Ibanez RGIXL7-ABL Iron Label
Ibanez 7 strings electric guitar, RGIXL7-ABL Iron Label model, ash body, maple/purpleheart Nitro Wizard-7 neck, Macassar ebony fretboard, Gotoh hardtail bridge and tuners, 2 DiMarzio Fusion Edge-7 humbuckers.
Scale length: 27"/686 mm
Neck: 3-piece maple/purpleheart, Nitro Wizard-7 XL
Fingerboard: macassar ebony
Frets: 24 jumbo frets
Pickups: 2 DiMarzio Fusion Edge-7 humbuckers
Bridge: Gibraltar Standard II-7
Tuners: Gotoh MG-T Locking
Electronics/controls: 3 positions pickup switch, master volume, master tone, 1 mini-switch (coil-tap)
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Especially known for attracting shredders and metalheads thanks to its ultra-thin necks, floating vibratos and 7, 8 and 9 (!) strings guitars, Ibanez has established itself as THE Japanese export brand. Founded in 1957 in Nagoya, Japan, Ibanez began by producing copies of the american brands such as Fender, Gibson and Rickenbacker, before creating its own. But it was in the 80's that the brand set itself as a staple of the rock and metal landscape, by signing virtuosos such as Joe Satriani or Steve Vai, and established itself as a reference when it comes to superstrats.
Ibanez is spoiling us with this RGIXL7-ABL Iron Label, intended for heavy metal. With its 7 strings, made to darken the tonal horizons of the entire population, whose demonic vibrations are captured by a pair of DiMarzio Fusion Fusion-7 humbuckers (splittable, it's not because we're hard we don't like finesse), it's a marvel. Its Gotoh hardware ensures perfect tuning stability, the Nitro Wizard 7 is the fastest neck of the brand. Heavy? Articulated? Comfortable? Guilty of all charges!
Two years warranty from our workshop.