Originally Posted by Kamikaze_1
The pickups look more like EMGs than soapbars.
true, but they're actually Ibanez humbuckers, see them here
(it's called "IBZ" - look how they wrote "Hunbuker" on the left side of the page, hehe...)
about the Jordan model, the Ibanez: The Untold Story
book says it was an arch-top RS1300 as a starting place (the arch-top is barely noticeable on the pics linked above), on which they've replaced the neck with a Modulus Graphite neck to accomodate Jordan's two-hands technique. the fretboard radius is dead flat, and Jordan's own models have got kind of a string-muting device mounted right upon the nut, which had the ability to dampen individual strings. Jordan was pleased with this model, and he had Ibanez building him a "jazz" model with the same features. then he switched to Casio midi guitars...
as always, Rich Lasner and Mace Bailey got the credits on this model. anyway, i don't know how much this model could be valued in the market, but i'm positive they're VERY rare and collectibles.