Ibanez RG Prestige

Ibanez RG Prestige

The Ibanez RG Prestige series are the highest quality guitars in the popular RG series next to the J-Custom Series. They were introduced in 1987 and are well known for their characteristic thin necks and hard-edged tone, which is generated by high-output humbuckers. The guitars are made in Japan and according to Ibanez, only the best wood and mechanics are used to make the guitars. There are three different groups: The RG, which is the regular design, the RGA, which has an arched top and a slimmer body, and the RGT which has a neck-thru construction.

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