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The Ibanez Guitar features a lightweight mahogany body with elegant contours and a smooth design, creating an incredibly comfortable instrument with sweet warm tonal characteristics. As well as appearance, the Ibanez also features a double-cutaway body shape which allows easier access to the higher frets to deliver incredible flexibility across the entire fingerboard.
The Ibanez feature’s their own wizard III neck profile, offering incredible comfort and speed for fast hand manoeuvres. While the maple neck features a naturally smooth feel, the profile provides a thin, contoured shape that lets your hand cup the neck with ease. The rosewood fingerboard enhances the guitars tone with richness and dynamics, creating sparkling highs and firm lows.
The Ibanez RG350DXZ is equipped with a set of Ibanez Quantum pickups, located on the bridge and neck positions, along with 5-way switching. The pickups are designed to offer the player a range of tones, letting them achieve the perfect sound. The two humbuckers provide an accelerated bass response, ideal for punchy rhythm riffs, and high-speed staccatos, while the single-coil offers a crisp treble response with a smooth middle and a firm bass. In addition, these pickups also offer a precise high-end articulation, ideal for rock and metal players.
The Ibanez Edge Zero is a high performance double locking tremolo first introduced in 2010, featuring similarities with both the Lo-Pro Edge tremolo and the original Floyd Rose Tremolo. This design created a unique and extremely versatile floating tremolo system which provides an added range of playing capabilities and improved tuning stability. For the Edge Zero II model, Ibanez designed it with a lower profile to improve comfort, and added a stud locking function for superior tuning stability.
Over the past 30 years, Ibanez Guitars have always been at the forefront of developing the right tools for electric guitar players pushing the boundaries of music. For decades, Ibanez designers and luthiers have been the embodiment of this ideology, pushing their skills to the edge of imagination, consistently creating some of the most versatile and unique instruments ever. Although Ibanez guitars have been made since 1908, it wasn't until the late 1980s that they began to form an identity for themselves when artists such as Steve Vai and Frank Zappa began using their instruments. Now with a huge artist clientele across the globe, Ibanez are a leading manufacturer of electric guitars and basses and a first choice for many dedicated musicians.