#1
I'm just curious. Why is there such a large price different between the the RG Prestige ($899) and the S Prestige ($1299)?
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#2
prestiges=diff bridges, pickups, wood (rg is basswood usually and s is usually mahogany) and the s is thinner and more comfortable for most ( i prefer rgs)
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#3
I don't know alot about the prestige series but I do know in the "standard" series I like the woods in the S a lot more than the RG. Plus I think the S is a lot harder to manufacture (thin body, wizard neck ect)
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I don't know alot about the prestige series but I do know in the "standard" series I like the woods in the S a lot more than the RG. Plus I think the S is a lot harder to manufacture (thin body, wizard neck ect)



rgs always have wizard necks dude.
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#5
Ok thanks for clearing that up.
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#6
Honestly, the "Prestige" name is build quality. With Ibanez, you get what you pay for. RG's are typically basswood, and I believe S's are mahogany. I THINK, don't quote me, but I believe RGs have Wizards, and S's have Wizard II's. S series guitars have the new ZR trem, and RGs have assorted Floyds.
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Honestly, the "Prestige" name is build quality. With Ibanez, you get what you pay for. RG's are typically basswood, and I believe S's are mahogany. I THINK, don't quote me, but I believe RGs have Wizards, and S's have Wizard II's. S series guitars have the new ZR trem, and RGs have assorted Floyds.


correct except the RG prestige have edge pro bridges
#8
Yeah, you got it.
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#9
RG Prestige: Basswood Body, Wizard Prestige Neck, Edge Pro(only on Rg1570) OR Edge Pro Zero Bridge

S Prestige: Mahogany Body, Wizard II(I think) neck, ZR II Trem
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Honestly, the "Prestige" name is build quality. With Ibanez, you get what you pay for. RG's are typically basswood, and I believe S's are mahogany. I THINK, don't quote me, but I believe RGs have Wizards, and S's have Wizard II's. S series guitars have the new ZR trem, and RGs have assorted Floyds.


True, but the higher end RG Prestiges have those new ZR bridges as well.
#12
i have no idea, but the RGs are made in japan (all things being equal, this is generally better), while the Ss (bar one or two models) are made in korea, even the prestige ones.
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