#1
It's in my user profile pics.

I posted a while ago and was told it was an RG570. I don't think it is. For example, mine certainly has a Prestige neck, and the RG570 is not a Prestige model. Also, mine has an Edge-Pro trem, whereas the RG570 has a Low-Pro. The finish is also NOT Vital Silver, as on the RG2570 (it is the wrong texture: VSL is 'blobby' whereas mine is uniformly sparkly), nor does it have DiMarzio/Ibanez pickups: it simply has the V8-S1-V7 array as per most Ibanezes.

Do I have a hybrid on my hands? Is it a Prestige neck on an RG570 body? Or is it something else entirely?

Hope someone can help...

As I say, pics can be found in my profile. Only modifications made are the easy-peel vinyl, and the flame trussrod cover. If it's any use, the serial number on the back of the headstock is: F0400909

Cheers in advance,

The Last English Gentleman.
#2
It's a 2004 RG1570 made in Fujigen, in a Gray Nickel finish.




It's a regular production model and not a hybrid.
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#3
Quote by Bonsaischaap
It's a 2004 RG1570 made in Fujigen, in a Gray Nickel finish.

It's a regular production model and not a hybrid.


Sure? Grey Nickel is flat, isn't it? Mine's sparkly silver. Looks very much like the Silver Sand finish of other models???
#4
^^ Yeppers, a 1570. Just like I mentioned in your original thread. Grey nickel is a bit sparkly, it has some metal flake in it.
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#5
Quote by pifty
^^ Yeppers, a 1570. Just like I mentioned in your original thread. Grey nickel is a bit sparkly, it has some metal flake in it.


Aha Sorry, didn't see your previous post. No insult intended!

Much thanks, all