Ibanez electric guitar

Ibanez electric guitar DEFAULT


Japanese guitar brand

This article is about the guitar manufacturer. For the namesake, see Salvador Ibáñez. For other people named Ibáñez, see Ibáñez (disambiguation).

Ibanez (アイバニーズ, Aibanīzu) is a Japanese guitar brand owned by Hoshino Gakki.[1] Based in Nagoya, Aichi, Japan, Hoshino Gakki were one of the first Japanese musical instrument companies to gain a significant foothold in import guitar sales in the United States and Europe, as well as the first brand of guitars to mass-produce the seven-string guitar and eight-string guitar. Ibanez manufactures effects, accessories, amps, and instruments in Japan, China, Indonesia and in the United States (at a Los Angeles-based custom shop). As of 2017[update] they marketed nearly 165 models of bass guitar, 130 acoustic guitars, and more than 300 electric guitars.[2]


Montclair (1960s)

Ibanez Artist
(mid 1970s)

Ibanez Iceman

The Hoshino Gakki company began in 1908 as the musical instrument sales division of the Hoshino Shoten, a bookstore chain. Hoshino Gakki decided in 1935 to make Spanish-style acoustic guitars, at first using the "Ibanez Salvador" brand name in honor of Spanish luthierSalvador Ibáñez, and later simply "Ibanez".[3]

The modern era of Ibanez guitars began in 1957.[4] The late 1950s and 1960s Ibanez catalogues show guitars with some wild-looking designs,[5] manufactured by Kiso Suzuki Violin,[model 1]Guyatone,[model 2][model 3] and their own Tama factory established in 1962.[3][6] After the Tama factory stopped manufacturing guitars in 1966, Hoshino Gakki used the Teisco[citation needed] and FujiGen Gakki guitar factories to make Ibanez guitars, and after the Teisco String Instrument factory closed in 1969/1970, Hoshino Gakki used the FujiGen Gakki guitar factory to make Ibanez guitars.

Ibanez S

Ibanez RG

Ibanez UV777

In the 1960s, Japanese guitar makers mainly copied American guitar designs, and Ibanez-branded copies of Gibson, Fender, and Rickenbacker models appear. This resulted in the so-called lawsuit period.

Hoshino Gakki introduced Ibanez models that were definitely not copies of the Gibson or Fender designs, such as the Iceman and the Roadstar series. The company has produced its own guitar designs ever since. The late 1980s and early 1990s were an important period for the Ibanez brand. Hoshino Gakki's relationship with guitarist Steve Vai resulted in the introduction of the Ibanez JEM and the Ibanez Universe models; after the earlier successes of the Roadstar and Iceman models in the late 1970s – early 1980s, Hoshino Gakki entered the superstrat market with the RG series, a lower-priced version of their JEM series.

Ibanez AS200

Ibanez EW20ASE (Exotic Wood)

Hoshino Gakki also had semi-acoustic, nylon- and steel-stringed acoustic guitars manufactured under the Ibanez name. Most Ibanez guitars were made by the FujiGen guitar factory in Japan up until the mid- to late 1980s, and from then on Ibanez guitars have also been made in other Asian countries such as Korea, China, and Indonesia. During the early 1980s, the FujiGen guitar factory also produced most of the Rolandguitar synthesizers, including the Stratocaster-style Roland G-505, the twin-humbucker Roland G-202 (endorsed by Adrian Belew, Eric Clapton, Dean Brown, Jeff Baxter, Yannis Spathas, Christoforos Krokidis, Steve Howe, Mike Rutherford, Andy Summers, Neal Schon and Steve Hackett) and the Ibanez X-ING IMG-2010.

Cimar and Starfield were guitar and bass brands owned by Hoshino Gakki. In the 1970s, Hoshino Gakki and Kanda Shokai shared some guitar designs, and so some Ibanez and Greco guitars have the same features. The Greco versions were sold in Japan and the Ibanez versions were sold outside Japan. From 1982, Ibanez guitars have also been sold in Japan as well.[7]

Guitar brands such as Antoria and Mann shared some Ibanez guitar designs. The Antoria guitar brand was managed by JT Coppock Leeds Ltd England. CSL was a brand name managed by Charles Summerfield Ltd England. Maurice Summerfield of the Charles Summerfield Ltd company contributed some design ideas to Hoshino Gakki and also imported Ibanez and CSL guitars into the UK from 1964 to 1987.[4] The Maxxas brand name came about because Hoshino Gakki thought that the guitar did not fit in with the Ibanez model range and was therefore named Maxxas by Rich Lasner from Hoshino USA.[8]

The "lawsuit" guitars[edit]

Mid-1970s "Lawsuit Era" solid body, Set neck, Mann/Ibanez electric guitar

Harry Rosenbloom, founder of the (now-closed) Medley Music of Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, was manufacturing handmade guitars under the name "Elger". By 1965, Rosenbloom had decided to stop manufacturing guitars and chose to become the exclusive North American distributor for Ibanez guitars. In September 1972, Hoshino began a partnership with Elger Guitars to import guitars from Japan. In September 1981, Elger was renamed "Hoshino U.S.A.", retaining the company headquarters in Bensalem, Pennsylvania as a distribution and quality-control center.

On June 28, 1977, in the Philadelphia Federal District Court, a lawsuit was filed by the Norlin Corporation, the parent company of Gibson Guitars, against Elger/Hoshino U.S.A.'s use of the Gibson headstock design and logo. Hoshino settled out of court in early 1978 and the case was officially closed on February 2, 1978.[9][10]

After the lawsuit, Hoshino Gakki abandoned the strategy of copying "classic" electric guitar designs, having already introduced a plethora of original designs. Hoshino was producing their original Artist models from 1974, introducing a set-neck model in 1975. In 1977, they upgraded and extended their Artist range and introduced a number of other top-quality original designs made to match or surpass famous American brands: the Performer and short-lived Concert ranges, which competed with the Les Paul; through-neck Musicians; Studios in fixed- and through-neck construction; the radically shaped Iceman; and the Roadster which morphed into the Roadstar range, precursor to the popular superstrat era in the mid-1980s. The newer Ibanez models began incorporating more modern elements into their design such as radical body shapes, slimmer necks, 2-octave fingerboards, slim pointed headstocks, higher-output electronics, humbucker/single-coil/humbucker (H/S/H) pickup configurations, locking tremolo bridges and different finishes.



Ibanez J. Custom
The J. Custom series are the most exclusive and high-end custom shop guitars Ibanez offers. They are "Envisioned to be the finest Japanese-made guitar in history". Built by some of the most skilled luthiers Ibanez has to offer, they "represent every advance in design and technology Ibanez has developed over the last 20 years". They feature aftermarket pickups (Seymour Duncan Jazz & Custom 5 in the 6 string model and DiMarzio PAF-7 pickups in the 7 string model,) 5 piece maple/wenge necks with Titanium reinforcement rods, ebony fingerboard with a tree of life fret board inlay, and Edge Zero tremolo systems.
Ibanez Prestige
The Prestige guitars are Ibanez's top of the line models that are built in Japan. They feature higher quality materials, high craftsmanship, and higher quality bridges compared to other models.
Ibanez Premium
The Premium guitars are similar to other models but are built in Ibanez's Indonesian premium factory to premium quality standards.
Ibanez Gio
The Ibanez Gio are Ibanez' budget guitars, designed for high playability at low costs. Many high end Ibanez guitars are recreated in the more affordable Gio form, such as the RGA and ART models.
U.S.A. custom
USA custom range. Late 1980s to mid-1990s. Also known as Ibanez LACS (L.A. Custom Shop), services only their endorsed artists today.[11]

Solid body electric guitars[edit]

Ibanez RG
The main characteristics that are common among all Ibanez RG guitars (RG stands for Roadstar Guitar[model 4][verification needed]) are that they feature 24 frets and use thin necks, known as "Wizard", which allows for faster playing.[model 5] The RG features a line up of guitars with both floating tremolo systems and fixed bridge systems.
Ibanez RGA
The Ibanez RGA was introduced at a time when the Ibanez RG series only had tremolo bridges. Since then, the RG series has introduced fixed bridge models, but Ibanez still produces the RGA series with an arched top to differentiate from the RG series. The arched top allows for added comfort while playing the guitar.[model 6]
Ibanez RGD
The Ibanez RGD guitar was developed for heavy metal guitar players.[model 7] The RGD features a 26.5" scale which allows for lower than standard guitar tuning while retaining standard string tension without use of thicker gauge strings. It also features an extra deep scoop cut on the lower horn for easy high fret access. Ibanez currently makes two Ibanez RGD Prestige models.
Ibanez S
Custom modified 2005 S470
The Ibanez S (Saber[model 8][verification needed]) guitar has an extremely thin body made out of mahogany, and is available in 6, 7 and 8-string models. They may come with either 22 or 24 frets, depending on year of manufacture. The standard line currently have Wizard III necks that are slightly wider and thicker than the original Wizard. All S models have bodies that are thicker in the middle where the pickups are, and taper off towards the outer edges. The guitars use ZR (Zero Resistance), Lo-TRS, and variants of the Edge bridge system as well as fixed bridges.[model 8] Ibanez currently makes 8 Prestige S-Series guitars.
Ibanez DN
The Ibanez DN guitar (DN stands for Darkstone[citation needed]) was developed for heavy metal guitar players. The main features of the DN are that it has a set-in neck for speed and playing comfort, medium frets, and coil tapped pickups. This guitar is currently discontinued.
Ibanez X
The Ibanez X guitars are Ibanez guitars that feature unconventional and unique body designs. An example would be the Ibanez Xiphos, which is stylized to look like the letter X.[model 9] For all X guitars currently available and for more information, check the Ibanez Electric Guitar page in 2013. (as of 2013, variations may be: Halberd XH300 and Glaive XG300, Mick Thomson SignatureMTM100, MTM10)[clarification needed]
Ibanez Artist (AR)
The Ibanez Artist guitars were designed for heavy playing such as for heavy metal or traditional rock. The Artist ARZ is a single cutaway, 24 fret, 25" scale guitar that features a wide variety of bridges and pickups depending on the specific models.[model 10] The Artist ART is a single cutaway, 22 fret, 24.75" scale guitar that features a hard tail bridge.[model 11][verification needed] The Ibanez AR is a reissued series originating from the 70s. The AR series features a set-in neck, double cutaway, with 22 frets on a 24.75" scale.[model 12]
Ibanez FR
The Ibanez FR is a simple body type guitar that is designed to be played in many genres.[model 13]
Ibanez Mikro
The Ibanez Mikro series are small form factor[when defined as?] guitars designed for children, beginners, or guitar players looking for a guitar that is easy to transport.[model 14]

Hollow body electric guitars[edit]

Ibanez Artcore series
The first Ibanez Artcore models were released in mid-2002 whose goal was to offer an affordable range of full-hollow and semi-hollow body guitars that appealed to entry level guitarists who were unable or unwilling to pay big money on high-priced guitars.
Ibanez Artcore Custom
Headstock from an ARTCORE series guitar
The Artcore Custom is Ibanez's flagship model for the Artcore series. The bodies of the guitars are made of maple, the neck has a set-in construction type, and features wood control knobs and hand rolled frets.[model 15]
Ibanez AK
The Ibanez AK is a guitar designed for jazz and blues type playing. It features a slim set-in neck with a body designed to easily access the higher frets.[model 16] The AK is easily distinguishable by its sharper lower body horn (Florentine cutaway ?) that other Artcore guitars do not have.[clarification needed]

Production signature guitars[edit]

Discontinued guitars[edit]

Bass guitar models[edit]

SR (Soundgear) Series
Middle-class model range in the new millennium, though it included expensive high-end and top-of-the-line Japanese models in the late 1980s and 1990s. Later top offerings were branded as Signature and SR Prestige models for clearer segmentation, and all non-Prestige model production moved outside Japan. Current models from the SR250 and up feature soapbar-style humbuckers with active EQ.
SR Prestige
High-end versions of the Ibanez Soundgear (SR-5004/5/6 & SR-4004/5/6) Bass Guitars made in Japan using exotic woods and high-quality custom Bartolini pickups & new "PWC-III" Power Curve III 3-band EQ with EQ bypass switch to bypass the electronics and take the bass signal directly from the pickups to the output jack. All Japanese-built current production models are in the Prestige series.
SR Premium
Nordstrand pickups. Indonesian-built.
  • ARTCORE Series- Archtop Basses
    • ARTIST (Model 2626B - Carved-top solid-body set-neck bass, twin humbuckers, made late Seventies.)
    • AFB200 – Hollow-body bass guitar
    • AGB200 – Semihollow-body bass guitar
  • ATK Series
    • ATK 300 4 string model
    • ATK 305 5 string model
    • ATK 1200, the Prestige version of the standard ATK, has extra neck pickup
    • ATK 800E, to be released in 2012, a Premium version of the standard ATK. Has extra neck pickup
    • ATK 805E, to be released in 2012, a Premium version of the standard ATK. Has extra neck pickup, 5-string model
  • Blazer
  • BTB (Boutique Bass) Series
    • BTB 400QM (discontinued)
    • BTB 406QM (Special Edition 6 String Model)
    • BTB Prestige – High-end range which are made in Japan.
  • Ergodyne Series - Bodies made from Luthite polymer.
    • EDA Series
    • EDB Series
    • EDC Series
  • EWB Series
  • GARTB 20
  • GATK 20 – More affordable version of the ATK.
  • GAXB Series (discontinued)
  • GSR Series- A lower-cost version of the Soundgear Series
    • GSR 100 – The original GSR bass guitar (Discontinued)
    • GSR 100 EX
    • GSR 105 EX
    • GSR 180
    • GSRM 20
    • GSR 250 M
    • GSR 200
    • GSR 200 FM – The GSR but with different color designs such as sunburst.
    • GSR 205 – Nominated for Ibanez's "Best of Model" award
    • GSR 205 FM
  • ICB (Iceman) Series
  • JTK (Jet King) Series
  • JUMPSTART Series- Similar to the GSR Series, named for the Jumpstart Pack which comes with amp and other accessories.
  • Musician Series
  • ROADGEAR Series
  • SRX (Soundgear) Series
  • EX series
  • Roadstar Series
  • S series
  • STUDIO series - Late Seventies bolt-on neck alternative to the Musician series. Included an 8-string bass.
  • TR Series

Signature basses[edit]

A custom 5-string Soundgear design w/ "K5" Inlay centered on 12th fret. It was based around a late-1990s then-top-of-the-line Soundgear SR885 owned by the artist, retaining the shape and electronics, but with different colour options and a change of woods to suit his preferences. Early models were Japanese-built, but production later moved to other Asian countries, around the same time Japanese models were rebranded with the Prestige moniker and positioned as the absolute top of the line.

Acoustic guitar models[edit]

  • AE Series
  • AEL Series
  • AES Series
  • DT Series
  • EP9 Series
  • EW Series
  • GA Series
  • JAMPACK Series
  • MANDOLIN Series
  • MANN Series (Canadian distribution only)
  • MASA Series
  • PF Series
  • PC series
  • TALMAN Series
  • V Series
  • Concord
  • SAGE Series
  • A300AVV acoustic/electric single cutaway (Ambiance series)


Guitar amplifiers[edit]

  • Iron Label
  • IBZ
  • TBX Tone Blaster Series

Bass amplifiers[edit]

  • Promethean
  • IBZ
  • Sound Wave

Acoustic amplifiers[edit]

Effect pedals[edit]

Ibanez DE7 Delay/Echo Pedal

In the 1970s, the Nisshin Onpa company who owned the Maxon brand name, developed and began selling a series of effect pedals in Japan. Hoshino Gakki licensed these for sale using the name Ibanez outside Japan. These two companies eventually began doing less and less business together until Nisshin Onpa ceased manufacturing the TS-9 reissue for Hoshino Gakki in 2002.

*ToneLok Series
    • AP7 Analog Phaser
    • AW7 Autowah
    • CF7 Stereo Chorus/Flanger
    • DE7 Stereo Delay/Echo
    • DS7 Distortion
    • FZ7 Fuzz
    • LF7 Lo-Fi
    • PD7 Phat Hed Bass Overdrive
    • SB7 Synthesizer Bass
    • SH7 Seventh Heaven
    • SM7 Smashbox
    • TC7 Tri Mode Chorus
    • TS7 Tube Screamer
    • WD7 Weeping Demon
    • WD7JR Weeping Demon Junior
  • 9 series
    • AD9 Analog Delay
    • AF9 Auto Filter
    • BB9 Bottom Booster
    • BC9 Bi-Mode Chorus
    • CP9 Compressor/Limiter
    • CS9 Stereo Chorus
    • FL9 Flanger
    • GE9 Graphic EQ
    • JD9 Jet Driver
    • OD9 Overdrive
    • PQ9 Parametric EQ
    • PT9 Phaser
    • SD9 Sonic Distortion
    • SM9 Super Metal
    • ST9 Super Tube Screamer
    • TS9 Tube Screamer
    • TS9B Bass Tube Screamer
    • TS9DX Turbo Tube Screamer
    • TS930TH 30th Anniversary Tube Screamer
  • Wah Pedals

Ibanez endorsers: past and present[edit]

Main article: List of Ibanez players

Serial numbers[edit]

Serial numbers

Ibanez Serial Numbers (non Acoustic)

Japanese Ibanez Serial Numbers

1997 and after (CE logo designation)

  • F = FujiGen
  • YYXXXXX format
  • YY = year (98=1998)
  • XXXXX = production number


  • F = FujiGen
  • H = Terada
  • I = Ida Gakki (Iida)
  • YXXXXX format
  • Y = year (2=1992)
  • XXXXX = production number


  • MYYXXXX format
  • M = Month (A = January to L = December)
  • YY = year (82=1982)
  • XXXX = production number

Most Ibanez models with this serial number format were made by FujiGen Gakki. Exceptions are the Ibanez Blazer models which were made by Dyna Gakki and the Axstar by Ibanez models AX40, AX45, AX48, AXB50, AXB60, AXB65, AX70, AX75 which were made by Chushin Gakki. The Ibanez Axstar AXB1000 model was made by FujiGen Gakki.[4]

Korean Ibanez Serial Numbers

C = Cor-Tek (Cort), S = Samick(1990–1995), S/SQ = Saehan(Sunghan), P = Peerless (Iida), Y = Yoojin, A = Sae-In.

  • YYMMXXXX format
  • YY = year (03=2003)
  • MM = month (01=January...12=December)
  • XXXX = production number

E = Sung-Eum

  • YMMXXXX format
  • Y = year (9=1999)
  • MM = month (01=January...12=December)
  • XXXX = production number

W = World

  • MYXXXX format
  • M=month (1=January...9=September, X=October...Z=December)
  • Y=year (3=2003)
  • XXXX = production number

Indonesian Ibanez Serial Numbers

I = Cor-Tek (Cort) Indonesia, K = KWO

  • YYMMXXXXX format
  • YY = year (03=2003)
  • MM = month (01=January...12=December)
  • XXXXX = production number

Chinese Ibanez Serial Numbers

Z = Yeou Chern, J=Sejung

  • YYMMXXXXX format
  • YY = year (03=2003)
  • MM = month (01=January...12=December)
  • XXXXX = production number

Odd Ibanez Serial Numbers

  • 2940000 Acoustic
  • 2 = Cor-Tek (Cort) Taejan
  • YYXXXX format
  • YY = year (94=1994)
  • XXXX = production number
  • Ibanez Ghostrider model numbers GR=Cor-Tek (Cort), MGR=Samick

Older Acoustic

  • YYMM (Kato)
  • YY = year (82=1982)
  • MM = month (01=January...12=December)

Silver Cadet model

Pickup Serial Numbers


  1. ^Star Musical Merchandise Catalog No.591, Nagoya, Japan: Hoshino Gakki Ten, Inc., 1950s, archived from the original on 2011-08-20, retrieved 2015-05-17.
    Note: the wide variety of musical instruments in this catalog reflect their full-time export business during that era. The arched-top guitars and violin-family instruments suggest the involvement of Suzuki Violin in Nagoya and its brother factory, Kiso Suzuki Violin in Kiso. Their third brother in Matsumoto, Shin'ichi Suzuki was a founder of the Suzuki method, and their cultural activities influenced the establishment of FujiGen in Matsumoto, according to a co-founder of FujiGen, Yuichiro YokouchiArchived 2013-01-16 at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^1960 Star Catalog, p. 4, archived from the original on 2011-08-20, retrieved 2015-05-17 (Models: EG 80, EG 80-B, EG 80-H, EG 90)
  3. ^1961 Ibanez Electric Guitars, p. 1, 2, archived from the original on 2011-08-20, retrieved 2015-05-17 (Models: No. 1830 (2pu), No. 1850 (3pu), No. 1860 (2pu with tremolo), No. 1880 (3pu with tremolo), No. 1950 (bass))
  4. ^"Ibanez RG3550MZ". 2013. Archived from the original on 2013-08-01.
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  6. ^"Ibanez RGA8". 2013. Archived from the original on 2013-06-03.
  7. ^"Ibanez RGD2127Z Prestige". 2015. Archived from the original on 2015-04-23. Retrieved 2015-05-16.
  8. ^ ab"Ibanez S Series". Ibanez.co.jp. 2013. Archived from the original on 2013-08-12.
  9. ^"Ibanez Xiphos Series". Ibanez.co.jp. 2015. Archived from the original on 2015-06-10. Retrieved 2015-05-16.
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  12. ^"Ibanez AR720FM". 2015. Archived from the original on 2015-05-23. Retrieved 2015-05-16.
  13. ^"Ibanez FR Series". Ibanez.co.jp. 2015. Archived from the original on 2015-09-09. Retrieved 2015-05-16.
  14. ^"Ibanez miKro GRGM21". Archived from the original on 2015-05-27. Retrieved 2015-05-16.
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  16. ^"Ibanez AK95". Ibanez.com. 2012. Archived from the original on 2012-10-22.

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Ibanez Acoustic Guitars

The two most common types of acoustic guitar are the steel-string guitar and the classical guitar. The classical guitar also known as the Spanish guitar usually uses nylon strings. Steel-string guitars originated in the United States and are also referred to as western guitar and folk guitar. Steel-string guitars sound louder and brighter than classical guitars which have a warmer mellower sound. Steel-string models usually have larger bodies and narrower necks and they often have a pickguard to protect the body against scratches by picks and fingernails. Most acoustic guitars have six strings but there are also 12-string versions. When an acoustic guitar is hooked up to an amplifier it is referred to as acoustic/electric. Some acoustic/electric guitars incorporate a cutaway design which makes it easier for electric guitar players to cross over to acoustic.

There are many different styles of play. Chords are played by strumming all of the strings. Classical guitarists pluck the strings with their fingers and always play sitting down. Slide guitarists slide along the strings with a slide made of metal or glass. Whether you're interested in classical bluegrass flamenco folk or blues the acoustic guitar is something you can enjoy playing alone or in a group.

Andrés Segovia is considered to be the father of the modern classical guitar movement by most modern scholars. Many feel that without his efforts the guitar would never have enjoyed the popularity it has today. Acoustic guitars gained wide popularity during the folk/rock era of the 1950s and 1960s.

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The RG is the most recognizable and distinctive guitar in the Ibanez line. Three decades of metal have forged this high-performance machine, honing it for both speed and strength. Whether you favor a hardtail (fixed) bridge or our industry-leading locking tremolo system, the RG is a precision instrument.

RG j.custom

RG j.custom

Ibanez j.custom guitars are manufactured by an elite group of highly skilled luthiers trained in producing instruments of uncompromised quality. The j.custom designation represents every advance in design and technology Ibanez has developed over the decades: the best woods, neck, fret treatments, in-demand pickup, and top-quality hardware. Each is masterfully crafted to the highest standards to ensure unparalleled sound, maximum playability and exquisite beauty.

RG PrestigePrecision Performance Playability

RG Prestige

There are three principles behind the Ibanez Prestige line: Precision, Performance, and Playability. Prestige combines high-tech manufacturing techniques with old-world Japanese craftsmanship, in order to achieve true innovation in design and construction. The series incorporates ideas and suggestions from musicians from around the world as the cornerstones of the Prestige production process.

RG Genesis Collection

RG Genesis Collection

The Ibanez Genesis Collection reflects the origins of the RG line; utilizing the same design and styling, paired with precise construction and Japanese craftsmanship. This series is a tribute to Ibanez’s past, delivering the same paradigm shifting features and heavy-hitting performance of the original RG.

RG PremiumDesigned to Inspire

RG Premium

"Designed to Inspire", all Ibanez Premium series are manufactured with select tone woods, high-profile electronics, hardware and dedicated skills of craftsmanship and care in details for your musical journey. The richness of sound, stunning appearance and unrivalled playability of the Ibanez Premium series will open the gate of your reservoir of inspiration.

RG Axion Label

The Axion Label series takes the established elements of modern electric guitar design and push them to new, lesser-explored territory. Similar to how the Bass Workshop series delivers the cutting-edge of bass, Axion Label dives into elements like multi-scale design, ultra-modern pickups from Fishman®, Bare Knuckle®, and DiMarzio®, as well as hardware innovations like the Evertune® bridge. These elements are just the tip of the iceberg for this ultra-modern series, and only the beginning of its ultimate potential.

RG IronLabelMetal to the Core

RG IronLabel

With metal and nothing but metal in mind, we modded and tweaked until we got to the heaviest-hitting metal axes we’ve ever built. For ultimate playability, we took our legendary super-thin, ultra-playable Wizard neck, and upped the ante to a Nitro Wizard – just as fast and comfortable but with added road-tested durability. Whether it's a 6, 7, 8 or 9-string, every Iron Label axe is equipped with American-made EMG® or DiMarzio® pickups. Purposefully Spartan, you won't find a feature here that doesn't contribute directly to a bone-rattling and skull-crushing tone.

RG Standard

RG Standard

Ibanez builds guitars for players of all levels—from beginners to the most demanding masters of the instrument. Regardless of price, Ibanez always strives to offer the absolute best sound, style, and playability in its class. The Standard series incorporates all the staples the Ibanez brand is famous for, such as fast necks, floating trems, and high-octane distortion in a package that is available and accessible to most players.

RG Gio

RG Gio

A guitar doesn't have to cost a bundle to sound good. The GIO series was developed for players who want Ibanez quality in a more affordable package. Not only do they look and play better than everything else in their price range, but their rigorous inspection, set-up and warranty is the same as Ibanez's more expensive models.



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