Ibanez RG270

Electric 6-String Guitar

Made by Ibanez

Description 24 jumbo frets, Floyd Rose tremolo, 2 humbuckers, 1 single-coil
Posted By Steve Carrell (12)
Directory Equipment: Guitars
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Overall Rating: 4.0 (of 5)
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Member Reviews


On 3/8/2004, Todd Edwards (7) posted:
Overall Rating:
Ibanez is the most versital guitar out ther with the 5 way switch and wizzard neck its awsome
Model Year: 2000
Price: $299.00 (new)
Where Obtained: american music supply
Features:
I love ibanez but i want to customize mine instead of paying 1000 dollars for one thats already sold that way
Playability:
Its alrighgt i would rather have the 570 i love the wizzard 2 neck its the s---
Sound Quality:
Digitech metal master and zoom pso4
Durability:
It holds up decent pretty much you get what you pay for
On 2/16/2004, Brandon Carver (56) posted:
Overall Rating:
The RG is good guitar for all around players, even though this guitar is not operational we have another one in the rotation that plays extremely well, if you like the style and good sounding guitar go with an RG or whatever.
Price: $20.00
Where Obtained: My Guitar Player
Features:
Well it was a good guitar untill we took it apart, its not entirely playable right now, but it will be soon, its getting a complete makeover. Right now its solid black maple neck and fret board. Locking Tuners. I removed the floyd rose tremolo since it was somewhat damaged, We took the v2 bottom pickup out and placed it in another guitar and Im planning to buy the Dimarzio Super Distortion pickup for the replacement. The money pit for this guitar is going to be the next floyd rose I get, I thought about making a fixed bridge for it, but thats still a toss up.
Playability:
Cant play it right now!
Sound Quality:
No pick ups!
Durability:
It survived my torture!
On 7/5/2003, Micha Czaplak (14) posted:
Overall Rating:
I've played this guitar (it was my friends guitar) and... I was disappointed. Well I could play on it but... It is feeling strange and the sound is like guitar from the lower shelf. I really don't like it. But this is only my opinion - maybe yours is another...
Model Year: 2003
Where Obtained: ?
Playability:
It is strange to play. I'm not fan of that sort of guitar. Thats not my type.
Sound Quality:
Ehemm... I was really disappointed with sound. With Boss MZ it sounds ehem... good, but clean... it doesn't sounds OK.
On 2/23/2001, David Roach (193) posted:
Overall Rating:
Overall this is a nice guitar for the advanced beginer to intermediate player. Nice playability, Nice sound you can't go wrong for a practice guitar or backup.
Model Year: 2000
Price: $325.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Guitar Trader
Features:
Wizard neck with 24 Jumbo frets. Soloist body. H/S/H passive pickups. Floyd rose "liscensed" Locking tremelo.
Playability:
The playability on this guitar is nice. I like thin wide next so this guitar is excelent for my playing style. The neck is built for speed(My fingers don't quite match it). Getting to the 24th fret is no problem with the soloist style body.
Sound Quality:
Average. Will give you a shred sound or a blues sound. Nothing to write home to the parents about.
Durability:
Now this is the section that I will complain a little. The top stud that the tremelo sits on came loose and tilted forward. I was not happy. The guitar is less than a year old. No problem though. Little five minute epoxy and a little work presto good as new.
On 1/13/2001, Seth Brasile (11) posted:
Overall Rating:
I like it alot, so does everybody else that plays it.
Price: $270.00
Where Obtained: guitar center
Features:
The design is really cool and it has really nice pickups, the Floyd Rose is nice. The neck is just the right size too.
Playability:
It looks brand new though it's used, not a scratch on it, i like the way it plays better than any i've ever played. I havent played many though
Sound Quality:
Well it's got a 5 position switch so it's got 5 sounds. One is very warm and full. Then you've got kind of a twangy one, and a bluesy one that's warmer and a bluesy one that's more dark and metallic.
Durability:
Well, the strings go a little low quite often, but that could be due to them stretching.