The RG350MYE has a bad-to-the-bone look and an easy-to-play feel. Inspired by the RG Custom models of the late ?80s and early '90s, the bright yellow finish is sure to grab attention wherever you play. The Edge III bridge allows you to bend fearlessly and also offers low profile fine tuners. The best thing about the RG350MYE is the affordable price!
Metal will always evolve and mutate into new and virulent forms but one things for sure: real metal guitarists will always reach for the RG Tremolo.
- Double-locking Edge III trem systems offer the original Edge feel with a lower profile for more playing comfort
- 24-fret thin Wizard II necks in bolt-on and thru-neck versions
- New for 2009 the RGT42MD X the first production model RG neck -thru with a maple fretboard
- Inspired by the exotic wood RG Custom models of the late 80s and early 90s the new RG 420 models feature the choice of cinnamon or bubinga tops
|Neck Material:||3pc Maple|
|Neck Type:||Wizard II|
|Inlay:||Black dot inlay|
|Bridge:||Edge III bridge|
The new Edge III is similar in construction and feel to the original Edge locking trem; however it also features lower profile fine-tuners inspired by the Lo-PRO Edge and massive new-design saddles.
The Edge III features two screws in the arm pocket which allow easy adjustment of the arm height and torque.
In the last two decades no other guitar maker besides Ibanez has done so much to advance the art and science of the tremolo. The Edge III represents the next phase in locking tremolos.
|a: Width at Nut||43mm|
|b: Width Last Fret||56mm|
|c: Thickness 1st Fret||19mm|
|d: Thickness 12th Fret||21mm|
|Description:||Brilliant lead pickup. Warm sounding with good harmonics.|
|Description:||Traditional sounding yet high output. Designed to work with humbuckers in the split position.|
|Description:||Provides the dynamic sound for chording and rhythm.|
Ibanez RG350MYE Electric Guitar
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