|Ibanez RG321||Ibanez RG370DX||Ibanez 350DX||Ibanez 1570|
|Price Range||£199.00 to £299.00||£269.00 to £329.00||£289.00 to £349.00||£549.00 to £599.00|
|Neck||3 Piece Wizard II||3 Piece Wizard II||3 Piece Wizard II||5pc Wizard Maple/Walnut neck|
|Fret||Jumbo Frets||Jumbo Frets||Jumbo Frets||Jumbo Frets|
|Bridge||Fixed||Edge III||Edge III||Edge Pro|
|Neck PU||INF3 (H) neck pu||INF3 (H) neck pu||INF3 (H) neck pu||V7 (H) neck pu|
|Middle PU||INF4 bridge pu||INFS3 (S) mid pu||INFS3 (S) mid pu||S1 (S) mid pu|
|Bridge PU||INF4 (H) bridge pu||INF4 (H) bridge pu||INF4 (H) bridge pu||V8 (H) bridge pu|
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The Edge Pro bridge that the RG1570 has features a special 'sound metal chip' on every saddle and this helps improve sustain at the intonation point. With the Edge Pro bridge the string holders are actually part of it which stops string holder blocks coming off and getting lost while you change the strings and will stop you from having to cut the ball of your strings.
The design of the Edge III allows it to give more stability and strength which is fantastic under demanding playing conditions.
Certain RG models come with a fixed bridge. The advantage of this is that you can have a tighter string tension for simplicity and more sustain.