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Ibanez J Custom 2012 RG 7-String Electric Guitar
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Envisioned to be "the finest Japanese-made guitar in history," U.S. guitar connoisseurs waited for over decade to access the ultimate made-in-Japan g...Click To Read More About This Product
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An exquisite guitar with the best of everything.
Envisioned to be "the finest Japanese-made guitar in history," U.S. guitar connoisseurs waited for over decade to access the ultimate made-in-Japan guitar domestically. Built by some of the most masterly luthiers in the far east, the j.custom designation represents every advance in design and technology Ibanez has developed over the last 20 years: the best woods, neck, and fret treatments, perfect pickup combos, and tremolo systems that are the envy of the industry. To maximize playability, the j.custom has recessed control knobs. Gotoh® Free-Lok locking strap pins, a j.custom standard, yield confidence in all performance situations. The JCRG20127 features flamed maple top & alder back body efectively positions the strumming/picking hand optimally for anything from a fast riffing to fat, full power chords. The j.custom Tree of Life inlay is the designer's symbolic testament to the importance of continual growth. Availability is extremely limited.
- 5pc Maple/Wenge
- Wizard 7 j.custom neck
- Center 2pc Mahogany body/Flamed Maple top
- Jumbo frets
- Rosewood fretboard
- j.custom Tree of life inlay
- Edge Zero 7 bridge with Zero Point System 3
- DiMarzio® PAF 7„¢ neck pu
- DiMarzio® PAF 7„¢ bridge pu
- Gotoh® Free-lok locking strap pin
- Includes hardshell case and special certification
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