Ibanez: RGIR20E Iron Label Electric Guitar (White)

Instruments | Electric Guitar

Publisher: Ibanez
Format: Instruments | Instrument
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: This item can only be delivered to UK addresses.

The Ibanez RG is probably the most distinctively recognisable Guitar that Ibanez produces, and for good reason. It's dedicated to rock and metal players, giving them the classically thick sound with an incredibly fast playability, plus it looks divinely devilish.

The Ibanez RG Iron Label Electric Guitar comes fitted with EMG pickups as standard, with the EMG 60 pickup in the neck position providing that classically thick rock tone that boosts the middles sky-high, while fattening the lows and the highs. At the bridge pickup, the EMG 81 gives a precise and intensely detailed tone, along with a sensual sustain.
The super-thin and incredibly playable neck is a tried and tested addition, enabling you to shred as much as rock out with power chords. The amazingly innovative inclusion of a kill switch enables you to create a wild staccato effect that will shock and surprise listeners. The edge-zero II tremolo has been designed and optimised for playing comfort, with a stud-lock function for consistent and stable tuning.
Technical Specifications:
  • Neck type: Nitro Wizard 3pc Maple/Bubinga neck
  • Body: Basswood body
  • Fretboard: Bound rosewood fretboard
  • Fret: Jumbo frets
  • Bridge: Edge-Zero II bridge
  • Neck Pickup: EMG® 60 (H) neck pickup (Active/Ceramic)
  • Bridge Pickup: EMG® 81 (H) bridge pickup (Active/Ceramic)
  • Hardware Colour: Cosmo black
Published on: 05 June 2014
Catalogue No: RGIR20EWH

      Ibanez: RGIR20E Iron Label Electric Guitar (White) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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      9 out of 10


      Rotherham GB
      No fret marks on the finger board
      Easy to change the 9v battery
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      Confirmed purchase: 03 January 2017
      Published on: 22 January 2017

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