Made for the Discerning Player
When you combine Ibanez's decades of guitar building expertise with player-centric upgrades and modifications, the result is the Ibanez Prestige RG5320C. Made with a lightweight mahogany body and 5-piece maple/wenge neck, this guitar flaunts a resonant tone that won't weigh you down over long gigs or sessions. It's loaded with a powerful pair of DiMarzio humbucking pickups — an Air Norton at the neck position and a Tone Zone at the bridge — with built-in coil tap capabilities to cover maximum tonal territory. And to make the ultra-thin Super Wizard HP neck even more playable, Ibanez rounded the fret edges with their Prestige fret edge treatment for an amazingly smooth feel. With its incredible playability and powerful tone, it's clear that the Ibanez Prestige RG5320C is made for the discerning player who needs to rock at high speed.
Hot-rodded tone from DiMarzio pickups
The Prestige RG5320C is loaded with a pair of DiMarzio humbucking pickups. Characterized by a massive low end and tight midrange, these passive pickups provide a well-defined growl through a dirty amp. Swap over to your clean channel and these pickups become well behaved and deliver snappy cleans. If you're looking for extra punch and crunch, DiMarzio humbucking pickups are absolutely ideal.
Ultra-playable Super Wizard HP neck
Players who have a need for speed have gravitated to the Wizard neck profile since it was introduced in the ’80s. Throughout its many incarnations, the Wizard neck was built for speed, and speed alone. This Prestige RG5320C is fitted with the Super Wizard HP neck. This 5-piece maple/wenge neck is incredibly thin, putting a scant 19mm of wood in your hand at the 12th fret. Complete with 24 jumbo stainless steel frets and Ibanez's Prestige fret edge treatment, this neck showcases effortless playability and comfort. For high-octane playing, there's simply no comparison to the Super Wizard HP neck.
Palm muting never felt so good with the Lo-Pro Edge tremolo
Whether you palm mute with precision or simply have a wild strumming style, few things are worse than getting hung up on your bridge during a furious performance. Guitar players all agree the Ibanez Lo-Pro Edge bridge gets out of the way of your playing while still serving up maximum expression and tuning stability. You'll barely know it's there, given its streamlined profile and recessed fine tuners. And thanks to the locking studs, you'll enjoy additional tuning stability.