.

    This guitar is solid. Easy to use, fitted with hardtail bridge, hassle free when re-string, not like those floyd rose tremolos. Lightweight, but not as light as the SA series. Mahogany body, with weathered finish, looks gorgeous! 3pc maple Wizard II neck, with 24 jumbo frets which makes shredding easier and comfortable. Fitted with IBZ infinity hum pickups INF3 and INF4...suprisingly, the pickups sounded GREAT! Very strong, clear bright sound when distorted, muddy clear sound when clean which is nice for jazz and blues. Although mine is made in korea, the quality is still there! Kudos IBANEZ! Thumbs up for this guitar cos its definitely worth my money! (^,^)

    Everything seems fine, nothing is perfect though. But one thing i don't like, well not totally, is the neck. Its abit dry and cos of that can easily absorb sweats, which can cause sweat marks on the neck. So to take precautions, have to wipe frequently everytime after use... just to prevent it. But still, the neck has a great feel for shredding..hehe!

    Made in Korea \ 3pc Wizard II neck \ Mahogany body with weathered finish \ 24 Jumbo frets \ IBZ hardtail fixed bridge \ IBZ INF3 (H) neck pu & IBZ INF4 (H) bridge pu \ H-H config with 5 way switch



    This guitar is definitely worth the buy! Suitable for all players and genre. Get it and you'll love it!

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • MGR/Player48MGR/Player48

    Ibanez RG321

    Ibanez RG321MHPublished on 09/17/04 at 15:00
    I bought this guitar at Daddy's Junky Music for $249.

    This is by far the most comfortable guitar I've ever held in my hands. The neck is amazing, the body is well balanced. I play twice as much now as I did with my old guitar, just because I love picking it up.

    The nut was grooved too deeply for the G string, so the open string has fret buzz, but I'm having that taken care of. That is the only defect of any sort on this beautiful instrument.

    The royal blue finish is very nice, the neck binding is beautiful, it came set up correctly, and it gives every appearance of being durable.

    An amazing value for the money, no other electric at this price can touch it.

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    I bought this guitar at Daddy's Junky Music for $249.

    This is by far the most comfortable guitar I've ever held in my hands. The neck is amazing, the body is well balanced. I play twice as much now as I did with my old guitar, just because I love picking it up.

    The nut was grooved too deeply for the G string, so the open string has fret buzz, but I'm having that taken care of. That is the only defect of any sort on this beautiful instrument.

    The royal blue finish is very nice, the neck binding is beautiful, it came set up correctly, and it gives every appearance of being durable.

    An amazing value for the money, no other electric at this price can touch it.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • MGR/colinMGR/colin

    Ibanez RG321

    Ibanez RG321MHPublished on 01/11/04 at 15:00
    I got this guitar at music123.com on closeout for $242.99 I believe.

    This guitar has unbelievably good sound. It can be played with anytime of music, from classic rock like led zeppelin and ACDC to punk like the misfits and anti-flag to metalcore like avenged sevenfold and converge. excellent tuners come with the guitar to. very lightweight and easy to take around although i would recommend a hardshell case with this purchase. i like the 24 frets for higher notes.

    the only thing i dont like are the strings that come with it, i would recommend getting some ernie balls.

    very well put together, nice lightweight body with good neck construction, great quality especially for a korean instrum…
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    I got this guitar at music123.com on closeout for $242.99 I believe.

    This guitar has unbelievably good sound. It can be played with anytime of music, from classic rock like led zeppelin and ACDC to punk like the misfits and anti-flag to metalcore like avenged sevenfold and converge. excellent tuners come with the guitar to. very lightweight and easy to take around although i would recommend a hardshell case with this purchase. i like the 24 frets for higher notes.

    the only thing i dont like are the strings that come with it, i would recommend getting some ernie balls.

    very well put together, nice lightweight body with good neck construction, great quality especially for a korean instrument

    the perfect guitar for the price. ibanez is definitely showing off its finest abilities with this guitar. the neck has the easiest playability of any guitar ive played. the tunes dons slip out of tune after like 1 day like my other guitars. perfect guitar for an artist who plans on playing a couple shows in the near future. a great buy for anyone

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • MGR/Alex MGR/Alex

    Ibanez RG321

    Ibanez RG321MHPublished on 12/14/03 at 15:00
    I bought this from Musicians Friend in royal blue for $250.00

    The color of this is beautiful!!! one reviewer said that his paint scratched but mine has shown no sign of hat

    It is a little bit heavy and you get a little buzz on the G string

    Very High Quality definitly recommended!

    Buy it now!

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
  • MGR/Bad BobMGR/Bad Bob

    Ibanez RG321

    Ibanez RG321MHPublished on 10/08/03 at 15:00
    I purchased this guitar from Zzounds for $242.00 (free shipping). I have an RG220B with a Floyd Rose, and wanted a fixed bridge model for alternate tunings.

    The neck is great! It's a 24 fret Wizard II, same as my RG220B, and plays fast and effortlessly. I also like the fixed bridge, although it is made somewhat cheap for a guitar of this "caliber".
    The action can be set very low with no buzzing, and it stays in tune very well considering I bend the strings and get pretty wild with it. This guitar has some incredible sustain, almost too much!
    The guitar looks great. Mine is Royal Blue and looks more like Black than Blue. The hardware is black chromed.

    The pickups are nowhere near th…
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    I purchased this guitar from Zzounds for $242.00 (free shipping). I have an RG220B with a Floyd Rose, and wanted a fixed bridge model for alternate tunings.

    The neck is great! It's a 24 fret Wizard II, same as my RG220B, and plays fast and effortlessly. I also like the fixed bridge, although it is made somewhat cheap for a guitar of this "caliber".
    The action can be set very low with no buzzing, and it stays in tune very well considering I bend the strings and get pretty wild with it. This guitar has some incredible sustain, almost too much!
    The guitar looks great. Mine is Royal Blue and looks more like Black than Blue. The hardware is black chromed.

    The pickups are nowhere near the caliber of the one on the RG220B. They just don't have the same punch.
    The body is much lighter, I guess from cheaper wood.
    The black coating on the hardware is starting to wear off, and it's less than a month old.
    This guitar "feels" considerably cheaper made than my RG220B, which was made in 2000.
    Both guitars were made in Korea.

    Construction is good. The guitar looked very good when I first got it, and I found no flaws or bad joints. My only real problem is after only a few weeks it is exhibiting some real signs of wear. My RG220B is almost 4 years older and is still in showroom condition. I baby my guitars, and they get all the TLC in the world.
    I guess the quality of Ibanez guitars has taken a nosedive, but then...haven't all major brands?


    This guitar plays well, but I don't think it will last very long. After owning 5 different Ibanez guitars, all of excellant quality...I think the company has sold out to the Chinese. I doubt there will be any new Ibanez's in my future...unless they are older models.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • MGR/MartyMGR/Marty

    Ibanez RG370DX

    Ibanez RG321MHPublished on 04/24/03 at 15:00
    Online purchase at www.regent-guitars.co.uk payed £361 becausei had outgrown my first, 'starter' guitar.

    I like the excellent playability. The wizard II neck is very thin and it is remarkably easy to rip through scales our to slide down the 24 fret neck. The sound is very clear and distinct, the clean sound is dark and warm and has a real professional quality to it. The distorted sound just oozes power from the bridge humbucker, the sound of the instrument is clear at high volumes even under very thick distortion. I run my guitar through a Marshall MG100DFX with a Boss MT-2 Metal Zone and it sounds very, very metal! The pinch harmonics sound very good, as does tapping, tremlo picking, palm…
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    Online purchase at www.regent-guitars.co.uk payed £361 becausei had outgrown my first, 'starter' guitar.

    I like the excellent playability. The wizard II neck is very thin and it is remarkably easy to rip through scales our to slide down the 24 fret neck. The sound is very clear and distinct, the clean sound is dark and warm and has a real professional quality to it. The distorted sound just oozes power from the bridge humbucker, the sound of the instrument is clear at high volumes even under very thick distortion. I run my guitar through a Marshall MG100DFX with a Boss MT-2 Metal Zone and it sounds very, very metal! The pinch harmonics sound very good, as does tapping, tremlo picking, palm muting...anything i've tried really. The lo-pro edge tremolo system is great for thrash/death/even power metal solos.

    The pickups are a little noisy, any impact on the body creates quite a large sound and sometimes the sound on the higher strings can be drowned out by relatively small background noise.

    The lo-pro edge II system obviously means that tuning is slightly more of a task. It doesn't take too long, and string changing is not extremely difficult but obviously it does add to the time somewhat. It holds tuning pretty well, and when it does drop, it tends to remain in tune with itself, so it is still ok for private practice.



    Im no expert here, but it is a basswood body. It has a bolt on neck and the fretboard is rosewood. It is of a nice weight, not incredibly heavy, but not cheap feeling.

    Generally, i am exceptionally pleased with the guitar, it was everything i had expected and simpler than i had imagined. The sound is what matters and it plays beautifully. Probably more of a guitar for hard rock or metal players, but then it is an RG. For the price, it is outstanding [although i did only pay the price for the cheaper rg270dx, but they are no longer made]

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • saiirussaiirus

    Ibanez RG321MHPublished on 04/14/04 at 06:10
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    Made in Core
    24 frets, 2 humbuckers PSND1 & 2
    fixed bridge
    a volume knob, one tone and one for the switch for the microphones 5 positions
    Ibanez Wizard II neck, thin and wide
    basswood body
    matt black finish (flat black) that tends to age poorly and the keys are black also (unlike the picture)
    Pots, easels and painted cls in a kind of varnish which makes them a little darker than the classic mtal, trs nice, but the strength to palm mute, this one goes on the easel :-(

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is enjoyable trs, it slides perfectly, Access in acute ais trs is what the Ibanez! ;-)
    Level weight is a bit heavy by my gots (my Ibanez strap is not top top, a little too hard)…
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    Made in Core
    24 frets, 2 humbuckers PSND1 & 2
    fixed bridge
    a volume knob, one tone and one for the switch for the microphones 5 positions
    Ibanez Wizard II neck, thin and wide
    basswood body
    matt black finish (flat black) that tends to age poorly and the keys are black also (unlike the picture)
    Pots, easels and painted cls in a kind of varnish which makes them a little darker than the classic mtal, trs nice, but the strength to palm mute, this one goes on the easel :-(

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is enjoyable trs, it slides perfectly, Access in acute ais trs is what the Ibanez! ;-)
    Level weight is a bit heavy by my gots (my Ibanez strap is not top top, a little too hard). The form is perfect, I do not blame, can be the position of the microphones slecteur a little too in the axis of arm movement, which, in a game may result in a good nag unexpected change of mics:-p but nothing serious!
    For sound, I can have little prs all I want, it sounds heavy, really heavy, the pickups are a little rough when the gain is the bottom. It's pretty versatile casually, the neck pickup is Splitt which allows the simple use micro (in addition to humbucker bridge) pickups or 2x single or double. Nothing to achieve its stratum, however, it is especially mtal and that's good for me!
    Pay 317 euros 7 months ago.

    SOUNDS

    So as I said above, it is especially mtal ax, I ridiculed any scratching of the same price in this area, it is really comfortable! :-D
    I play with an amp ZOOM Fire-30, with 19 and 22 types of saturation effects Intgr allows me to play almost everything, with 5 configurations diffrent microphone, I can really play many styles. Believe it or not but I get this amp have the same sound that Metallica Kill'em in all, the total up what! :-D
    I manage to get close to her also all the other albums of Metallica (except St. Anger), even Load and Reload when I give in R. No problem for Death / Trash, the middle and go out! The clean sound is good, without being sense '(ca quickly saturates well done).
    In résumé is heavy (attention is 300 euros a guitar even when fo not push!) And j'adooooooore that!! :-D

    OVERALL OPINION

    Premire is my guitar, I've had seven months and I am more than happy!
    It's perfect gots my music, I always love when I look at the first day!
    This is perfect for beginners, and I mtal RPET, for that price, look no is the best!
    The only BMOL for the matte finish that is smooth under my wrist on the table and the "varnish" of mcaniques .... :-(
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  • roberto70roberto70

    Ibanez RG321MHPublished on 11/06/05 at 12:19
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    Made in Korea, but the finish is even when treating trs.
    24 frets, 2 pickups Powersound, fixed bridge, string through-(a good place to sustain).
    A classic slecteur five positions, two knobs for volume and tonality.
    The handle is typical Ibanez RG SERIES: end, flat, Designed to play fast and (if possible) well, he called the wizard or wizard 2, more wineries.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is for me the main highlight of the skyscraper, a handle motorway, ideal for small hands like mine. CHAC is super easy to acute, ibanez fawn.
    It may be a bit heavy, but good balance and trs trs comfortable, do not ncessite effort, it remains focused on his game and nothing else.
    The sound with…
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    Made in Korea, but the finish is even when treating trs.
    24 frets, 2 pickups Powersound, fixed bridge, string through-(a good place to sustain).
    A classic slecteur five positions, two knobs for volume and tonality.
    The handle is typical Ibanez RG SERIES: end, flat, Designed to play fast and (if possible) well, he called the wizard or wizard 2, more wineries.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is for me the main highlight of the skyscraper, a handle motorway, ideal for small hands like mine. CHAC is super easy to acute, ibanez fawn.
    It may be a bit heavy, but good balance and trs trs comfortable, do not ncessite effort, it remains focused on his game and nothing else.
    The sound with the original pickups did not really believe (normal price). This is the only criticism I do ibanez: to have good microphones must dbourser ( at least) 850/900 euros.
    I rsolu the problem by installing DiMarzio: an air norton in neck and a tone zone in bridge.
    From 317 euros, the price is 555 euros then pass, which is reasonable.

    SOUNDS

    It should compltement my style of music (Van Halen, Dokken, Deep Purple is a guitar ...), Designed for big sound, and with the pickups that I put on it n ' issue is not really versatile, even if the clean sounds are honorable trs.
    Résumé to: mtal a guitar made for shredders Steve Vai and other budding.
    I use this guitar with a Vox AD30VT amp and an MXR equalizer 10 bandes.Cet possde amp does not really sound typical mtal, but allows me to accder sounds great. Ct and distortion, an equalizer is often enough to boost certain frequencies.

    OVERALL OPINION

    APRS one month of use, I am satisfied with TRS, especially when Whereas the price of this guitar. In my beginners, prices taient more levs for a comparable instrument, I think that young people are lucky.
    I have not tried other guitars, because I possd time an Ibanez RG 550 (which microphones original taient even zero, but the handle a wonderful silent) and I was looking for the same type of scratches, but without vibrato.
    The report qualitprix is ​​excellent, and just a ProCD lgre upgrade to get a true pro scratch, almost.
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  • petru51petru51

    Ibanez RG321MHPublished on 10/10/06 at 12:36
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    # Mahogany body
    # 3-piece Wizard II neck
    # 24 jumbo frets
    # Scale 25.5 "/ 648mm
    # Width at nut 43mm
    # Width at last fret 56mm
    # Thickness at 1st 19mm box
    # Thickness at 12th fret 21mm
    # Fixed bridge
    # Chrome hardware
    # Neck pickup IBZ INF3 (H)
    Bridge pickup # Inf4 IBZ (H)
    # 5-way switch

    UTILIZATION

    Channel really cool (requires ibanez lol) it slides really well.
    Access to acute without any particular problems.
    Very very light, a little below 3 kg (2.8 / 2.9), it is really handy, and not at all tiring to use.

    SOUNDS

    I play the guitar hero mordceaux (style petrucci and others) like metallica, and it suits me entirely, type of guitar shred orig…
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    # Mahogany body
    # 3-piece Wizard II neck
    # 24 jumbo frets
    # Scale 25.5 "/ 648mm
    # Width at nut 43mm
    # Width at last fret 56mm
    # Thickness at 1st 19mm box
    # Thickness at 12th fret 21mm
    # Fixed bridge
    # Chrome hardware
    # Neck pickup IBZ INF3 (H)
    Bridge pickup # Inf4 IBZ (H)
    # 5-way switch

    UTILIZATION

    Channel really cool (requires ibanez lol) it slides really well.
    Access to acute without any particular problems.
    Very very light, a little below 3 kg (2.8 / 2.9), it is really handy, and not at all tiring to use.

    SOUNDS

    I play the guitar hero mordceaux (style petrucci and others) like metallica, and it suits me entirely, type of guitar shred originally for solo so sick I think it's the dream. For now my sound metal does not suit me but I have a crappy amp, but I tested it on other amps and it was really satisfesant (see fabulous lol).
    I love going in the treble with these 24 cases.
    It offers a pretty good sustain since it is in bridge configuration.
    Mics what they say, are very good (but I still would put that because it does not equal 8 in the same price range of other brands but have a violin worse compared to Ibanez) because they splitables are and are still much better than the NSDP and grg170 grg270.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Microphones that I really like.
    Round brilliant.
    Finish on top.
    Look pest, I always look with love and respect lol.
    Exellent value for money, you have a very good guitar to start the hands and you can keep it very long in my opinion.
    I would do this choice ca no hesitation.
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  • DesertOfVegasDesertOfVegas

    Ibanez RG321MHPublished on 01/20/08 at 01:19
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    Ibanez Rg typical
    -Pickups: Ibanez INF3 and Inf4 (5 Positions of games, lots of sounds! (Grave, Grave Parallel, Grave + acute, sharp splits in single-coil, high).
    -Bridge: Fixed (one of the reason for which I bought the 321 on my previous guitars I had floyd e enrevoir the misery of laccordage and changing strings).
    -Settings: a volume and tone knob that are fair to me but hey it's not SUPER important! A 5-way switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is GORGEOUS!
    A Channel RG super fun to play, ideal for small hands and soloists, or metal fast!
    The weight is great! Light and very good shape, I have a great pleasure to play with my ibanez standing!

    SOUNDS

    My musical sty…
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    Ibanez Rg typical
    -Pickups: Ibanez INF3 and Inf4 (5 Positions of games, lots of sounds! (Grave, Grave Parallel, Grave + acute, sharp splits in single-coil, high).
    -Bridge: Fixed (one of the reason for which I bought the 321 on my previous guitars I had floyd e enrevoir the misery of laccordage and changing strings).
    -Settings: a volume and tone knob that are fair to me but hey it's not SUPER important! A 5-way switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is GORGEOUS!
    A Channel RG super fun to play, ideal for small hands and soloists, or metal fast!
    The weight is great! Light and very good shape, I have a great pleasure to play with my ibanez standing!

    SOUNDS

    My musical style wholesale: Stoner / Doom / metal.
    oddly the RG is the only guitar I like METAL, we must admit it is rather SUPER NICE.
    If you do not know the stoner style is really known for visiting the group KYUSS (Ex-singer of the band Queens of the Stone Age, Joshua Homes), its a super mega hot and runny (Joshua played in Kyuss on bass amp ). And this shows very well that scratching the fat! So I love it.
    I play for the moment on a Peavey Bandit 112 amp and multi effects ke I do not like ZOOM GFX-1 (I'll opt for the ZOOM G7.UT (tube preamp and you can register on pc with the log CUBASE included).
    Microphones to be honest do not suit me (I play in Drop SI), the microphones do not have enough power pr out the sound as I want. Finally the microphones normal origins are not made for that!
    I'll buy the kit KERRY KING EMG (85 and 81 + 20 dB boost), I will update the notice when I get it tested microphones beautiful c ...
    Mahogany body and at that price it should neglect pa!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought it for € 170 OCCAZ not super super super condition.
    So I'm more than happy! LOL
    She is beautiful and is great fun to play (still enjoyed a nice trick to play seated upright egg nan?)
    Acajour body heat and give the handle is part of your arm ...
    Great.
    I think that I will not play on Ibanez RG now! it's wonderful.
    A change of pickups decked me a good idea (but the microphones origins quans same powerful, too strange on my grave the microphones is more powerful than the acute micro-X)
    (Amendment of April 16, 2007, I do not change vai pickups for EMG (I prefer the versatility ... I post as soon as the microphone will change took place))

    (Amendment dated 20 January 2007: the jack on the guitar is really crappy ... the threads have "disappeared", a hand that I put the tape to hold ca ke, hopefully)
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