So reading through the wiki on identifying Ibanez, I’m not sure whether my a-e bass is even listed or the info given is juuust a bit off. The closet I could find on here is that the only E series made by Ibanez are from Korea; more specifically, the Sung-Eum Co. But my bass has 8 numbers that follow the letter, and judging from the first 4 (‘0104’), it would also make sense that it was made in April of 2004. Just pointing out that I found no other information on the webs that exactly matched my bass’ serial number. But the main reason I’m on here was to see if anyone knows where I can find a manual for the AEB30? I’m actually looking for a new saddle for it. Thanks much.
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I bought an Ibanez JEM77V-BK second hand on a Ibanez forum in 2014 which I think is jemsite.com.
I absolute love it, according to an Ibanez guy I met in 2015, it's one of their finest built, even for a JEM77. So I'm keeping it close to my heart. Yet, it's only after acquiring a PRS recently, that I realised one more time how genuinely wonderful this guitar is in every sense of the way (except that I hate floyd systems but eh). And now I want to know where it comes from, where and when my baby was born
I checked on your site guys, and it gave me some data:
Made in '07 July, Japan, hence first year of production.
Nonetheless, the original tag which was sent with the guitar by the previous owner (with the bar codes and all), reads "00-01" in bold letters at the back, ad repeated in the full serial number on the same tag. But it doesn't show in the serial number printed behind the headstock.
Tag says serial number is: 0001F0725282
Guitar headstock says serial number is: F0725282
What does that mean, the 00-01? Any idea?
Thank you in advance!
Being left handed and trying to get the Guitar you want is a nightmare! Any other lefties have this problem. Where do you look for that special Guitar that is everywhere in a right hand, but can't get hold of in a left hand... Probably due to other Lefties holding onto their Guitars when they finally find what they want. I'm looking for an Ibanez S (Saber) series. Looked the World over = NOTHING!
Anyone know where I might get one?
is this gio real and what model is it
Does somebody knows this Guitar??
It 1974 Andalusia Model, maybe it is a Pro ( Model 389 is a Pro model)
What could it be worth??
Can buy one really cheap..
Hey there guys,
So maybe around a year and a half ago I purchased a SRG RG6PCMLTD Di Marzio limited edition for around £800 pounds, and now I'm looking to sell it and for the life of me I cannot find another one for sale anywhere, it seems extremely rare to come by and i think since then the value has risen. It is still in near mint condition. Can someone help me with valuing this guitar? Many thanks
I have a black Ibanez, RG Series 470 C6120473. How much is it worth. It's been lightly used.
Hey I’m wondering if anyone can help me identify this guitar model. I think it’s from around 2008. I have managed to find a baritone version of it called a MMM-1 but can’t find this exact model. I bought it new and am looking now to sell it. Any help with an I.D would be greatly appreciated. Andrew
I've recently bought at AG75G-SCE after really having a hard time figuring out what type of 'jazz style' guitar to buy. I'm generally happy with it, but want to make a couple of changes. For some reason a 'bluesy' tone just does not seem to be there. I also have an epiphone semihollow which oddly enough sounds more to my taste right now.
Could you recommend if its worthwhile changing the pickups on this? and if yes, what should I be going for? I've heard seymour duncan and Gibson 57's could be good.
Secondly, the guitar is lovely to hold but there's a part of me that's kind of bugged by some very plasticy elements of it that look good from afar but not that great up close. I'd like to upgrade the tuning pegs and perhaps replace the volume knobs as well.
Also the guitar will be needing a string change in a month or so. What are the 10-52s that you guys recommend for this?
My tremolo has always been set up about 1/16” off the body in a floating position. I don’t use the tremolo very much and am considering lowering it to the fixed position against the body where I can still push down but not pull up. My intent is to make it easier to drop tune without affecting all string tuning. My only concern is how effective this would be since the bridge would be on the wood surface, not solid metal. I’m also a little worried about damaging the wood. Does anyone have this set up? Would appreciate your thoughts.
At the risk of being a noob. Can someone fill me in as to why the machine heads are installed skewed?
I have an Ibanez Roadstar Series manufactued in Jan of 1987 at the FujiGen factory. However I cannot find this particular guitar in the catalog!
It has a Floyd Rose setup, 3 toggle switches and 2 knobs (one toggle is missing) and I need to get it ID'd to do some restoration work on it. Can anyone tell me what model this is, exactly?
I have these 2 Ibanez guitars I bought years ago.
I can't remember when I bought them or even what models they are. I haven't played guitar for about 3 or 4 years and just picked it up again.
Can any of you guys identify the model and age of these guitars?
Hi I'm from portugal. What is the best model, that allow low action, specialy to play metal that cost between 500-600 $€? thank you beste regards
Is it possible to remove the 5 way switch cover on a Ibanez S Prestige. I've removed the screws, however it appears that it is glued. Expensive Guitar made look really cheap... come on Ibanez you can do better than this!
Hi. what is this Ibanez? Model, year? I think it's ibanez dt 350 usa LACS. It has a switch in place of the cable jack. Cable jack on a side. It was in a Norton case. I can send any photos
A few years ago I bought a used Ibanez RGR321EX (Serial Number I090144316) and I found that the truss rod would not turn, eventually I removed the fret board and removed the truss rod, I found that the truss rod did not turn as it was welded at the hex nut part. I replaced the truss rod and glued the fret board back on.
Is this normal that these guitars had these welded truss rods or could this have been a fake guitar? The pickups and hardware all seems authentic Ibanez.