A graceful vintage of Ibanez GB10 is waiting for the new owner. The ideal mix of spruce top + maple body + ebony fretboard adds luxury to pearl and abalone inlay. The supplementary nut in addition to ivoroid one between the 1st fret and headstock sets it apart from other hollow bodies. Floating pickups, another astonishing feature co-designed by George Benson, eliminate feedback, thus play warm and well rounded output. Lifting them up and down comes effortless by single screwing from the top of the pick guard. This also gets rid of the pickup rings, making the pickups stand out and the gold hardware shinier.
1979 Ibanez GB-10|
Designed and loved by George Benson
The 1979-made lovely vintage is maintained well with relatively minor wears, chip-offs, dents and etc. A concerned buyer would want to check around lacquer wear between the tailpiece and knobs, near left F hole and 3way switch
binding wear. Also note the bridge is replace to a brand new one from Gotoh Japan. If all of these are acceptable, a sturdy and strong hardcase comes along to you.