Ibanez has set out to write a new chapter in headless with the Q series and has solved this problem. Users can now use any conventional string for their instrument. The construction is quite simple. Similar to the Floyd Rose, the strings are fixed in the nut with an Allen screw. Tuning is done at the bridge. The Mono-Tune bridge has a wide intonation range, so that even low tuning can be realized without problems.
The nato body has been specially chambered, which adds to the lightness. The construction is far away from top-heaviness anyway.
According to the manufacturer, the HSS pickup combination is specially designed for headless guitars. The tone is clearly defined across all frequencies with a healthy bass content and radiant highs. Thanks to a sophisticated "dyma-MIX9" circuit, the user has numerically 9 sound variations at his disposal, variety without limits.
The fact that Ibanez guitars are comfortable to play and are also based on a high quality standard does not really need to be mentioned here.
- Body: Nyatoh
- Neck: roasted maple/ bubinga, 3-piece bolt-on construction
- Neck profile: Wizard C
- Fingerboard: roasted birdseye maple
- Radius: 305mm
- Frets: 24, Jescar EVO Gold
- Scale: 848 mm
- Nut: 42mm
- Pickguard: 1-ply black
- Pickup: 2x Q58 single coils + 1x Q58 H-H humbucker
- Electrics: Ibanez dyna-MIX10 Switching System with Alter Switch
- Controls: Volume, Tone, 5-way switch
- Hardware colour: Cosmo Black
- Bridge: Mono Tune
- Tuners: Ibanez Custom String Lock
- Finish: Black Flat
- Factory string gauge: 10-46
- incl. gig bag
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Colour & Finish