A short review from Rob…
Made in Korea to a very high standard, the RG321 was the precursor to the RG421 which is still in production today.
The guitar itself is lightweight and very acoustically resonant, helped by the hard-tail bridge with strings through the body. It’s eye-catching and great looking from both front and back, the basswood body has a stunning grain under gloss finish, and under the blue/green-burst front. The custom green knobs to match the green pickup are a nice touch too!
The maple Wizard II neck is straight, fast, and strong with 24 hard-wearing jumbo frets on a rosewood fretboard. It’s the kind of guitar that makes anyone want to stretch those fingers for a bit of shredding, while the bridge is comfortable for palm muting. The neck shape is not as flat and wide as some similar Ibanez models which makes for a very versatile instrument that will feel familiar to most players. Great access to the higher frets is a given with this design.
There’s an Ibanez Powersound neck pickup and upgraded Seymour Duncan JB bridge pickup. It’s wired for wide-ranging sounds and is coil tapped in positions 2 and 4 of the 5-way pickup selector, it growls and screams at the touch of a plectrum.
The guitar is in good condition with some cosmetic darkening on the back of the neck which you can’t feel at all and some visual aging of the chrome parts. I keep going back to this guitar in the shop as it’s fun to play and not too angular and metal looking for a jack-of-all-trades player like myself. I think someone will be very pleased with this guitar, so call in for a test drive between 10-5 any day except Wednesday or check out now using our secure online shop (linked below) to arrange affordable postage anywhere in the UK.
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