It's got the shred essentials: fast neck, stable trem, and hot pups.
The RG350MP is a maple fingerboard version of RG350DXWH that is loaded with legendary RG550 style at an affordable price. Its precision-cut basswood body is light a and very comfortable for extended playing. With a good balance of highs and lows, basswood is right in between alder and mahogany in sound character. The HSH Ibanez Infinity pickup array give heavy rock players hard-edge tone, sustain, and power as well as clean and crunchy tones. The slim 3-piece Wizard III maple neck and fretboard with 24 jumbo frets plays fast and easy. The Edge Zero II bridge with the ZPS3Fe spring system returns you to "zero" — center point — after each use of the tremolo arm that allows radical tremolo effects with flawless tuning accuracy.
Basswood is a comparatively lightweight wood, which makes it very comfortable for extended playing. With a good balance of highs and lows, basswood is right in between alder and mahogany in sound character.
- Basswood body
- 3-piece maple Wizard III neck
- Maple fretboard
- 24 jumbo frets
- Black dot inlays
- INF3 neck humbucker
- INFS3 middle single-coil pickup
- INF4 bridge humbucker
- Master tone and volume
- 5-way pickup switch
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Comments about Ibanez RG350MP Electric Guitar:
I've played many Ibanez guitars, this is my first time owning one. I've always been turned off by thier color selections and the shark tooth inlays. This one is classy! Maple neck on a white body. This thing sings, it's snappy, and it screams. I would switch out the neck humbucker for a DiMarzio Liquifie however. It also doesn't come with a hardcase but that is solved easy enough. It comes with a cheap small patch cable and a very thin 2 page manual. It was packaged well and the guitar looks beautiful. The allen wrenches it came with were cheap and didn't fit properly, if I would've forced them they would have stripped the bolts. Use good quality allen wrenches! The action was nice but the low E buzzed and the intonation is off. Fixing the intonation on the Edge Zero II bridge is a real PITA! They sell a tool to make this easy but alas I do not have it. refer to Ibanezrules.com for some help on this. But once you have the bridge locked in it stays in tune well. The new Wizard III neck is what keeps you playing an Ibanez, it is effortless. It comes with .09 Daddorio strings that I plan on replacing with Ernie Balls, just my preference. I gave it a 9 out of 10, would have given a 10 but the low E string action and intonation, also the cheap allen wrenches kept it from being perfect but at 430.00 this is better than some of Fender and Gibson's high end guitars. Suggested upgrades are: tweed hardshell case, DiMarzio Liquifire neck pickup, True Velvet middle and a Tone Zone in the bridge, Ernie Ball Titanium strings, quality allen wrenches and some fresh Dunlop Tortex 1.00mm picks. You'll be prepared to crush Steve Vai's 10 hour workout! I love this guitar and you will too.