Ibanez RGD7UCSISH

Invisible Shadow Prestige Uppercut Seven String Electric Guitar

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  • Wizard-7 neck
  • Scoop cut
  • Ebony fretboard
  • Stainless steel frets
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The Ibanez RGD7UCSISH is the ultimate metal machine. The demands of down-tuning require a specifically designed responsiveness not found in "normal" guitars. To optimize for the rich, desirable thickness of tone that down-tuning produces, we extended the neck by one inch to a 26.5" scale. Longer-than standard yet not overly long. The neck is still considered a "fast" neck for speed soloing. Extra-deep cutaways grant comfortable access to the necks highest notes.

Ibanez RGD7UCSISH Features:

  • Wizard-7 neck
  • Scoop cut
  • Ebony fretboard
  • Stainless steel frets
  • Bare knuckle aftermath pickups
  • Tight-end R bridge

Ibanez RGD7UCSISH Specifications:

  • Neck Type: Wizard-7 5pc Maple/Wenge neck with KTS™TITANIUM rods
  • Body: Basswood body
  • Fretboard: Bound Ebony fretboard
  • Fret: Jumbo Stainless Steel frets with Prestige fretedge treatment
  • Bridge: Tight-End R-7 bridge
  • Neck Pickup: Bare Knuckle Aftermath 7 (H) neck pickup(Passive/Alnico)
  • Bridge Pickup: Bare Knuckle Aftermath 7 (H) bridge pickup (Passive/Ceramic)
  • Factory Tuning: 1D, 2A, 3F, 4C, 5G, 6D, 7A
  • String Gauge: .010/.013/.017/.026/.036/.046/.059
  • Hardware Color: Cosmo black
  • Neck Dimensions:
    • Scale: 26.5" (673mm)
    • a: Width: 48mm at NUT
    • b: Width: 68mm at 24F
    • c: Thickness: 19mm at 1F
    • d: Thickness: 21mm at 12F
    • Radius: 430mmR

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