Summer NAMM 2007: Ibanez Unleashes The Monsterous RGR320EX

Ibanez Rgr320Ex GreenI don’t know about you, but I’m pretty sure that if the Grinch banged heads the Ibanez RGR320EX would be his weapon of choice.

Playing off the popularity of its truly classic RG series of shredders (heck, these guitars have been around for over 20 years,) Ibanez today announced the release of this dangerously green beasty––the badly named (or should I say numbered,) RGR320EX.

The guitar is decked out in an “Arctic Frost” finish, which according to my sources is created via a special process by which no two guitars come out alike––making each instrument aesthetically unique.

The Ibanez RGR320EX is expected to feature a basswood body, 3-ply maple Wizard neck, rosewood fretboard with “sharktooth” inlays and jumbo frets, fretboard binding, IBZ “Designed by EMG” neck and bridge pickups, and an Edge III bridge.

So far there’s been no word on pricing, though the standard Road Rage Black version runs around $550 at most online guitar retailers.

Stay tuned for more .