#1
I like Ibanez necks, and I'm pretty set on getting one. I really don't care about a tremelo, but I prefer my guitars to be neck-thru. Has anyone played this guitar before? I'm not sure if being bolt on will make much of a difference in the sustain I get or not since I use an OD pedal sometimes.
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#2
A well done bolt-on neck will have no less sustain than a neck through.

And as the Ibanez RG3520ZE is a prestige, you can bet it will be well made
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#3
Usually the bolt ons on the prestige series on ibanez have great sustain, i'm sure that it will be a good purchase.
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#4
Top line ibbys are awesome,

try it,

you wont find an issue with sustain, you may dislike the pick ups but you can change those,

prestige ibbys are the dogs nuts.

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#5
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Top line ibbys are awesome,

try it,

you wont find an issue with sustain, you may dislike the pick ups but you can change those,

prestige ibbys are the dogs nuts.

Yeah, I love the EMG 85 but I hate the 81. It's just too thin sounding. I love the look of the guitar.


I was also looking at this guitar (actually, I've wanted it for a long while now):
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Ibanez-RGT6EXFX-Electric-Guitar?sku=518870

It's basically the same guitar except a $600 cheaper, neck-thru, but with no tremelo.

What makes the Prestige guitars so much better than regular Ibanez. I know prestige is Japanese, and better quality, but better quality as in what? I couldn't imagine the binding and stuff being that much better.

Anyway, thanks for the replies, I guess I will save more for the Prestige guitar.
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#6
better quality meaning that they are perfect,

the details are flawless and the fit and feel is top level,

it is hard to descre but when you play one you know it is a quality guitar.

i loved mine and i have promised myself i will have another soon.

just to throw this out there but look into th prestige s guitars, they are awesome in everyway.

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#7
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better quality meaning that they are perfect,

the details are flawless and the fit and feel is top level,

it is hard to descre but when you play one you know it is a quality guitar.

i loved mine and i have promised myself i will have another soon.

just to throw this out there but look into th prestige s guitars, they are awesome in everyway.

alright, i'll check them out.

i noticed that the guitar RG3520ZE is discontinued, so it was only in production for 1 year. Does Ibanez discontinue models a lot? And do you think this guitar will be available for purchase in a few months still?
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#8
they tend to just re relase stuff every year with a slightly different model code,

keep an eye on the official website i guess mate

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