#2
Quote by Guitar0player
The 3550ZM with Dimarzios.


That Orange one makes me angry that I bought the RG2550Z in December. If it's anything like the other Prestiges, it'll be great. And the Edge Zero is good too, but it's my first guitar with a Floyd style bridge.
#3
havent tried that one but couple of others and they were pretty good IMO.
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#5
^ older RGs had dimarzios... see if you can find some of them?
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#6
They aren't released to the public yet are they?
As far as I know, you'll only have played the new RG prestige guitars if you attended NAMM. . .even then I'm fairly sure you wouldn't have played one!

Though I am very interested in the new yellow/orange (looks more yellow to me) RG.
#7
im gettin the black 3550mz and gettin a mirrored pickgaurd...
if it plays anything like the 2550z it will be AMAZING
#8
OK, so if anyone has an RG here with a Tone Zone in the bridge?
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#9
Quote by Guitar0player
OK, so if anyone has an RG here with a Tone Zone in the bridge?


alot of people put Tonezone's in RG's.

Paul Gilbert has an RG model (Well his signature, but same woods) with a tonezone.

I always found it weird they didn't had any ibanez with stock Dimarzio's (only dimarzio licensed bs) and signature models.

Cause I think 1 out of every 3 people with an rg has put dimarzio's in it

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#10
Quote by xxdarrenxx
alot of people put Tonezone's in RG's.

Paul Gilbert has an RG model (Well his signature, but same woods) with a tonezone.

I always found it weird they didn't had any ibanez with stock Dimarzio's (only dimarzio licensed bs) and signature models.

Cause I think 1 out of every 3 people with an rg has put dimarzio's in it


I see, well what do people think of Ibanez's with DM Tone Zones?
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#12
i love my tone zone. great for rifts and cutting through the mix.

old rg's came with dimz. My rg 550 had a tone zone and paf pro stock
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#14
The only problem with the new models is the zero edge bridge it still isn't using the pop in arm system like the edge bridges. I really hate bridges like the regular zr were you have to screw that metal cap thing on to keep the arm in place.
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Quote by mightmuffin
The only problem with the new models is the zero edge bridge it still isn't using the pop in arm system like the edge bridges. I really hate bridges like the regular zr were you have to screw that metal cap thing on to keep the arm in place.


I cant really say I care for that.
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#16
what has me interested is the new super wizard neck shape. its the same as the j custom which is the best feeling guitar that i have ever played. not that i can afford another high end guitar tho
#17
Quote by no_thing101
what has me interested is the new super wizard neck shape. its the same as the j custom which is the best feeling guitar that i have ever played. not that i can afford another high end guitar tho


Me neither, but I hope to find a job.
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