FS /FT Ibanez RG1421F SIGNED By Paul Gilbert and Guthrie Govan

Discussion in 'Guitars For Sale / Trade / Wanted' started by will_shred, Sep 14, 2018 at 6:57 PM.

  1. will_shred

    will_shred Wannabe audio engineer

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    Sep 18, 2012
    Rochester NY
    Brief & Accurate Description of gear/guitar: Ibanez RG1421F
    Modifications (if any): Duncan JB/59, switchcraft electronics.
    Accessories (hardshell case etc): OHSC
    Location (City,State or City,Country): Upstate NY
    International OK? : No
    Contact Info (No Phone #s)
    References (eBay or other forum userid): itrader, Reverb.
    Price (include currency and if firm/obo): $800






    The RG1421F features a basswood body with a flamed maple top bolted to a maple and walnut Wizard Prestige neck with a 24-fret rosewood fingerboard with small dot position markers. Components include dual Ibanez humbucking pickups and the Tight-End hard-tail bridge. Unlike most Prestige models which have a barrel jack which is secured internally, the RG1421F has an externally mounted output jack with a square plate.

    The RG1421F was released as a limited edition to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the Prestige line. The RG1420F, which is a similar model with a tremolo bridge, was the other tenth anniversary model. Just 120 examples in each finish were produced."

    This is a rare model to start with, the autographs make it one of a kind. I have played many gigs with this guitar and its taken me many places. But I don't really play metal anymore and I find the thin neck profile to be uncomfortable. This guitar was autographed by Gilbert and Govan when I attended the Great Guitar Escape in 2012. Will entertain trades for American jazzmasters, Les Pauls, Ibanez Artist models, guitars that are geared towards a laid back playing style. It has some chips which I've sealed with clear nail polish. This guitar plays wonderfully and sounds monstrous, but I'm not so much into monstrous sounding guitars anymore :lol:

    Demo here:

    Last edited: Sep 14, 2018 at 7:03 PM

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