Re: Who knows about the RG7321
i own an rg7321. i bought is a beater 7 so i would keep the miles off of my 2 rg7620s. i bought it know that i would swap out the pickups and switch. the stock pickups are not that great, but i had the new 7's that i had pulled from my 7620's and they sound great in that guitar. i have figured that it was because it is a fixed bridge that did it. my 2 7620's have air nortons in the neck. my basswood 7620 has a blaze custom in the bridge and my mahogany one has a tone zone in it. the rg7321 is a great guitar, i paid $300 for mine-new. whereas with the new 7's, doesn't sound as good as the true blue dimarzios, holds it's own magnificently. now on to playability: it has a wizard 2 7 neck. slightly thicker than a wizard 7. very noticeable when a/b'ing, but hardly discernable when coming in cold. the beauty of the rg7321 is the neck. 5 piece reinforced neck with binding. feels incredibly stable and with the oiled finish is very sexy. great guitar, for the money. alot of people would say, find a used ibanez 7, but those are getting more and more rare while escalating in price. i know, i have 2 that i bought right before the "new boom". finding a used rg7620 for less than $500 is becoming seemingless impossible. where i spent $350 for one and $400 for the other. knowing that you can get a new ibanez rg 7 for around $300-400 is a great feeling.