The 2375 was Ibanez’ Stratocaster copy model and beneath the 2350 LP copy probably one of the best selling models in the early to mid 70s.
It doesn’t have a serial number so it’s built before mid 75 when Ibanez introduced the rserila system.
The stamp on the back of the pickguard and the pots date this model to 1974.
Later Stratocaster copies made by Ibanez with serials were called Silver Series and Challenger. They’re said to belong to best copies ever made.
I don’t own one yet but I’m on the hunt 😉
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Ibanez Strat Type Tremolo Bridge
Birch Top with Mahagonay Body
3 x Maxxon Singlecoils
1 Volume, 2 Tone, 3 Way PU Switch
12/12/2021 at 02:21
I I have this guitar also. Except mine doesn’t have the depression in the lower right corner of the neck plate. My my question is where can you find any machine heads that will fit for replacement. Thank you
12/12/2021 at 10:20
the depression in the lower right corner is just a mirror reflection from my smart phone. So nothing wrong with yours.
If you don’t care about the parts being original and don’t mind drilling holes (what I definitely wouldn’t suggest), Schaller M6 machine heads should be the right choice.
To avoid this, I disassembled all the machine heads, fixed loose screws etc. and put some grease on the gear wheels.
Now they’re working perfect again.