My guitar was stolen when my house was robbed last week. I'm now attempting to ID exactly what it was that I had. I bought it on the spur of the moment about 7-8 years ago, and the shop that sold it too me is long gone, and no, I don't have a receipt or a serial number. I was told it was a custom that someone ordered and then backed out on, and I played it and loved it so it bought it. Looking at these pictures here to ID it brings tears to my eyes.
Now however, I've got to replace it. I've looked all over this site, at every picture I can find, but its
It was black. With 5 position switch, one tone and one volume control.
It had mother of pearl pyramid inlays.
IT HAD NO HOLES IN THE BODY (thats what throws me).
It had a two piece neck, (about fret 5 there was a curved line across the back of the neck, like the pictures on this site)
It has all black hardware.
It was a ibanez edge ,a low pro I think, definetly no scallups like the picture on the termolo page (i've seen the pictures on the website of the edge, with the little white plastic rings)
looks exactly like the bottom right here, execpt black hardware and no monkey grip.
which seems to be a 7p. but mine was a 6 string.
Would such a guitar be on record with ibanez when it was made?
Where there any other ibanez guitars made with the MOP pyramid inlay? (Maybe it wasn't actually a Jem, I don't care, it was a great guitar, so don't worry about it)
How much would a replacement cost? (if its braking any rules, then ignore this question)
Thanks in advance