Dust off those old acid wash jeans, jean jacket (canadian tuxedo baby!) and your headbanger approved back patch and buttons because this month we’re checking out the new 25th anniversary Ibanez S1XXV in 80′s approved fluorescent yellow ( also available in florescent green). When I was a little mullet headed lad, I wanted this guitar so bad…it was a shredder guitar, was florescent yellow, and just screams COCKROCK! What more could a kid want? Who didn’t think florescent yellow was cool in the 80′s? Back then it was called a saber because of how thin it was. There was nothing like it on the market, and it ripped. Aside from the new tremolo system, it is just as cool as I had remembered . Come by and check one out today.
Ibanez unveils an S Series in brilliant fluorescents.
Famous for its lightweight carved mahogany body, the S series can take a beating while still providing the resonance of guitars twice its size. It also comes equipped with the double-locking ZR tremolo and Zero Point System, a smooth ball bearing tremolo that makes every subtle nuance of whammy bar use come alive. The S series’ sleek, comfortable mahogany bodies, thin & fast Wizard III necks, and high-gain IBZ INF pickup combos make these instruments impossible to beat in any genre of music. And now it’s available in outrageous finishes sure to make a statement at any venue.
- Mahogany body
- 3 Piece maple Wizard III neck, rosewood fretboard, 24 jumbo frets
- INF1 neck pickup
- INFS1 middle pickup
- INF2 bridge pickup
- ZR bridge with ZPS2