Originally Posted by LennyNero
Thanx for the fast answers...
well, what do I like to know:
How do you call the color
What Pick-Ups are those (More precisly than IBZUSA, or how can I find out myself)
Which Neck is it (I believe it to be the Ultra, cause I never had another Ibanez in the hand where the neck felt the same)
I remember it was being sold as a 540, somewhere else I saw a similiar model as a 440
Which wood was used for the body
Not sure about the color. The blue version of that burst was called jewel blue, but there was another color (more widely used) called that, too.
Pickups are IBZUSA F1 and C1. Made by DiMarzio, very similar to a PAF Pro and HS1.
Ultra neck. Basswood body.
The 440 was very similar at that time - still Japanese made, with an Edge trem. Different pups, though.
The possibility about swapped plates (I guess U talk about the Serialnumber Sticker)... I bought it new at my local dealer (for DM 1250,-, about $ 650).
BTW: mine has those two Backstops in the spring-cavity too (right word?) - thought that was usual for the Radius
And I really would like to have a copy of the cataloge where my guitar is in.
In the USA, these usually go for under $400, but they're probably more plentiful here. Yes, the backstops were usual on these. There were always routs for it, but sometimes I got a Radius without it. It may have been sold seperately.
The catalogs should be coming soon... ;-)