The RG370DX is an RG series solid body electric guitar model introduced by Ibanez in 2003.
The RG370DX features a basswood body, Ibanez pickups, a double locking tremolo and a Wizard II neck with bound rosewood fingerboard and deluxe inlays. In 2005, production moved to Indonesia and several specifications were changed, including the pickups and the bridge.
The RG370DX is available left-handed as the RG370DXL. A similar model with graphic prints was issued as the RG370DXGP1. The RG370DX design is based off of an earlier discontinued Ibanez model from Korea, the EX370. The original EX370 had triangle inlays, a Floyd Rose tremolo, and a similar two humbucker and a single coil pickup layout.
The RG370B is a similar model with dot fretboard inlays. The RG370 is also similar but with dot inlays and chrome hardware. Both were offered only in 2003.
For 2005, a new RG370DX was introduced, with production moving to Indonesia and several changes made including different pickups, bridge and neck.