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The Ibanez '''S5470''' was introduced along with the [[S5470F|F]], [[S5470BW|BW]] and [[EGEN18|E-Gen]] derivatives in 2008 and is the first 24 fret S model made widely available for the public. Also, it was the return of Japanese made S Prestige guitars as all S Prestige models from 2005 to 2007 were made in Korea.
 
The Ibanez '''S5470''' was introduced along with the [[S5470F|F]], [[S5470BW|BW]] and [[EGEN18|E-Gen]] derivatives in 2008 and is the first 24 fret S model made widely available for the public. Also, it was the return of Japanese made S Prestige guitars as all S Prestige models from 2005 to 2007 were made in Korea.
   
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In 2009 two new finishes were introduced: {{colorname|CLM}} and {{colorname|RDO}}.
   
[[Image:S5470_CLM.jpg|thumb|600px|none|S5470 CLM (2009)]]
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==Images==
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===Introduced in 2009===
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[[Image:S5470_CLM.jpg|thumb|600px|none|S5470 CLM '''(2009)''']]
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[[Image:S5470_RDO.gif|thumb|600px|none|S5470 RDO '''(2009)''']]
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===Introduced in 2008===
 
{|
 
{|
|[[Image:S5470_SOL.gif|thumb|none|S5470 SOL]]||[[Image:S5470_BBK.gif|thumb|none|S5470 BBK]]||[[Image:S5470_TR.gif|thumb|none|S5470 TR]]
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|[[Image:S5470_SOL.gif|thumb|none|S5470 SOL]]||[[Image:S5470_BBK.gif|thumb|none|S5470 BBK]]||
 
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|[[Image:S5470_TKS.gif|thumb|none|S5470 TKS]]
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|[[Image:S5470_TKS.gif|thumb|none|S5470 TKS]]||[[Image:S5470_TR.gif|thumb|none|S5470 TR]]
 
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|}
   
 
==Speclist==
 
==Speclist==
{{speclist|name=S5470 Prestige|year=2008|area=EU/JP/US|colors={{color|BBK}}, {{color|CLM|(2009)}}, {{color|SOL}}, {{color|TKS}}, {{color|TR}}|matbody=Mahogany|matneck=5-Piece Maple/Walnut|matfb=Rosewood|nj=[[AANJ]]|neck=[[Wizard Prestige]]|frets=24 Jumbo|bridge=[[ZR2]] Tremolo with ZPS3|hw=Cosmo Black|pucon=HSH|puneck=HGD1 ([[Hot Grinder 1]])|pumid=ST1 ([[Short Tracer]])|pubridge=HGD2 ([[Hot Grinder 2]])|control=1 Volume, 1 Tone, 5 Way lever|inlay=Pearl Off-set dot S Prestige|pg=-|made=Japan}}
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{{speclist|name=S5470 Prestige|year=2008|area=EU/JP/US|colors={{color|BBK|(2008-2009)}} / {{color|CLM|(2009)}} / {{color|RDO|(2009)}} / {{color|SOL|(2008)}} / {{color|TKS|(2008-2009)}} / {{color|TR|(2008)}}|matbody=Mahogany|matneck=5-Piece Maple/Walnut|matfb=Rosewood|nj=[[AANJ]]|neck=[[Wizard Prestige]]|frets=24 Jumbo|bridge=[[ZR2]] Tremolo with ZPS3|hw=Cosmo Black|pucon=HSH|puneck=HGD1 ([[Hot Grinder 1]])|pumid=ST1 ([[Short Tracer]])|pubridge=HGD2 ([[Hot Grinder 2]])|control=1 Volume, 1 Tone, 5 Way lever|inlay=Pearl Off-set dot S Prestige|pg=-|made=Japan}}
   
 
[[category:Guitar models]]
 
[[category:Guitar models]]

Revision as of 15:52, December 31, 2008

The Ibanez S5470 was introduced along with the F, BW and E-Gen derivatives in 2008 and is the first 24 fret S model made widely available for the public. Also, it was the return of Japanese made S Prestige guitars as all S Prestige models from 2005 to 2007 were made in Korea.

In 2009 two new finishes were introduced: Cosmic Blue Mica and Red Optimus.

Images

Introduced in 2009

S5470 CLM

S5470 CLM (2009)

S5470 RDO

S5470 RDO (2009)

Introduced in 2008

S5470 SOL

S5470 SOL

S5470 BBK

S5470 BBK

S5470 TKS

S5470 TKS

S5470 TR

S5470 TR

Speclist

Specifications for S5470
Model name: S5470 Prestige
Year(s) produced: 2008
Sold in: EU/JP/US
Made in: Japan
Finish(es): BBK (Biker's Black) (2008-2009) / CLM (Cosmic Blue Mica) (2009) / RDO (Red Optimus) (2009) / SOL (Stained Oil) (2008) / TKS (Transparent Black Sunburst) (2008-2009) / TR (Transparent Red) (2008)
Body
Body material:
Mahogany
Neck joint:
AANJ
Bridge:
ZR2 Tremolo with ZPS3
Pickguard:
-
Hardware color:
Cosmo Black
Neck
Neck type:
Wizard Prestige
Neck material:
5-Piece Maple/Walnut
Fingerboard material:
Rosewood
Fingerboard inlays:
Pearl Off-set dot S Prestige
Frets:
24 Jumbo
Electronics
Pickup configuration:
HSH
Bridge pickup:
HGD2 (Hot Grinder 2)
Middle pickup:
ST1 (Short Tracer)
Neck pickup:
HGD1 (Hot Grinder 1)
Controls:
1 Volume, 1 Tone, 5 Way lever
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