Treated New Zealand Pine fretboard Treated New Zealand Pine has gone through an advanced seasoning process which yields a harder, more durable piece of wood. As a result, it offers enhanced stability while producing a rich warm tone. Includes: Ibanez PS60 Paul Stanley NAMM 2018 Electric Guitar - Ibanez 1 Year Limited Warranty Features: Maple neck The Maple neck provides stability and bright tonal character. Poplar Body Offers Light, Mellow Tone. PS neck profile. Gibraltar Performer bridge The Gibraltar Performer bridge provides rich sustain and tuning stability. The low positioned saddles promise comfortable playability. Iceman electric guitar from the Ibanez Artist Series. Bolt-On construction with 24.75 scale length (628 mm). One Ibanez Infinity R humbucker in neck position. One Ibanez Infinity R humbucker in bridge position. 3-way circuit with two volume knobs and treble control. Specifications: Neck Type: PS Maple neck Body: Poplar body Fretboard: Bound Treated New Zealand Pine fretboard with White block inlay Fret: Medium frets Bridge: Full Tune III bridge Tailpiece: Full Tune III tailpiece Neck Pickup: Infinity R (H) neck pickup (Passive/Ceramic) Bridge Pickup: Infinity R (H) bridge pickup (Passive/Ceramic) Hardware Color: Chrome Neck Scale: 628mm (24.72 ) Neck Width: 43mm (1.69 ) at NUT 56mm (2.20 ) at 22F Neck Thickness: 20mm (0.79 ) at 1F 22mm (0.87 ) at 12F Neck Radius: 305mm (12.01 )

ConditionBrand New (New)
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  • PS60-BK Paul Stanley Signature
  • Black & Silver
  • Ibanez Artist Signature
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Number of Strings
  • 6-String
Body Type
  • Solid Body

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