#1
Its come down to these two badboys im thinking but i dont know which to get originally i had my heart set on a ebony fret board but does it really matter?

Could use some advice on which one is better like build quality etc
#2
I'm not certain, but I don't think the Ibanez is Japanese-made- most (if not all) the Japanese-made Ibanezes are now "prestige", and have a prestige wizard neck (not wizard II).

The Jackson is Japanese made, and the higher-end MIJ Jackson pro series (like the RR5) are very nice (though I haven't tried the RR5, just the SL3).

Assuming you like the shape of the rr5 ok that's the one I'd go with personally. Of course it's entirely up to you.
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#3
The DTT770 is made in Indonesia, it does have nice pickups in it though, considering most Prestiges don't even come with real DiMarzios...

I used to own an RR5, it was an awesome sounding and playing guitar, I just couldn't get along with the shape (I like the RR shape, but I thought the body would be smaller - and I was afraid of smashing the horns into something ). Sound wise, that was probably the nicest sounding Alder guitar I've ever played, made my amps cut through a mix like no other.
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