The RG1200 is a Roadstar II series solid body electric guitar model introduced by Ibanez in 1986. The Roadstar II series would eventually become known as the RG series.
Despite the RG name, the RG1200 has the rounded-edge body style and swoopy, rounded headstock of the older Roadstar II style. It has a tone chamber routed out of the body under the pickguard.
The RG1200 features an ash body with a flame maple top bolted to a maple neck with a 24-fret ebony fingerboard with dot position markers. Components include Ibanez active pickups with a humbucker at the bridge and single-coils in the middle and neck positions and an Edge double locking tremolo bridge. For 1987, the Back Stop tremolo stabilizer was added and the combination of the Edge trem, Back Stop and Top-Lok III nut was marketed as the "Sure Bet Tuning System."
The RG1003 is a similar model with a third single-coil in place of the bridge humbucker and a Powerocker tremolo.
The RG1200 was offered only in Japan and was discontinued after 1987.