The Ibanez RG2620 Prestige guitar features DiMarzio IBZ humbuckers for the ultimate in metal domination.
To back up all that gain and power, the RG2620 provides a basswood body, delivering the depth and warmth that perfectly complement the screaming pickups. Other features include a 24-fret rosewood fingerboard, a 5-piece maple and walnut neck, and cosmo black hardware.
The Edge Pro bridge on the RG2620 features a unique Sound Metal Chip on each saddle which helps increase sustain right at the most critical point. To avoid the problem of string holder blocks getting lost during string changes, the Edge Pro’s sliding string holders are actually part of the bridge and won’t drop from the saddle unit. With the Edge Pro design, there’s no need to cut off the ball end of your strings when installing new strings.
Ibanez RG2620 Features
- Basswood Body: Basswood is a comparatively lightweight wood, which makes it very comfortable for extended playing. With a good balance of highs and lows, basswood is right in between alder and mahogany in sound character.
- 24 Jumbo frets: Jumbo frets offer easy playing for leads and chording.
- Rosewood Fingerboard: Rosewood offers a strong, bright sound and an attractive appearance with a long grain.
A few words about Ibanez…
Without a doubt Ibanez is one of the world’s formemost guitar manufacturers. The Modern Era of Ibanez guitars began in 1957 and since then they have enjoyed incredible success. They continue to experiment with edgy designs and finishes but have never lost track of their roots. Their amazing Artcore line of hollowbodies are some of the most sought after guitars in the world and their RG line is a must-have for rock and metal fans alike. And don’t discount their bass guitars, cherished by musicians the world over. This is a company that can do it all - straight-ahead rock models, elegant hollow bodies and everything in between. They even have a nice line of pedals and accessories that pros and amateurs have grown to love. Find out for yourself why some performers won’t play anything else but Ibanez.