Ibanez has unveiled its new AMH90 guitar.
Part of the company's Artcore Expressionist series, this hollow-body features a Linden top, back, and sides, and a 3-piece Nyatoh/Maple neck with a bound Macassar ebony fretboard that sports 22 medium frets and abalone dot inlays.
The guitar's sound comes by way of two Ibanez Super 58 humbucking pickups, controlled by two volume knobs, two tone knobs, and a three-way selector switch. Also onboard is Ibanez's Tri-sound switch, which gives each pickup three individual voices.
Elsewhere, the guitar features gold hardware, a plastic nut, and a Gibraltar Performer bridge with a VT06 tailpiece.
The Ibanez AMH90 guitar is available now – in Black and Cherry Red Flat finishes – for $699.
For more info on the guitar, stop by ibanez.com.
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