The AT100CL is a solid body electric guitar model introduced by Ibanez in 2009. It is a signature model of American guitarist Andy Timmons. It is produced in Japan by FujiGen.
The AT100CL is a re-creation of the first signature model Ibanez made for Timmons, the AT100. The AT100 was sold in very limited numbers in 1999, but the AT100CL is a regular production model.
The RG body is used for the AT100CL but in terms of specifications it more closely resembles a Fender Stratocaster than a typical RG; it was originally based off the RT series. It features an alder body bolted to a maple neck with a 22-fret maple fingerboard with black dot position markers. Components include a classic Wilkinson/Gotoh VSVG synchronized tremolo bridge with only 4 of 6 screws installed, DiMarzio pickups with a standard humbucker in the bridge position and two single-coil sized humbuckers in the middle and neck positions, a bone nut and Gotoh height adjustable locking tuning machines.
The AT10P and AT10RP are similar mass-market models which are made in Indonesia.