With its simple, refined body shape, the Ibanez FR320 Electric Guitar is a chameleon when it comes to musical genres. The single-cutaway body is made of mahogany and features a lightning-fast Wizard III neck with a rosewood fingerboard and 24 jumbo frets. Ibanez CCR double-coil pickups bring more punch to the midrange tones and are wired to a 5-way switch for a variety of coil combinations. The Tight-End bridge provides maximum sustain and playing comfort.
The Tight-End bridge is perfectly designed to anchor with rigidness and accuracy. Saddles are firmly locked onto the base plate for maximum string vibration, and remain perfectly linear during intonation adjustment for the most accurate set-up. The saddle height can be adjusted individually by one screw. Also, the top side of the bridge is smooth finished. So if you play hard, the Tight-End bridge will absorb your hand’s punishment without dishing out any of its own.
The FR420 is an FR Series solid body electric guitar model introduced by Ibanez in 2013. It was produced in Indonesia.
The FR420 features an ash body bolted a maple Wizard III neck with a 24-fret rosewood fingerboard with pearl dot position markers. Components include a Tight End fixed bridge, a new version of the Ibanez Calm Crusher humbuckingpickups and a tortoise shell pickguard.
The FR320 is similar except it has a mahogany body.
The FR420 was discontinued after 2014.