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2000 Ibanez JEM7VWH, White SOLD

Price: CDN $1400
US Price: US $1114.92
*US dollar exchange varies daily
Class: Used
S/N: F0015162, dates to 2000
Ibanez JEM was introduced in 1987 as a result of a collaboration with Steve Vai, and a number of variations have been made in various locations. Steve Vai still uses one as his main stage guitar.

The Ibanez JEM7VWH was introduced in 1993 and has been in production since. It's a 7 series JEM, with the V indicating the vine inlay and the WH the white finish. It features an alder body with the distinctive 'Monkey Grip' cut-out, a maple neck and gold finish hardware. Gotoh tuners and an Ibanez version of the Floyd Rose bridge and locking nut are used. For electronics, there are two Dimarzio evolution humbuckers with a single coil in the middle position, master volume and tone and a pickup selector.

As this guitar was made at the Fuji-Gen plant in Japan in 2000, it has an ebony fingerboard (rosewood was substituted in 2003) and the top four frets have a scalloped effect on the fingerboard. It's in good overall condition, with a few small chips around the edges and very little fret wear. A Fender gig bag is included.

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