Signature Model Electric Guitars
Ibanez Signature Model Electric Guitars
If you've ever wanted to sound like your favorite guitarist, you just may be in luck. Ibanez has an extensive line of guitars designed by some of the world's most experienced luthiers to meet the high stage and studio standards of the biggest guitar heroes. Numerous huge artists have lent their names and ideas to help create Ibanez Signature Model electric guitars so you can capture their renowned and varied tones. So take a look around this section and see if you can find your new favorite guitar, brought to you by your musical idol.
If you're a fan of punk rock, you might enjoy the Ibanez NDM3 Noodles Signature Electric Guitar. Designed by Kevin Wasserman from The Offspring, this instrument has classic good looks with a beveled edge on its basswood body and white dot inlays on its rosewood fretboard. Plus, it has jumbo frets for easier bending so you can get lightning-fast speeds.
When only something truly unique will do, there's the Ibanez PS1CM Paul Stanley Signature PS Series Electric Guitar Cracked Mirror. This bold instrument is a replica of the guitar used in 1979 by Paul Stanley of Kiss fame, right down to the shards of mirror hand-glued into the bound maple and mahogany body. It even has a heavy-duty Gibraltar bridge to maximize string vibrations and Seymour Duncan 59 model SH-1 and Custom 5 SH-14 pickups to deliver warm, vintage tone.
These two options only begin to touch on the dozens of different signature models available from Ibanez. There's even hollowbody instruments, 7-string and 8-string electrics and more, all with stage-worthy looks and sound to match. And there are guitars that are priced for beginners mixed in with some truly spectacular collectibles. With all the axes you'll find here, Ibanez proves that anyone can sound like a rock star.
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