Ibanez Destroyer Blue Burst 1983

6-String Solid Body Electric Guitar with Rosewood Fingerboard. Made in Japan.
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Ibanez Destroyer Blue Burst 1983

Used

Description & Specs

The following specs were carefully collected and recorded by a skilled technician. For a more detailed description and questions regarding sound, feel, or cosmetic condition, please visit our Lincoln Avenue showroom or call to speak to one of our Used and Vintage experts.
Finish Details: Original
Body Material: Basswood Body
Neck Material: Maple Neck
Fingerboard Material: Rosewood
Neck Profile: C to D shape
Neck Thickness (IN): 1st .85" 12th .95"
Fingerboard Radius: 7.25"
Nut Width: 1-5/8"
Scale Length: 25 1/2"
Neck Details: One piece maple bolt-on neck with rosewood fingerboard and dot inlays.
Electronics: Modified electronics. The neck and bridge pickup have been replaced and the wiring scheme has been modified. The neck pickup is a DiMarzio, the bridge pickup is a Seymour Duncan. We cannot determine the exact models. The middle pickup is out of phase. Three-way pickup selector switch, neck and bridge volume control, middle volume control, master tone.
Pickup Measurements: Neck 12.5k Middle 7.2k Bridge 7.6k
Hardware: -Knobs are not original.
Modifications/Repairs: -Neck and bridge pickup are not original. -Wiring scheme has been modified. The middle pickup is out of phase. -Knobs are not original.
Case Details: The non-original hardshell case hold the guitar securely. The latched have been taped because they have been damaged. There is some cosmetic wear on the case.
Cosmetic Condition: This guitar has moderate wear for its age. -The body has dents, scratches, finish chips, blemishes, and buckle rash. -The neck has scuffs, scratches, and dents.
Serial Number: L833201
Tech Notes: This Ibanez plays well with low action. The neck has a slight twist resulting in a very small amount of backbow on the bass side of the neck. The guitar still plays well when set up with 10 gauge or heavier strings. The serial number dates to 1983.
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