You can't find a rock guitar that looks as cool and has as many amazing features as the Ibanez RG3250MZ Prestige Electric Guitar. Start with an amazingly thin and fast 5 piece Super Wizard HP Maple/Walnut Prestige neck with KTS Titanium reinforcement and an Edge Zero bridge with ZPS3 Zero Point spring system. Add in perfectly matched DiMarzio pickups in an ultra-versatile hum/sing/hum configuration and you have a lethal rock guitar that more than lives up to the sterling legacy of the Ibanez RG.
The Ibanez RG Prestige series models, introduced in 1987 and still thriving and evolving, are world famous for their characteristic thin, fast necks, and hard-edged rock and metal tones. The RG Prestige models are now all made in Japan by Ibanez's finest luthiers, with Wizard necks with Prestige finishing, Edge Zero and Edge Pro bridges, and a broad range of intense pickups in different configurations. Watch these diabolical creations turn heads and warp minds with colors and specs inspired by the originals.
Ibanez RG3250MZ Prestige Electric Guitar Features
- Precision-made in Japan by Ibanez’s finest luthiers
- Super Wizard neck features the legendary ultra-thin, ultra-flat Wizard 17mm neck dimensions, but with 5 piece construction and KTS Titanium reinforcement rods for even greater strength
- Edge Zero bridge is super smooth and keeps you in tune
- Genuine made-in-USA DiMarzio pickups
- Prestige hardshell case
Super Wizard Prestige Neck
The 5 piece Super Wizard HP Maple/Walnut Prestige neck is extremely fast and slim. The HP stands for High Performance, for a more comfortable neck feel and smoother neck shape.
Air Norton (neck):
The tone is deep and warm, but not muddy. Hot, but not distorted. It’s even got cool harmonics, which are really unusual for a neck humbucker.
True Velvet (middle):
A vintage-style single-coil pickup that’s clean and bright, but designed to still sound sweet when picking above the 12th fret. Coil is tuned to a frequency range that’s bright but not thin.
Tone Zone (bridge):
Hot enough to qualify as a high-output pickup, but has a wider dynamic range. Hard picking will produce a lot of power, and softer picking will be much cleaner and quieter.