The Ibanez RGRT421 is here presented in an open-pore Walnut Flat, and Weathered Black finish. Representing great value for money, this guitar is unique at the price point, featuring five-piece maple and mahogany neck-through-body construction. The super thin Wizard III neck is topped with a Jatoba fretboard and features jumbo frets, facilitating fast solos and easy bends. Twin Quantum humbucking pickups produce the fat tone you’re looking for.
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IBANEZ RGRT421 WALNUT FLAT WITH 5-PIECE NECK-THROUGH BODY
- Neck-through Construction: Neck-through construction provides massive sustain and playing comfort.
- Wizard III Maple neck: Ibanez’s thin, flat, and fast, yet strong and sturdy, Wizard neck offers unlimited playability for demanding players, and features a two-octave 24-fret fretboard for wide tonal range.
- Jatoba Fretboard: Jatoba has a reddish brown color which produces a rich mid range with a crisp high end.
- Quantum pickups: The Quantum pickups provide accelerated bass response for exceptionally fast tracking of high-speed staccato riffing with crushing mid range and precise high-end articulation.
Multi-scale frets for comfort, tension, and tone
Multi-scale frets are an exciting trend in guitar design aimed at down-tuned and technical playing. Matched to your fretting hand’s natural angle of movement, you get a longer scale length on the bass side of the instrument and a shorter scale on the treble side. Not only does this offer you better intonation across all eight strings, but the higher tension on the low strings adds muscle and punch to your tone. The multi-scale neck construction of this 8-string guitar equalizes that tension, resulting in a vibrant, open tone. At the same time, the higher strings have a familiar scale length for great single-string performance. While getting used to them may seem intimidating, guitarists at Je Matt Guitar have found that it’s a very natural transition.