The original RGD series was created with players who like lower tunings in mind. The Iron Label, on the other side, was made for all non-compromising metalheads out there. It was easy enough to put 2 and 2 together and create the ultimate metal weapon, the RGDIX series.
RGDIX6MPB is as ferocious as they come, with its lowered tuning (it`s in standard D, instead of E) and almost baritone scale (26-1/2"). But, it is also tremendously beautiful guitar, sporting the gorgous combination of natural wood grain and Surreal Blue Burst (body top, headstock). Key construction features include a layered ash body, poplar burl top, maple/bubinga neck and birdseye maple fingerboard.
Gibraltar Standard II bridge, die-cast tuners, and DiMarzio Fusion Edge humbuckers complete the specs list.
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