Hi,I have an Ibanez RGR321ex looking for a new home. It forms part of Ibanez's RG series with the second "R"referring to the reversed head-stock. Its a fixed bridge model , which stays in tune better than the tremolo system, and fairly rare in the RG series. It was made in Indonesia and a quality Ibanez guitar. The guitar has been well looked after and is in excellent condition and finished in an awesome gloss black!The guitar is suited to the heavier rock / metal side, but still has amazing…

Hi,I have an Ibanez RGR321ex looking for a new home. It forms part of Ibanez's RG series with the second "R"referring to the reversed head-stock. Its a fixed bridge model , which stays in tune better than the tremolo system, and fairly rare in the RG series. It was made in Indonesia and a quality Ibanez guitar. The guitar has been well looked after and is in excellent condition and finished in an awesome gloss black!The guitar is suited to the heavier rock / metal side, but still has amazing…

Product Code: B004RGR4DO Rating: 4.5/5 stars List Price: $ 489.99 Discount: Save $ 230 S

Product Code: B004RGR4DO Rating: 4.5/5 stars List Price: $ 489.99 Discount: Save $ 230 S

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