|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|07-29-2002 06:50 PM|
|caprile||japan starts with F (at least recent models i've seen). i believe that because of the factory bein in fujigen or something like that|
|07-29-2002 04:22 PM|
Serial #. It'll either start or end with a J- can't for the life of me remember.
|07-27-2002 11:29 AM|
|Jeff||How can I tell that? Back of headstock?|
|07-27-2002 12:20 AM|
|caprile||Made In Japan|
|07-27-2002 12:09 AM|
|07-26-2002 11:45 PM|
|caprile||my opinion? if it's MIJ, go for it!|
|07-26-2002 04:59 PM|
I found this in a pawn shop today, it wasn't one of the wild 80's ones...it has the standard black Ibanez headstocks they use today...and it had what looked like an RG body with a 22 fret neck and no AANJ. The body looked like oil stained mahogany, but it may have been alder or something else. It had a hardtail bridge. Looked a lot like the JS-6 except for the RG body. It was in decent condition, I didn't take it down from the rack or anything because the guy working there might have gotten pissed off, and I didn't have much time. Not sure about the neck either. It was missing the volume and tone knobs, but other than that, it looked pretty good. And for 180 bucks, this isn't a deal I really wanna pass up!
Is this just a cheap model or is this something worth pursuing?