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Ibanez EKM100 Eric Krasno Signature Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar
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The Ibanez EKM100 signature semi-hollow electric guitar gives you the same feel, features, and sound found in jazz/ funk legend Eric Krasno's prized ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The sound of jazz/ funk legend Eric Krasno.
The Ibanez EKM100 signature semi-hollow electric guitar gives you the same feel, features, and sound found in jazz/ funk legend Eric Krasno's prized instrument. Ibanez made a reproduction of Krasno's guitar and applied the exact dimensions to the EKM100. It also features includes DiMarzio PAF 36th Anniversary pickups, Gotoh Magnum Lock locking tuners and D'Addario XL116 strings for a big harmonically rich sound. Hardshell case included.
- A reproduction of Eric Krasno's prized instrument
- DiMarzio PAF 36th Anniversary pickups
- Gotoh Magnum Lock locking tuners and
- D'Addario XL116 strings
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- Beautiful Fretwork
- Ebony Board
- fat neck
- Fun To Play
- Good Feel
- Great Pickups
- A little heavy
Comments about Ibanez EKM100 Eric Krasno Signature Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar:
Great ES 355 style instrument. I've been after an ES 355 for years. Without getting into too much detail, I have not been impressed with the consistency of craftsmanship coming from the manufacturer of the ES 355 in recent years. Stumbled upon the EKM 100 a few months ago, and haven't put it down since. The Tone is huge. Pickups are clean, and fat, with just the right amount of sparklyness. The neck is FAT, FAT, FAT. Very surprizing coming from the manufacturer of the 'Wizard' neck. Very comfortable to play even with my smallish hands. Dare I say, the fatness of the neck does good things for the fatness of the overall tone of the instrument.
The only negatives I have are that it's a bit 'Weighty', and the switch feels really cheap, and noisy. I wish they would offer it in different finishes, as Wine Red is not a favourite of mine.
Very small problem, considering how next to perfect this thing is. I play mostly Jazz, Funk, Soul & R&B. I also 'Job' a fair bit. I'm comfortable taking this as the sole instrument on most gigs. Really versatile instrument with a beautiful voice.
She's a real pleasure to play, and I miss her when we are apart.