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#1
First up,

The new RGD series.





Secondly, the new S-series (yes people, 24 frets)




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#2
And The new RG's




The new RGA's



And the rest!


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Last edited by SquierLolz at Dec 11, 2009,
#3
At last an 24 fret 7 string S series! Thats on my shopping list for 2010.
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#4
Those new RGDs look bloody awful. It is nice to see Ibanez messing with their styling again though. There are still tonnes of traditional RGs on the used market, so why not do something new?

One guitar they need to bring to North America is the AR series. This ART stuff just doesn't cut it for me and I don't wanna shell out $2000+ for an AR2000 reissue.
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#5
Oh my God. I love the new RGD7, I must have one. An RG with an S series trem in it? Yes please!
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#6
Got major wood from seeing the new S's and Rg's, even though, the new inlaiys can't beat the traditional ones, and the new S inlay is pretty dumb (even though it's better than the horrible seagull-like shape in, for instance S-470). The RGD also looked pretty interesting... can't freakin' wait to get my hands on these babies! >: D
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#7
I personally love the RGD series and will probaly sell some of my guitars to buy one (now let's pray ibanez doesnt **** it up with edge III's) not that an Edge III will stop me from buying
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#8
Quote by Dog454
Oh my God. I love the new RGD7, I must have one. An RG with an S series trem in it? Yes please!


Those are the Edge zero's, not the ZR
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#10
Quote by SquierLolz
(now let's pray ibanez doesnt **** it up with edge III's) not that an Edge III will stop me from buying

True, the Edge III has it's problems... better though than most license FR's, that's for sure!
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#12
i can't confirm this is everything, i just found these on jem site and thought i'd post them here.
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#13
Is it just me, or does that first RG look like it's got a carved top?

If so, SWEET!
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#14
^thanks for pointing that out, that's not an rg, it's an RGA
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#16
The RGA has an archtop and the mid cut switch.
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#17
Quote by Banana Wedgie
Whats the difference between an RG and an RGA?

Rg's have flat tops, rga's have arched (is that the right word?). Also, I think most RGA's have fixed bridges, whereas RGs more often have floating trems.
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Ashton AG200,
Amps: ENGL E530, Bugera 6262-212,
FX: TC Electronics G-major 2, Behringer EQ700, Morley Volume / Wah
#18
Looks like Ibanez is giving the RGA an Edge III now though.

Gotta love when Ibanez is feeling experimental. Get one of those RGDs and keep it. I'll bet in 10 years they'll be rare. Probably not worth jack, but rare.
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#19
I love the rgd's

Buy one, use it and then if you ever get famous you can make it your super awesome signature
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#20
Quote by SquierLolz
I personally love the RGD series and will probaly sell some of my guitars to buy one (now let's pray ibanez doesnt **** it up with edge III's) not that an Edge III will stop me from buying

You don't have to get the Edge III, you can spend a little more for the Prestige with the Edge Zero. The RGD2120Z is a must-buy for me. I love the silver Caparison-esque finish. The Edge Zero is my favorite bridge ever and the Wizard Prestige neck is my favorite neck of all time. I just hope it isn't basswood since I already have a Prestige RG with the same trem. Even if it is basswood, I can't get over the sex-appeal. I'm definitely getting it.

I also hear that they're not going to be using the Edge Pro anymore. They switched to the Edge Zero so the older RG1550Ms and RG1570s will maybe go on clearance soon. That explains why Ibanez offered the $100 rebate on the RG1570s for so long.

Anyone know when these go on sale?
Last edited by JELIFISH19 at Dec 11, 2009,
#21
^i don't like the selector placement of the prestige's
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#22
S Series 7 string ;D
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#24
The S series 7 string with 24 frets... Do want.
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#25
I'm not liking the Ibanez 2010 tbh, I'm into hardtails so!

Otherwise they look hawt, Ibanezy and still new!
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#33
More RG and S crap. Not interested. It's time for Ibanez to finally go focus on their hollowbodies again, which were actually really good. But the RG and S never pleased me tonally and esthetically.
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#34
Quote by SquierLolz
I personally love the RGD series and will probaly sell some of my guitars to buy one (now let's pray ibanez doesnt **** it up with edge III's) not that an Edge III will stop me from buying


The first 2 rgds look like a EDGE iii's
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#35
RGD's are amazing. Nice break from the traditional Rg. Adds some style and curvature to it.
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#36
I daresay chaps....

*fap*

The 7 string S series looks hawt but both my gutars are Ibanez's so I might branch out a wee bit.
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#38
The fret marks on the RGD series are hideous. Those look like the check marks from a dingbat font.
#40
non-prestige S series with 24 frets?

oh do want.
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