I'm new to this board, so please have patience with my questions!
OK, this is the story: I guy wants to sell his almost complete Ibanez RG dirt cheap (I'm from Sweden so it's kind of hard to tell the price in US$ since guitars are a lot cheaper in the USA than in Sweden, so when I say cheap, I mean cheap in Swedish measures :-). He claims that he bought the guitar complete (all parts mounted, like a guitar should be...) but that he decided to strip it and sell the parts. The only thing he managed to sell were the neck screws (which attaches the neck to the body) and he's given my a really good price for all other parts than the neck screws (i.e. the body, neck, bridge/trem, tuning machines, pickups, electronics etc.). Now to my question:
The seller states that this guitar is a RG470 and that it's JAPANESE, not Korean, check out the following link to the pictures of the guitar and parts:
* The body: This could be a RG470 I assume? The pic. is not good enough to show what is says in the neck cavity, but still...
* The neck: Well, the label reads "RG550", right? Hm...would there be any problems mounting a 550 neck on a 470 body? Further, the guy THINKS that it's a Wizard II neck, what do you guys think?
* The trem: The guys THINKS it's a Lo TRS, what do you guys think?
Thanks for a nice Ibanez forum!