The 2375 is an Silver series solid body electric guitar model made by Ibanez
At the end of the '60s, the Hoshino Group in Japan made a momentous decision that in the course of the' 70s had to lead to a legal dispute with the American manufacturers Fender and Gibson. Instead of their own models, they shamelessly copied the coveted role models from the USA and were not at eye level from the start in terms of sound and workmanship. But with the latter, Fender and Gibson were sometimes going in the wrong direction at the time.
They quickly caught up with Ibanez and so, for example, under the name “Silver Series” you can actually find excellent instruments.
This model from 1979 was Built in the Matsumoko Factory in Japan. It has a 3-color sunburst alder body and a maple neck with a maple fingerboard glued on.