RG7321 reviews— 18 total
18 user reviews of RG7321 by Ibanez
Adding in a new bridge pickup was the tonal facelift this guitar needed to Shine as bright as any $1000...
I have been teaching myself guitar for about 2 years now, coupled with studying Piano with a teacher.
I've been playing for 7-8 years now, so not too bad.
If it were stolen I'd either look into another one, or buying an Agile Interceptor as from what I've been...
Its a steal at 400 dollars. I've been playing for 2-3 years, and it holds up against my brother's Ibanez S prestige.
I own an Ibanez RG31MH, and have owned a generic brand start (cost about 50 on eBay).
I have been playing for nearly a year, and I own a Dean Vendetta Vnxm, an Ibanez EX160, a Boss...
Is this a good match. I play mainly Metal, and she is definitely great for that, it's an Ibanez RG one of the best metal axes out there.
I've been playing for 7 years this June, and I own two other Ibanez guitars, both six strings.
The price is really affordable. I have been playing it for a month now and it just sound massive.
This is gonna be great, I can tell by the way it looks" I play mostly progressive metal, but play...
I've had it for 7 months and couldn't be apart from it.
etc.) This guitar is perfect for me, I get the extended range and I still have my higher notes which...
It is great for death metal (Amon Amart) and can still play my Red Hot Chilli Peppers suberbly.
It's a 7 string which are hard to come by.
Short of a double neck, this is the most cost effective way to get great flexibility.
Definatly worth buying. The guitar I would buy if this got nicked is either another one or the Ibanez K-7 7string.
If I could choose another guitar, it would be the K-7, because that is probably the only guitar that can...