Clement-89
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Does anyone here using ibanez rgr321ex?I wanna ask about the guitar though.Can it withstand down tuning without adjustment?
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Quote by Clement-89
Does anyone here using ibanez rgr321ex?I wanna ask about the guitar though.Can it withstand down tuning without adjustment?


no. a lot of it depends on what strings you would use.

i have 12's on a C#std on a prestige ibby and they are too fluppy.

i also had to alter the bridge height, tweak the truss rod (not always, but it was a tad out of spec) and reintonate. and if its a trem model, you would have to adjust the springs in back. and if you were using heavier strings you may need a thicker slotted nut.
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I went from 9-42s in standard to 12-56s in D standard without many issues. Tuning that low, though, you'll want heavy strings, and may need another spring in the back (I did).
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Clement-89
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Looks like i have to make some adjustment and change the strings then.I just bought the rgr321ex and it doesn't have problem with dropped d and c.Thanks again guys.