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Ibanez RG421
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Ibanez RG421

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

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" Guitar gun barrel price"

Ibanez RG421Published on 03/09/14 at 06:29
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Indonesia 2013 to string through fixed bridge, two double ibanez infinity 3et4, selective style megaswitch 5 positions, master volume (without magic capacitor alas) master tone. Standard jack easy to repair / replace in case.
Channel 3 pieces 3rd generation wizard, rounder / bigger than the wizard 2 of my exr170 Ergodyne. This is quite similar to the profile grg, just a little thinner and this is a good choice, very nice and relaxing.
Everything is black chrome cosmo black is class but impossible to find parts.

UTILIZATION

It is therefore not a rg looking ergonomics is perfect sitting and standing as access ozégu uneventful.
The frets are perfect for my copy, no complaints or......
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Indonesia 2013 to string through fixed bridge, two double ibanez infinity 3et4, selective style megaswitch 5 positions, master volume (without magic capacitor alas) master tone. Standard jack easy to repair / replace in case.
Channel 3 pieces 3rd generation wizard, rounder / bigger than the wizard 2 of my exr170 Ergodyne. This is quite similar to the profile grg, just a little thinner and this is a good choice, very nice and relaxing.
Everything is black chrome cosmo black is class but impossible to find parts.

UTILIZATION

It is therefore not a rg looking ergonomics is perfect sitting and standing as access ozégu uneventful.
The frets are perfect for my copy, no complaints or editing. The tuners are stable and maintain good agreement, the bridge is easy to adjust and nothing comes skinning my right palm (F. .. would do well to emulate it).
The knobs have a good strength and inspire confidence.
The selector is great because in 1-3-5 position is like in paul and 2-4 position is like in stratosphere, all without any background noise.
For added versatility can disconnect the ground wire that goes on the selector pin 6, so we position the neck pickup split 2 alone and accompanied by the full bridge in position 4.
For more realism in the neck split only it is physically turn the microphone to the coil side is pressed.

SOUNDS

This is a rg mahogany not conform to the typical row. Here the bass is slanted, mids and treble forward less for less than a high rg linden / basswood.
Which can be determined once connected, this guitar is quite pushy, it is clear and articulate. The wickedness of microphones saturax is quite exhilarating, and fuse it dépote sec.
Positions in stratabound and clean sound is rather dry and fast, it crosses the mix.
A very interesting rg lime, and more convincing than the 7-string versions I (Apex2 mahogany basswood against 7421) alternative. In this case mahogany not really do justice to the low frequencies.
For the price and sound possibilities is full carton.

OVERALL OPINION

I took his sister 521 saber for the finish and look, and these two are very different. Contrary to what the template might suggest, rg sounds thinner and drier, I must say that the pickups are not the same either (infinity 1et2 alnico for sword).
This rg421 is a success, its implementation is perfect, ditto wiring, and even looking for the little beast no chance of finding it. Less than 280 roros is a total mystery to me!

You need a guitar group / scene that punches well the mix and makes no noise, equally at home in metal top 50, and have a limited budget: welcome to this rg!
For the price this is the absolute faultless.
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  • Manufacturer: Ibanez
  • Model: RG421
  • Series: RG Standard
  • Category: STC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 01/28/2014

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