Here is a vintage 1977 Ibanez Custom 2350 lawsuit-era Gibson Les Paul Custom copy. This incredibly high-quality Made in Japan electric guitar exemplifies those MIJ guitars that have since become more highly regarded for their craftsmanship than those concurrently made by their U.S. competition. This great-looking Les Paul Custom appointed Ibanez is both a fantastic player’s guitar for the money and a nice example for those who collect vintage MIJ guitars. Act fast, because these don’t come along often in this condition
This Ibanez 2350 Custom guitar features: a high-gloss Ebony (Jet Black) finish, bolt-on neck construction, arched birch top with mahogany body, hard maple neck, the post-lawsuit Ibanez “Tulip” headstock shape with the script Ibanez logo, Ebonized rosewood fingerboard with pearloid block inlays, (2) “Flying Fingers” Super 80 humbucking pickups, a Ibanez/Gibraltar bridge and W-1000 tailpiece, “Star” individual tuning machines, and gold hardware.
This particular example, serial number 2137876, is in very excellent all original condition. It works perfectly, and sounds fantastic. The neck profile shape is that of a quintessential ’60 Les Paul, with a slim taper form and factory large frets. The Super 80s pickups are particularly high output, and sound quite good, not to mention the incredible-looking “Flying Finger” stamped graphic!
This guitar does not come with a case, though it will be packed and shipped accordingly.