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2017 PSM10 BK 2Y 01
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The PSM10 is a Iceman series solid body electric guitar model introduced by Ibanez in 2017. It is a signature model of guitarist Paul Stanley of the American hard rock band KISS. It is produced in China.

The PSM10 is the first short-scale miKro signature model produced for Stanley.

The PSM10 features a poplar body bolted to a 22.2" scale maple neck with a 24-fret fingerboard with white block position markers. Components include dual Ibanez Infinity R humbucking pickups, a fixed bridge and tailpiece and a chrome pickguard.

In mid-2017 a new fretboard material, treated New Zealand pine, replaced rosewood.[1] For 2020 the fretboard was changed to purpleheart and the bridge was changed to the new Gibraltar Performer.

The PGMM31 is a related RG-style miKro signature model for Paul Gilbert, which was introduced concurrently with the PSM10. These are the first signature guitars produced for the miKro line.

Specifications

Specifications for PSM10
Year(s) produced: 2017–2020
Sold in: Worldwide
Made in: China
Finish(es): Black (BK)
Body
Body type:
Solid body
Body material:
Poplar
Neck joint:
AANJ
Bridge:
2017–2019: Full Tune III fixed
2020: Gibraltar Performer fixed (10.5mm string spacing)
Tailpiece:
Full Tune III
Knob style:
Plastic speed (black)
Hardware color:
Chrome
Neck
Neck type:
PS miKro
Neck material:
1-piece maple
Scale length:
564mm/ 22.2"
Fingerboard material:
2017 (early): Rosewood
2017–2019: Treated New Zealand pine
2020: Purpleheart w/ binding
Fingerboard inlays:
White block
Frets:
24 / medium
Nut:
Black plastic (41mm)
Machine heads:
Ibanez die-cast
Electronics/ Strings
Pickup configuration:
HH
Bridge pickup:
Ibanez Infinity R (H)
Neck pickup:
Ibanez Infinity R (H)
Controls:
Master volume / master tone / 3-way toggle
String gauge (factory):
.010/.013/.017/.026/.036/.046

Images

Additional details
HH 3-way toggle
Pickup switching diagram
Controls VT3
Control layout

Sources

  1. PSM10 product page (NZ pine), Ibanez Europe (website), archived from the original November 2017
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