#1
No, this doesn't belong in GB&C (I think).

I' leaning towards getting an RG7321 because there are aren't any great 7's in my price range (except for maybe the RGD7321, which looks sweet too. Might get this instead) but the RG7321 is pretty commonly available.

But, what I was wondering, was how much work would be needed to turn a fairly "meh" guitar into a great guitar, including cost of everything? Everything counts. This would be a project-like guitar too. I really want to take a guitar apart and be able to use it. What is bad with the guitar?

My thoughts:
- New pickups
- New paint


...Which is actually all I could think of. This project is very hypothetical at the moment.
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#3
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Just get a 7621/7421. You can get one for the same price, if not cheaper, and they're great guitars.


+1, they can be usually found in good condition for under 4-500$
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#4
If you're gonna try and swap the PU, try some BKP or DiMarzio's as they tend to be the prefered choice for Ibanez. Also, I'd love to see one of those guitars stripped to it's natural finish
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#5
If someone could find me an Ibanez 7x2x for sale in Canada, or someone in the US who would ship it to Canada, I'll take it, but theres no one.
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