They may come with either 22 or 24 frets, depending on year of manufacture.
The standard line currently have Wizard III necks that are slightly wider and thicker than the original Wizard.
Currently, there are nearly 165 models of bass guitar, 130 acoustic guitars, and more than 300 electric guitars.
The Hoshino Gakki company began in 1908 as the musical instrument sales division of the Hoshino Shoten, a bookstore chain.
The newer Ibanez models began incorporating more modern elements into their design such as radical body shapes, slimmer necks, 2-octave fingerboards, slim pointed headstocks, higher-output electronics, humbucker/single-coil/humbucker (H/S/H) pickup configurations, locking tremolo bridges and different finishes. Custom series are the most exclusive and high-end custom shop guitars Ibanez offers.
They are "Envisioned to be the finest Japanese-made guitar in history".
Built by some of the most skilled luthiers Ibanez has to offer, they "represent every advance in design and technology Ibanez has developed over the last 20 years".
They feature aftermarket pickups (Seymour Duncan Jazz & Custom 5 in the 6 string model and Di Marzio PAF-7 pickups in the 7 string model,) 5 piece maple/wenge necks with Titanium reinforcement rods, a rosewood fingerboard with a tree of life fret board inlay, and Edge Zero tremolo systems.
It also features an extra deep scoop cut on the lower horn for easy high fret access.
Ibanez currently makes two Ibanez RGD Prestige models.) guitar has an extremely thin body made out of mahogany, and is available in 6, 7 and 8-string models.