As the legion of converts to the made-for-metal Iron Label series continues to grow, Ibanez continues to tap the seismic underworld for inspiration. Working from the chassis up of their famous RG, Ibanez has struck sonic gold with its RGIT20FE.
The RGIT20FE’s 7pc Maple/ Walnut neck-through construction and Ash wing body is the perfect combination — substantial, yet comfortable with more than enough sustain to spare. Working from the philosophy that player comfort translates into speed, the reliable Gibraltar II bridge sits at the lowest possible height, well out of way of your picking hand.
Meanwhile, the original innovators in fast neck design have surpassed themselves with their latest creation, the ‘Nitro Wizard.’ This sturdy 7pc neck features an Ebony fingerboard with jumbo frets that both enhance playing speed and offer optimal articulation. An EMG 60 in the neck position and EMG 81 in the bridge, guarantee thick, complex distortion with plenty of depth to carve out your signature sound.
Lean into the performance enhancing killswitch to take command of head-turning strobe effects and drive your playing over the edge and beyond. With the purposefully spartan Iron Label, you won’t find a feature here that doesn’t contribute directly to waking the dead.