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|This item: Ibanez Iron Label Iceman 7-string – Black Flat $ 1,299 .99 + FREE Shipping|
|Body Shape||Iron Label Iceman|
|Body Finish||Satin Polyurethane|
Who designed the Gibson Firebird?
The president of Gibson, Ted McCarty, hired car designer Ray Dietrich to design a guitar that would have popular appeal. Under Dietrich, the Firebird took on the lines of mid-50s car tailfins. Dietrich took the Explorer design and rounded the edges.
Does okoume sound like mahogany?
This wood is softer, and leans toward the warmer side of the classic mahogany tone. Because it is softer, okoume often is used as a laminate, giving it additional rigidity. All of these woods are great tonewoods that speak with that unmistakable mahogany accent, and have that gorgeous warm mahogany look.
Is okoume sustainable?
Many of these woods—including Big Leaf Mahogany, Spanish Cedar, Caribbean Pine, Ipe, Rosewood, Teak, Ramin, Merbau, African Mahogany, and Okoume—are difficult to manage sustainably as they typically grow in low densities in natural forests and regenerate poorly after logging.
What is an Ibanez Iceman?
The Iceman is an Ibanez guitar produced by Hoshino Gakki. Hoshino Gakki exported copies of American electric and acoustic guitars in the 1970s, and by the mid 1970s the Ibanez guitars had reached a level of quality comparable to American guitars.
What pickups were used for the Ibanez Iceman guitar?
Super 80, Triple Coil and V2 pickups were used for the Ibanez Iceman, depending on the model number. Greco Dry and DiMarzio Super II pickups were used for the Greco Mirage.
What is the difference between the Ibanez Iceman and Greco Mirage?
The Ibanez model was named the Iceman and the Greco model was named the Mirage and they are basically the same except for the pickup types that were used. Super 80, Triple Coil and V2 pickups were used for the Ibanez Iceman, depending on the model number.
Why buy an artcore Ibanez guitar?
Ibanez first introduced Artcore back in 2002 and it has remained a workhorse hollow-body guitar for musicians all over the world ever since. The Artcore’s combination of quality workmanship and affordability has created legions of devoted fans from diverse genres as blues, country, rock and jazz.