The Ibanez RGT-320Q is a new, Prestige version of the old RGT3020QM. It features a neck-thru body mahogany with a quilted maple top, a maple/wedge neck with 24 frets, rosewood fretboard with small abalone dots, two humbuckers, an Edge Pro trem, one volume knob, one tone knob and a five way switch.
Aside from the Ibanez J-Custom line, this is probably one of the most striking guitars that Ibanez offers. The quilt on this is absolutely stunning. The quality put into this guitar is really something to behold. The guitar was made in the Prestige factory, so it has awesome fretboard. I was able to get sickly low action on this guitar without any problems at all. The AANJ is a great neck joint, but these neck-thru models make it even easier to get up to the higher frets, if you can believe that.
The guitar sounds killer! However, the stock pickups are very weak sounding. I highly recommend replacing those as soon as possible. Once you do, this guitar will truly come alive. The wood combination in this guitar seems to be perfectly balanced for just about any genre you throw at it. However, I found that it really worked great under high gain for heavy metal. The mahogany helped give the guitar some warmth and midrange, the maple gave it some spank, and the rosewood seemed to even everything out.
If you can afford one of these, I recommend checking them out. The quality is great, and the guitar resonates like crazy. Just be sure to replace the pickups once you get it as the stock ones suck. You might as well replace the pots and switch too since they're not exactly the highest quality out there. This is one of the few guitars I'd recommend buying blind as they all seem to sound wonderful.
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hamsterfield's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in Japan
Channel 24 cases Wizard
Floyd Rose Ibanez at
5-way switch, tone and volume
Channel U in 5 parts, very fine (wizard) and through
Micro Dimarzio / Ibz
The handle is a highway, but it is suspected it is the classic cut from Ibanez.
As with any access to the row is excellent acute
Finding a good sound with the microphones and the selector is an easy task.
I tested it on a fender tube with a metal monster in distortion.
You can have any type of sound palette by using the 5-way switch. Ibanez is in the classic ... you can go to his Gibsonian fenderiens sounds carefree.
The pickups are well made.
You can play any style of music. For some uses more advanced course will be a change of micro welcome (metal extreme example). Given the types of wood used, nothing will be impossible for this guitar.
I should point out a report in the mediums below that which can be found on other brands that use of mahogany (yes, always the same ...)
I tested it in a music store for over an hour.
The price / quality ratio is not the most advantageous, but hey we must recognize that it's a beautiful guitar.
The sustain is correct, but not great (there is a floyd, so do not forget ...)
The violin is very good on this model, it is important to note.
If we can afford is an honorable choice. However at that price, do not hesitate to compare ...
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sam_937's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
The handle is trs enjoyable play.
Before this I had an ibanez guitar with a round end trs (I mean the end for the distance between the low E string and high E), it took me a little time to m ' adapt, but now the game is comfortable with the sleeves suprieur purposes.
Ergonomics almost perfect: only complaint is that the volume knob is a little too prs strings (I rev hard!), The blow if we play sixteenth notes 180 and we ended up hanging to turn the volume knob.
I play all styles (blues, classical, black metal, pop, rock and roll), it excels in all types of music except death metal can be.
I bought it in January 2008, I do not regret my choice at all is a virtually scratch IDAL, it's high-end
plus she looks indestructible I play with 2 hours per day for 8 months it has not the slightest wear it stays like new.
It is a trs trs guitar pretty, she is worth its price (list price ibanez 2650)
This is a MODEL 2007, MODEL 2008 is the least friendly
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Tiger foods's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
Manufacturing Japan team j craft
24 jumbo frets, neck-in 5 pices stocky, weng alternates
floyd MODEL edge pro (the guitar of 2007)
volume, tone, 2 humbuckers IBZ / di Marzio, 5-way switch
Mahogany body and AAA quality table Saddle ond (5mm)
Wet pink color this one
The handle: well, I compare the my other ibanez (rg 550 20th anniversary mmx): handle + pais here is clearly more "round", well, it's not a Gibson any of the same, and like lacquered box.
Access in TOP is acute: no heel as the 550, you can play derrire thumb up my box of 24, great
Ergonomics is more than the top 550 that I found great dj, the rear is even more Chanfrain as I play classical position (guitar on left knee with a foot rest), the Horn sup tended me going into ctes: here is no longer the case
The 320 seems a tad heavier (normal is mahogany and the Saddle + lime)
For mtal is great and I think that is versatile + rg other instrument making thanks to the first order and species employees. The pickups are also more versatile as can be slightly less powerful than some other range. For curiosities I removed one to see the base: they are serious "Di Marzio United States" as the special steve I and there is a label IBZ ct al. Moreover, the site informs: "DiMarzio / IBZ pickups
The DiMarzio / IBZ pickups in the Ibanez RG2120 and RG2570EX are specifically Designed and Manufactured by DiMarzio for Ibanez, and They Are not available separately. Like all DiMarzio pickups, They are made in our New York factory. Both neck and bridge pickups are high-output models. The neck pickup IS Fairly bright-sounding, similar to a Super 2 (DP104). The bridge pickup a little louder IS and warmer-sounding, and resemble a cross Between the Steve Morse Bridge Model (DP200) and the Super Distortion (DP100) "In any case, was not sound bad at all and for the now I do not think the change. The sounds are both in good and Varis clear that saturation, not drafts. For medium outputs (on the site IBZ), sends a svrement. Well, may be not as much personality and power that the Bill Lauwrence L500, but in usable clean sounds in return. In any fawn adpendra on what it is ..... With a branch mt2, a Boss HM2, a line 6 AM4 and a marshall dsl 401, a ring anyway and violin there is certainly no accident.
Another remarkable sustain! it is much larger than the 550 that sounds more "plaququot;. The sound plays vacuum is also less neutral than the lime in the 550, but hey, it's not spectacular, rest of the solid body. Note that the 550 has a touch stocky, + brighter than the rosewood. In short, that's good. Most difficult will seek to change pickups: as usual, everyone's gots, especially Contents of Sonora.
The guitar is beautiful, we feel that we are a step up at the violin and the careful finishing.
handle driver o sustain and Access in acute
beautiful violin, great choice of wood
superb finish, qualitbr /> super comfortable
beautiful sonoritbr /> the -:
Bah, I prfre the fineness of the handle 550 (the price category of the market: the original Super Wizzard 1987)
I do not like the handle as the lacquered box, but hey, it's a neck-
Price: nine, was worth between 2200 and 2700 as more stores
this one is a guitar expo that has several rooms and is lgrement claw, so the price much lower silent, otherwise it would not in my budget. In any case I found the 550 anniversary dj rg extra (see opinion) but the is still a cut above!
Dernire a thing the color pink is not a wet pink or pink Barbie is actually trs class: plutt a raspberry-colored corals and clear up a little and the varnish is grement mtallis trsrussi.