it is manufactured in Korea and has a 24 frets maple neck (one can not know because as it is covered with black paint mast) with EDGE III bridge.
the pickups are humbuckers for the neck and INF1 INF2 for the bridge.
the switch with 5 positions and allows a broad range of sounds.
for settings, it is volume and tone (although the latter is a rather questionable effectiveness!).
the handle is very comfortable and allows all kinds of acrobatics.
access to the latest frets is very good and the guitar sounds pretty good acoustics despite being in lime ...
ergonomics; well, it's an Ibanez RG my friend!
So, for those who know not: it is slim, slender, very suitable for solo play, rhythmic, and it can do everything (except the kitchen! ah ah!)
frankly, his side, I better at home, the neck pickup has a volume of output and imposing intermediate positions can really lead guitar to funk (4-position selector, micro acute split) and other arpeggios ( 2 position selector; split neck pickup).
for saturation, not bad, but I'm better on my guitar!
is a guitar that requires an adjustment period to know the sound of pickups and once it was in the hands of a guitar more versatile than the appearance suggests ...
it may very well suited to rock, funk and arpeggios.
I played in a music store in the gap to 05 on a Fender Prosonic and frankly, that gave as well as its clear that saturated!
the sounds that I liked, and when the pickups are splitted!
I have not liked, and the neck pickup not well defined (it changes to a GFS or DiMarzio and it's great!).
I just tried today and I am pleasantly pleased and surprised!
I tried too many models in store and I'm a fan of Ibanez RG models developed enough ...
I almost liked almost everything except the neck pickup.
I find the value for money because a very good guitar as well made at this price you see is 1000 € 1500 over a luthier!
I honestly do not know if I buy it because I'm in the mood to buy a parker fly right now, but I must admit I liked it!
So ... we must see here in some time!