Sometimes it still happens: You find a vintage guitar in almost pristine condition at a reasonable price – no mods, no damages, everything perfect. This is what happended to me last monday. On sunday evening I saw the guitar in… Continue Reading →
This is my ’79 Artist 2630 semi acoustic model. I wouldn’t call it a copy at all but from the construction & concept it’s close to the Gibson ES-335. Although it is a semi acoustic it gives you a wide… Continue Reading →
The 2681 NT shown here, belongs to the 1994 Custom Legends series which Ibanez released to create handmade and top quality reissues of the legendary models from the 70s and 80s. Besides the MC300, the AR300 and the MC924 bass… Continue Reading →
The Ibanez AR5000 was built from 1980 to 82, mainly for presentation purposes at shows like the NAMM or the Frankfurt Music Fair. It is said that there were 56 pieces built then. In 1994 Ibanez started to release reissues… Continue Reading →
The MC500 DS was the top model of the Musician series which was introduced by Ibanez in 1978 as the third main product line beneath the Artist and the Professional series. It has a Strat-shaped body and obviously was inspired… Continue Reading →
This is the guitar many people were dreaming of back in ’83. And me too. But as a poor student the Ibanez AR300 – not to speak of the AR500 – was way beyond my financial horizon*. There is hardly… Continue Reading →
I bought this guitar in June 2017 from a guy in Northern Germany. It came with several modifications like two added mini switches which had no function. Also the pickups were changed to two NoName high output humbuckers. To make… Continue Reading →
This is an Ibanez 2675, one of the most sought-after Vintage Ibanezzes. This one is rather special and one of the latest ones built, because she already has the BLOCK logo on the headstock and the pick guard. I… Continue Reading →
This 2640 has a K79 serial, so made in November 1979. Most catalogs show it as model 2640. But the German catalog from June 1980 presents this guitar (still with Super 80s) as AR-1200AV It can be seen in the… Continue Reading →
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