Ibanez RG6CSD2



Model: RG6CSD2
Body: Basswood w/ white binding
Color: Candy Apple Flat
Neck Type: J Custom Wizard baritone
Neck: 5-piece maple/ bubinga
Neck Joint: AANJ
Fretboard: Rosewood
Inlay: Special guitar inlay at 12th fret
Frets: Custom Jumbo
Bridge: Lo-Pro Edge Tremolo
Tuners: Gotoh SG-E
Knobs: Silver
Pickups: Bridge pickup: Seymour Duncan JB | Neck pickup: Seymour Duncan ’59
Electronics: Vol/Tone/3-Way
Scale: 27″
Case: Prestige Hard Case


The RG6CSD2 is an RG series solid body electric guitar introduced by Ibanez in 2001. It was made in Japan by FujiGen as part of the high end J Custom line.

The RD6CSD2 is part of a limited series of J Custom models which were designed at Ibanez’s L. A. Custom Shop in California.

The RG6CSD2 is a baritone model with a 27″ scale neck. It features a basswood body with white binding bolted to a maple and bubinga Super Wizard neck with a 24-fret selected rosewood fingerboard with a special guitar design inlay at the 12th fret. Components include a Lo-Pro Edge double locking tremolo bridge, a locking nut, a pair of Seymour Duncan humbucking pickups and Gotoh tuning machines.are baritione model made in Japan by FujiGen as part of the high end J Custom line from 2001.

This guitar came in on trade with EMG’s and a “DIY” approach to everything else. We had the EMG’s replaced with Seymour Duncan’s which were originally spec’ed for this model. We also had the “DIY” trem block removed. There are a few bumps and bruises but the guitar is in great shape for being 21 years old. The guitar plays great and sounds fantastic! Neck is smooth and dent free, the pickup ring screw is broken off on the neck pickup, the pickup ring on the bridge pickup has raised areas but no flaking or missing material. The raised arear on the back of the body are from bolts that were installed previously to mount the EMG’s so we removd those and there is no harm to function or playability. Pics attached for reference. The case has a cracked corner but doesn’t hurt functionality. The previous customer lemon oiled the neck before sending to us and there is still lemon oil inside the case that’s hard to asborb. We have protection under the guitar in the headstock area and where the tips are inside the case to keep the guitar from getting any more oil on it. Mentioning for transparency sake.