The Ibanez RG760 is an RG series electric guitar model, introduced in 1988 as part of the Roadstar series. Features include a basswood body, DiMarzio made IBZ/USA pickups, a double locking tremolo and a Wizard neck with bound rosewood fingerboard and sharktooth inlays (also known as Himalaya inlays in Japan).
During its production run, a couple changes were made to the RG760. In 1990, new finishes with color-matched headstocks were introduced, as the relocated volume potentiometer. In 1992 models (the final year of x60 model guitars) got the Lo-Pro Edge tremolo and direct mount pickups.
For the Japanese market, a model with a special paisley graphic finish was made, known as the RG760 BK-P. In catalogs this model is also shown with the somewhat different Cutaway Heel neck joint. A similar finish was available for the RG770.
The RG760 was discontinued after 1992 along with the RG560 which has the same pickup configuration. Very few RG models with an HSS pickup configuration were issued afterwards.