$1,199.99– Sold Out
This listing is for a used Ibanez RGD71ALPA in charcoal burst black flat finish. The poplar burl top really makes this guitar stand out from other guitars of the same models that we have seen. It has been checked out by our guitar techs and is ready for a new home!
There are some cosmetic blemishes that we would like to point out so that you are aware of them prior to purchasing. To some, it may not matter that much, but to others, it may be a big deal so we try to include as much information as possible.
Additional information about the model of this guitar can be viewed below. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to us. Thank you for your time.
The RGD71ALPA from Ibanez is a 7-string metal machine designed to meet the demands of down-tuning, which requires a specific responsiveness not found in “normal” guitars. To optimize for the rich, desirable thickness of tone that down-tuning produces, the Ibanez RGD71ALPA features an extended neck and a 26.5” scale. Longer-than standard yet not overly long, the neck is still considered a “fast” neck and ideal for speed soloing. Extra-deep cutaways grant easy access to the highest notes while hand-wound Bare Knuckle Aftermath pickups deliver an accelerated bass response for tracking high-speed staccato riffing, with super high-end articulation.
Neck: Nitro Wizard-75pc Panga Panga/Walnut neck
Top/Back/Body: Poplar Burl top Layered Ash & Nyatoh body
Fretboard: Macassar Ebony fretboard with white Step off-set dot inlay
Frets: Jumbo Sub Zero treated frets
# of Frets: 24
Bridge: Mono-rail bridge
String Spacing: 10.8mm
Neck Pickup: Bare Knuckle Aftermath 7 (H) neck pickupPassive/Alnico
Bridge Pickup: Bare Knuckle Aftermath 7 (H) bridge pickupPassive/Ceramic
Factory Tuning: 1D,2A,3F,4C,5G,6D,7A
Designed for both stability and sustain, the innovative Ibanez Mono-Rail bridge minimizes cross-talk between strings
PC Sound is an authorized dealer of Ibanez instruments, so this instrument comes with the original 1 year warranty from Ibanez.
At PC Sound, we check out our instruments and provide a general setup prior to listing them online to ensure the instrument is in the best possible condition. However, sometimes a minor adjustment may be needed once it arrives to you due to changes in temperature, humidity, shipping, or individual preferences. If temperatures are very cold or hot, please allow your instrument to sit in the box or case for at least 24 hours to allow time for it to acclimate. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.