RG370DX, GRGA42TQA and GRGA32T
that makes it a little easier.......
GRGA profile (25.5"scale, 43mm nut, 56mm heel, 20.5mm thick at 1st fret and 23mm at the 12th
, 400mm fretboard radius) this thing is a baseball bat with frets....lol. I think it's one piece maple construction with a rosewood board, but I can't confirm that.
Multi piece Mahogany laminate. the last one I looked at was at least three piece..(you could see the joints in the finish)
unknown, but rest assured they are the cheapest Ibanez could find.
STD H1/H2..... I can't find any info on these, but see electronics above for what I'm sure their quality level is....expect to replace them immediately.
Double locking Edge III- the only
redeeming quality of this guitar, and that's not saying much.
GRGA42TQA- Same guitar as the GRGA32T except that the body is basswood, it has a "Photo Quilt" top, and has real EMG passive pickups. this guitar is a nice upgrade from the 32, but still an "entry level" guitar.
Wizard III- 3-piece maple construction with Wiz3 profile (25.5" scale, 43mm nut, 58mm
heel, 19mm at first fret, 21mm at the 12th, 400 mm radius), bound rosewood fretboard with sharkstooth inlays and jumbo frets.This is a much more playable neck than the GRGA above (subjective- but pretty realistic)
Multi piece basswood construction with much better attention to prep for finish (better sealer/primer coats)
all the examples I've seen have had the ym-50 switch and nice pots (I don't know who made them though)
Ibanez INF series.... not a "great" pup by any means, but theyre sufficient for a beginner, otherwise expect to change them out.....They DO sound better than the H-series on the GRGA32....
If you get the orange one you'll get a very nice surprise with the Edge Zero II bridge. It's the same bridge that's on the Premium series RG's. other colors (black and white) will have the Edge III.... see above for that.