Next up is my very early pink Jem. Stock as a rock. She has a pretty big ding taken out of her at the top near where your right arm rests on the body but it had been filled in with something clear before I bought it in 1992. She's a great guitar, I write most of my stuff on my 450S but for some reason whenever I need to record something this Jem is my go to guitar.
My Rocket Roll II, found here sometime in 1992 as well I think...my mates and I used to go on day trips around the Sydney area just cruising guitar shops, basically anything unusual and Ibanez I'd buy it.
Picked this up in 1994ish ? 7 strings were pretty rare here in Sydney back then. One of the local guitar shops here had some guy that would always buy the latest fad guitar, play it for 6 or so months and then flip it for the next fad. I picked this up pretty darn cheap as they couldn't shift it.
Ibanez Destroyer II. Took me ages to find this one in the mid 90s here in Sydney. There were a few of them around but they were all pretty banged up. After cruising Sydney guitar shops for years looking for a decent one this fell in my lap at my local store ! The shop owner phoned me as soon as he got hold of it as he knew I couldn't resist. I had the rear pick up replaced with a PAF Pro I think it was.
I came across this Ibanez 3904 sometime in the mid to late 90s. A guy that used to run a guitar shop in Tamworth had 12 or so guitars in storage and a friend and I managed to buy them all off him for $200. This was the only one I wanted. The neck had been split at the heel so it sat in the case for about 15 years until I bumped into a local luthier that fixed it for me and replaced the fretboard.
My Korean Paul Gilbert. This was the last guitar I bought in the 1990s. I didn't buy my next guitar until 2008.