This 2622 Steve Miller model
has been gigged and has the scars to prove it,but the sound
and playability more than compensate for the scars.
Minimal freeware for a 1978 Japan produced guitar. . The fretboard is Ebony with Pearl/Abalone/Pearl block inlays.
In passive mode the Volume/tone controls don't seem to do much but when you switch in the EQ, the boost knob is unbelievable! The front knob still doesn't seem to do much even in active. I'm not sure if this is by design or not. - everything is original and the EQ works fine! Comes with hardshell case.
Here are the warts:
There are a few nice dings - see pics - and several scratches, mostly on the back. A lot of the gold is worn off and there is some green patina in several places. There is pitting on the bridge .
NOTE GOUGE IN BACKSIDE PHOTO LOWER LEFT.
PRICE $975 plus shipping
from Minnesota zip 56562
Top: 2-Piece Bookmatched, Carved Flame Maple
Body: Solid Mahogany (Double Cutaway)
Neck: 3-Ply Rock Maple (Set)
- Neck: Ibanez Super-80 Humbuckers
- Bridge: Ibanez Super-80 Humbuckers
Bridge: Gibraltar (6-Adjustable Saddles)
Tailpiece: Quick Change (Ibanez Engraved Cloud)
Tri-Sound Mini-Toggles (Humbucking, Single-Coil or Parallel)
Gold-Plated Pickup Covers Engraved with "Flying Fingers" Logo
Ibanez Patented Active-EQ Tone System
3 Center-Notched Knobs Control High, Mid & Bass
Artist Signature Castle Turret-Shaped Headstock
Ibanez Exclusive Velve-Tune Machine Heads
Genuine Solid Ivory Tuning Knobs
"Artist" Engraved 3-Ply Truss Rod Cover
Ibanez Patented Half Bone/Half Brass Nut
3-Piece Pearl Block Inlays with Mexican Abalone Centers
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