Road Core is one of many solid body guitar series in Ibanez catalog. It is also among the smaller and younger ones. Task of this small, but compact series is to offer a viable alternative for all the players who are eying affordable Fender and upscale Squier guitars. Even the design, styling and tone of Road Core series matches the Fender/Squier stable. Road Core RRC365H is one of two novelties introduced into the series lineup at 2014 NAMM show. It comes with a semi-hollow and double-cut body made of mahogany and maple. Maple is on the top, while the mahogany is used for the rest of the body. On the top, there is a classic hardtail bridge with string-through construction and chrome plating. In it`s front, Ibanez installs Core Tone passive pickups. Humbucker is in the bridge, while an elegant single coil in the neck position. Master volume, master tone and a three-way toggle pickup switch complete the electronics section of this outstanding hollow-bodied six-stringer. Maple neck with Road Core contour in the back is topped with a 22-fret rosewood fingerboard.
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