The RG3070 is an RG series solid body electric guitar model introduced by Ibanez in 1996. It is considered the initial model in the high-end Prestige line. It was made in Japan by FujiGen.
The most remarkable feature of the RG3070 is its green fingerboard. This effect is achieved by applying a very thin plastic film over the maple fretboard; the film is held in place by the frets.
The RG3070 has a mahogany body with a flamed maple top bolted to a maple neck with the aforementioned 24-fret fretboard with abalone dot position markers. Components include DiMarzio pickups with two humbuckers flanking a single-coil, a Lo-Pro Edge double locking tremolo bridge and Gotoh tuning machines.
It's believed that as few as 500 RG3070s were produced. It was discontinued after a single year and replaced by the more traditional RG3180.