Here’s a pretty good example of a1982 MC150pw.  The “pw” is for pearl white, and the color was indeed a rich shade of white!  I owned it for a while then decided to part with it.  The pickups had been unfortunately swapped for some that were much too hot for my taste.  If you can find one, the ultra-comfortable neck and body shape combined with the quality brass-plated hardware make them a great value, as they are often priced lower than the other MC’s.

 

Specifications

Brand:
Ibanez

Instrument type:
Electric Guitar

Series:
Musician

Model:
MC150

Original factory condition:
No

Year of manufacture:
1982

Neck type:
Neck Trough

Neck material:
Unknown

Tuners:
Newer sealed Ibanez tuners

Nut:
Bone

Fretboard:
Rosewood

Number of frets:
24

Bridge type:
Musician, adjustable non-tremelo

Body material/wood:
Unknown

Finish:
Pearl White

Pickups:
2 humbuckers

Knobs:
SureGrip I

Hardware color:
Brass / Gold

Modifications:
Pickups were downgraded to Kent Armstrong "Motherbuckers" (MB-1's?)