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Vintage ’78 Ibanez Musician MC300

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Welcome Bidders! You are bidding on the 1978 Ibanez MC-300 Musician electric guitar! Serial# 1787212. This is one beauty instrument in look, contruction and sound wise! The guitar is in excellent condition. It has a few marks on it that do not affect the way it plays or looks. Its one of the finest production guitars made. Made in Japan Ibanez straight thru rock maple and walnut neck with 24 frets.The straight thru neck gives its unbelievable sustain and resonance. I used to use it with my Mesa Boogie amp and it would ring forever! It's ash/mahogany body not only looks beautiful but sounds amazing! Great tone! Fingerboard is Ebonized Rosewood, abalone dot markers, 24 velveTouch Frets, Half & Half nut. Gold hardware. Comes with the original Super 88 humbucking pickups with Tri-Sound configuration. Tri-Sound allows you to get the distinctive sound of humbucking, single coil and reverse phased twin coil pickups all in one thru a special three position switch for each pick up! It can sound like a Les Paul, Strat, Tele or a Jazz guitar! All in one guitar! This guitar is very solid. Construction quality of 70's Japanese guitars is very high, and this Musician is no exception, sounds great, plays great, no issues with tuning. I think its built out of something like 19 different pieces of wood... Includes the original hard case that the hinges are broken but the latches work fine. Make a bid if you want to own this dream guitar. Can't believe I am selling it! International Bidders are responsible for all Duty Taxes and other fee's your country may charge.

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