Hello everyone. I am looking for an extended range guitar that I can tune on Drop A#. I cannot invest a lot of money so I was about to buy an Ibanez RGD321 that I found for about 320$ new, but I just came across the new baritone models Ibanez has shown on the 2016 Namm. I need a decent tool since I will be doing semiprofessional work with it so it may be interesting to put more money con the table and go for the new Iron Label RGDIX6MRW. Specs of both: RGD321 (320$): Ibanez RGD321BKF Black Flat | Andertons neck type 3pc Wizard III Maple neck body Basswood body fret Jumbo frets bridge Gibraltar Standard bridge neck pu CAP-VK1 (H) neck pu bridge pu CAP-VK2 (H) bridge pu hardware color Black Neck Dimension Scale 672mm/26.5" a : Width at Nut 43mm b : Width at Last Fret 58mm c: Thickness at 1st 19mm d : Thickness at 12th 21mm Radius 400mmR RGDIX6MRW (870$): Electric Guitar RGD - RGDIX6MRW Iron Label | Ibanez guitars Neck type: Nitro Wizard 3pc Maple/Bubinga neck Body: Rosewood top/Layered Ash body Fretboard: Birdseye Maple fretboard Fret: Jumbo frets Bridge: Gibraltar Standard II bridge Neck pickup: DiMarzio® Fusion Edge (H) neck pickup Bridge pickup: DiMarzio® Fusion Edge (H) bridge pickup Tuners: Gotoh Locking Hardware color: Black Factory tuning: 1D, 2A, 3F, 4C, 5G, 6D Facts: - Certain quality of construction and reliability is important. - None of them are Prestige, although the Iron should be closer. - Both are Indonesia (I have to fully confirm the Iron). - I have read mixed reviews of the Iron Label series and this model is so new that is a blind purchase. - The RGD321 has been discontinued so has a great discount. - If I buy the RGD321 I can also buy a Taurus stomphead which I will need in a near future. - I may buy the cheap one and the expensive later, leaving the former as spare for touring. Hard choice. Thanks.