The RX750 is a solid body electric guitar introduced by Ibanez in 1994. It was one of only a handful of models in the entry level RX series to be made in Japan by FujiGen.
The RX750 features a unique body created with mahogany sandwiched between two layers of padauk, which is said to provide a warm tone with a very round, singing upper register. The maple neck with a 22-fret rosewood fretboard with dot position markers is bolted to the body with a traditional metal plate. Components include a synchronized tremolo bridge, Gotoh locking tuners and white Ibanez pickups with a pair of humbuckers flanking a single-coil which are mounted to a white pickguard. The humbuckers can be coil-split for a single-coil like tone. The RX750 is the only model in either the RX series or the somewhat similar RT series with an all-access neck joint rather than a traditional joint with a metal plate.
The finish is referred to as "Paduak/ Mahogany" (PM) in the US and simply "Oil finish" (OL) in Europe, but pictures provided are very similar, indicating it may just be two names for a single finish.
The RX750 was discontinued after just one year.
Specifications for RX750
Model name: RX750
Year(s) produced: 1994
Sold in: Europe / USA
Made in: Japan
Finish(es): Padauk/ mahogany (PM) USA / Oil finish (OL) Europe