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Ibanez Iceman IC507 7-String Electric Guitar with DiMarzio Pickups
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Designed in consultation with numerous artists, the Ibanez Iceman IC507 7-string Electric Guitar combines an original shape with killer tone and play...Click To Read More About This Product
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Designed in consultation with numerous artists, the Ibanez Iceman IC507 7-string Electric Guitar combines an original shape with killer tone and playability. The all-mahogany body features an ICEMAN set neck for massive sustain and playing comfort with its bound rosewood fingerboard and medium frets. Dual DiMarzio D Activator pickups provide awesome fundamentals and overtones and are wired to a Master Volume, Tone and 3-way switch for rapid tone-shaping. The Gibraltar Standard is a simple fixed bridge that was designed to unify with the guitar's body and provide optimal transfer of each string's vibration while its smooth surface is polished to maximize playing comfort.
Case sold separately.
- ICEMAN-7 set-in neck
- Mahogany body
- Medium frets
- Bound Rosewood fretboard
- Pearl block inlay
- Gibraltar Standard 7 bridge
- DiMarzio D Activator 7 neck pickup
- DiMarzio D Activator 7 bridge pickup
- Master volume, Tone and 5-way switch
- Case sold separately
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- Scale: 641mm/25.24"
- Width at Nut: 48mm
- Width at Last Fret: 65mm
- Thickness at 1st: 20mm
- Thickness at 12th: 22mm
- Radius: 400mmR
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- Good Feel
- Good Pick Up
- Good Tone
- Solid Electronics
- Neck heavy
- Rock Concerts
Comments about Ibanez Iceman IC507 7-String Electric Guitar with DiMarzio Pickups:
Been in the market for an Iceman for the past year or two and was thrilled to see they made a 7 string version. Decent pickups, the fret ends are smooth, and it holds tune nicely. Despite a slightly shorter than normal scale length, it's holding 7 string "A Standard" nicely without the stock strings (also nice, d'addario) going all cooked spaghetti on you. The neck joint is really nice, not bulky and gives decent access to upper frets. It's surprisingly light, though not so much that it feels like a toy. My only complaint is that it's a bit neck heavy. Don't pass it by due to scale like someone else mentioned. It's a darn sleak guitar and sounds good too.