As the crown jewel of Ibanez, the Prestige line represents the passion and pride of Japanese luthiery. These guitars, produced exclusively in Japan, ...Click To Read More About This Product
Produced exclusively in Japan with passion and pride.
As the crown jewel of Ibanez, the Prestige line represents the passion and pride of Japanese luthiery. These guitars, produced exclusively in Japan, have earned worldwide acclaim and respect throughout the industry for their craftsmanship, quality, and innovation. Combine this with the classic Ibanez RG design and you have an instrument that truly represents a cornerstone of the Ibanez legacy.
The RG752 7-string features the fast, smooth performance of the Wizard-7 Prestige neck constructed of five, glued, solid pieces of maple/wenge for absolute rock solid stability and a hand-selected Rosewood fingerboard with jumbo frets. Electronics include a pair of DiMarzio PAF-7 pickups that perform like classic late 50s humbuckers for a bright, clean sound from the lower strings.
The unobtrusive Lo-Pro Edge 7 bridge enables performance of the wildest sonic acrobatics with complete confidence that the guitar will effortlessly return to perfect tuning. Hardshell case included.
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Comments about Ibanez RG752 Prestige RG Series 7 String Electric Guitar:
I'm a tone snob. I've also been financially challenged my whole life. Due to lack of money I research every purchase six ways to Sunday. Over the years I've scraped enough money to buy 3 tube amps, a Marshall JCM800, an Ampeg VTX60 and a Fender Hot Rod Deluxe. I mention this because of the profound effect tube amps have on the tone of a guitar.
I've always cut corners on the guitars. I love the sound of Gibsons but prefer the feel of Strats so, I bought a used Squire Strat - I gutted it and installed Gibson Custom Shop 57 Classic pick-ups. It sounds very good.
I bought a second Squire and also modded it, yet stayed with Strat pick-ups. It's also a great sounding guitar with that sweet Fender tone.
So, each one of these modded guitars cost me about 750 to 800 clams.
How does the Ibanez Prestige Green Burst stack up?
The neck is insanely comfortable and fast and remember this is a 7 string guitar.
The craftsmanship is brilliant.
The note sustain is inspiring.
The intonation was perfect right out of the box - all the way to the 24th fret. What? Yes ... I was ****ing stunned.
The quality of the wood used on the green burst, and the finishes are an absolute work of art.
The RG752 feels lighter than my Strats.
The bridge and whammy bar look and function flawlessly. In use, the tuning remains true throughout.
Now the sound... There are 2 DiMarzio PAF passive pick-ups installed. These are very similar in design to the Gibson Classic 57s. The unique thing here is you have a 5 way switch which offers you five beautiful tones.
As I mentioned earlier, I'm a tone snob. I can say, without hesitation, that the tones this guitar gives you can proudly stand in for any tone you'll get on a Gibson or Start - and then some!
Yes, Gibsons and Strats are unique, as are the various types of pick-ups they offer and I love them all. My point here is the Prestige PAFs cover both the Strat and Gibson sounds and are every bit as breathtaking and inspiring in their own unique way.
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