#1
Take a look at this page...

http://www.lamusic.ca/default.asp?nCategory=349&ProductName=RG321MH%20RG%20Series%206%20String%20Electric%20Guitar&PID=6249

"The RG321MH has a 25.5" scale neck that is 2mm thicker than the super-thin, super-flat Ibanez Wizard. Mahogany provides rich warm lows and sweet sustain. Jumbo frets offer easy playing for leads and chording. Fixed bridge design offers thru-body stringing for stronger tone and sustain."

But then under that is says specifications which says:

Features
Body: Basswood <--------- What the **** ??
Bridge/Tremolo: Fixed bridge
Fingerboard: Bound Rosewood
Frets: 24/Jumbo
Inlays: Pearl Dot
Neck Joint: Wizard II
Neck Material: Maple
Pickups: Neck: PSND1 (H), Bridge: PSND2 (H)
#3
i just got one, mahogony, i think they came out in basswood with the psnd pups first, axemusic.com has one on sale for 269 clearance the royal blue one i think...new ones come with different pups and mahogony
#4
#5
The more expensive one also has a 3 pc neck.

I'd go with the cheaper one and then spend $100 on new pickups.
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#6
Ibanez RG321 - Basswood + PSND pickups
Ibanez RG321MH - Mahogany + INF pickups

Both necks are the same, 3pc. Wizard II. Depends on which genre you're into and what type of wood that you find best, go with that. Personally, i'd definetely get the RG321MH or one of the SZ series.
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#7
Yea, get the RG321MH, personally I would.

Otherwise as madpickin said, SZ series, or even S if you can find a cheap one.