JS 1600

Ibanez JS1600 Story

The Ibanez JS1600 is the last hard-tail JS guitar produced by Ibanez and it is based on the JS6, the first hard-tail model. Like the JS6 it has a mahogany body, the same Gotoh GTC101 bridge and a maple neck with a rosewood fingerboard. The PAF Pro and the FRED are getting back on the pickup side.

JS1600PSV offers the stylistic and sonic alternative of a mahogany body with a fixed bridge and locking tuners.

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The JS1600 introduces a new finish in the JS guitars history, the Premium Silver, but the head still hadd the wood finish it’s parent, the JS6. The body shape is stlighty thinner, the beautiful abalone dots replaced the pearly dots. This guitar has been sold all over the world during his two year production run, except in Japan.

Specifications

Name: JS1600
Years: 2008-2010
Areas: Worldwide (except Japan)
Made in: Japan
Finishes: PSV (Premium Silver)

Body

Body material: Mahogany
Neck joint: Tilt Joint
Bridge: Gotoh GTC101 bridge
Hardware color: Chrome

Neck

Neck type: JS Prestige
Material: 1-Piece Maple
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Inlays: Abalone Dots
Frets: 22 /6105

Electronics

PU Config: HH
Neck PU: DiMarzio PAF Joe
Bridge PU: DiMarzio FRED
Controls: 1 Volume (with High-Pass filter)
1 Tone (with coil tap) / 3-Way Toggle

Neck dimensions

Scale length: 648mm/25.5″
a: Width at nut: 42mm
b: Width at last fret: 56mm
2014: 57mm
c: Thickness at 1st fret: 20mm
d: Thickness at 12th fret: 22.3mm
Radius: 250mm

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