The RBM2, also known as the RBM2NT, is an RBM series solid body electric guitar model introduced by Ibanez in 1991. It is a signature model of American guitarist Reb Beach, who is best known for his work in the melodic rock band Winger. The RBM2 was made in Japan by FujiGen.
The RBM body style is the second unique body shape used by Beach after the modified Explorer styled WRB3 model. The body, which was designed by Reb Beach himself, features a deep cutaway at the back of the body all the way to the tremolo. It is also known as Voyager style.
The RBM2 features a mahogany body with an Hawaiian koa top bolted to a Bolivian rosewood neck with a 22-fret Bolivian rosewood fingerboard with ivoroid dot position markers. Components include active EMG pickups with a humbucker at the bridge and single coils in the middle and neck positions, an EMG EQ switch and a double locking tremolo bridge. The RBM2 was introduced with an Edge tremolo; for 1992 the trem was changed to the Lo Pro Edge.
The RBM1 is a similar model with some less expensive features such as a maple neck, rosewood fretboard, Ibanez pickups and no exotic top.
The RBM2 was discontinued after 1993. It was replaced by the somewhat similar RBM400.