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Ibanez SIX20 Iron Label Electric Guitar

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Musical Instruments & Accessories
Brand Name:
Ibanez SIX20 Iron Label Electric Guitar
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Ibanez SIX20 Iron Label Electric Guitar

Min.Order Quantity:
One Set
Price:
USD$399
Packaging Details:
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Product Description

  • Mahogany Body/Abalone Bound Bubinga Top
  • 3pc Maple/ Bubinga "Nitro Wizard" neck; Bound Ebony Fretboard; 24 Jumbo Frets
  • DiMarzio Air Norton (H) neck pickup, DiMarzio The Tone Zone (H) bridge pickup
  • Edge Zero II bridge
  • Case Not Included

Product description

The body of the Iron Label SIX20 is crafted with the Mahogany which is finely sculpted to into a light-weight S Series body. The Mahogany body delivers in-depth, warm and well-balanced tones and is topped with Abalone bound figured Bubinga to provide you with an even wider spectrum of tonal possibilities as well as cater to this guitars stunning aesthetics. The natural finish offered on the Iron Label SIX20 allows the wood grain of the Bubinga top to really seep through and stand out in the crowd.The 3 piece Wizard neck of the Iron Label SIX20 is crafted with Maple/Bubinga and houses a bound Ebony fretboard. The legendary super-thin profile of the Wizard neck combined with 24 jumbo frets make the Iron Label SIX20 ideal for high velocity shredding and soloing, and provides you with the ultimate playability, durability and comfort.The Iron Label SIX20 houses dual humbucking, metal approved DiMarzio pickups, with an Air Norton in the neck position and a Tone Zone in the bridge. These 2 sought after DiMarzio pickups come together to provide you with the perfect blend of power and tone while offering deep, warm rich dynamics. Tailor your tone to perfection with the 5-way pickup selector and simplistic single volume and tone knobs.The Iron Label SIX20 boasts all gold hardware to enrich its already exquisite appearance including gold tuning machines, control knobs and bridge. The Edge Zero-II bridge will hold its tuning through even the most aggressive shredding. It's smooth surface is designed to maximize playing comfort. Case not included.Get your Ibanez SIX20 Iron Label Electric Guitar today at the guaranteed lowest price from Sam Ash Direct with our 45-day return and 60-day price protection policy.

 

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