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Over the last few weeks we've been putting the finishing touches on the 2022 mid-year models. While there's no doubt a few additional spot models will probably appear between now and the end of the year, we can be confident that the vast bulk of the 2022 models have now been captured.
For full details, see the 2022 portal.
\m/ DeeJayKTalk! 02:50, 17 June 2022 (UTC)
This morning I completed the task of updating the wiki for the 2021 models. This includes every stringed instrument sold by Ibanez: solid body electric guitars and basses, semi-hollow and hollow body electric guitars and basses, acoustic guitars and bass guitars, classical guitars, piccolo guitars, ukuleles, mandolins and banjos.
The 2021 lineup as of this moment consists of 539 models. Of these 70 are new for 2021 and 137 others have some changes from the previous year. 151 models were not carried over from 2020.
Check out the entire lineup in the 2021 Portal.
This afternoon I completed the initial sweep of 2020 models from existing catalogs and the Ibanez website. This effort includes all Ibanez instruments including solid body and hollow body guitars and basses, acoustic and acoustic/ electric guitars and basses, piccolo guitars, ukuleles, mandolins and banjos. As of now we have a total of 546 2020 instruments documented.
Next steps will include double-checking the website as well as scouring retailer sites to make sure we capture all the spot models. I'll also do a check against the 2019 models to ensure nothing inadvertently got dropped.
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Over the past weekend I finished updating the wiki with the initial models for the 2019 product year. So far we have documented 222 models for 2019 from the Ibanez website and the German catalog which has been released. This includes 48 new models and an additional 95 with changes.
I would expect that we'll see a couple more new things from the NAMM show which opens on January 24. As always, we'll update the wiki as soon as possible when anything new is announced.
I've just finished updating the wiki with the initial models for the new product year. So far we have documented 201 models for 2018 from the Ibanez website and the European catalog which has been released.
I would expect that we'll see a couple more new things from the NAMM show which opens this Thursday. We'll update the wiki as soon as possible when anything new is announced.
\m/ DeeJayKTalk! 22:46, January 20, 2018 (UTC)
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- Official Ibanez site
- Ibanez Collectors World (ICW)
- ICW forum
- JEM site
- Ibanez Vintage Guitars
- Ibanez Rules!!
- r/Ibanez (subreddit)
- Ibanez Rules!!
- Ibanez87 (Migi)
- Mr. Ibanez' vintage guitars
- The Destroyer Guy
- Kosaku's World (Ibanez collection)
- Our ARs (Artist registry)
- Steve Vai (official site)
- Joe Satriani Universe
- Paul Gilbert (official site)
Archived and/or defunct sites:
- The Ibanez forum (official)
- Ibanez Vintage (Jim Donahue's site)
- The Ibanez Register
- Ibanez Talk (forum)
- Vintage Iceman site
- J.Custom Fan
- Ibanez Artfield (blog)
- JPM Register
- PGM Site
- JS Site
- Ibanez AM (semi-hollow guitars)
- Kessier's list of J Customs
- Ibanez Gitarz
- Blue Horizon Ibanez
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