JS 2400L

Ibanez JS2400L Story

The JS2400L is the second lefty model in the JS history. Ibanez introduced this model in 2013, three years after the JS2400 release. 2013 was also the year Joe and Ibanez introduced the Ultralite Tremolo Arm, that since then features on every JS prestige model, the JS1200, JS2400 and JS2410, and later on the JS2450.

The JS2400L is a carbon copy of the JS2400. On the wood side, this guitar featured a basswood body, a maple neck with 24 frets and a rosewood fretboard. On the electronic side, the JS2400L had a DiMarzio Pro Track to the neck and a Mo’ Joe to the bridge. Both humbucker pickups could be transformed to single coil by activating the coil-tap system on the tone pot and a high-pass filter could be activated the same way on the volume control in order to preserve hi-frequencies when the volume is turned down.

By making this guitar, Ibanez gave the left handed players the possibility to play on the next generation of JS signature guitars.

Specifications

Name: JS2400L
Years: 2013-now
Areas: Worldwide
Made in: Japan
Finishes: WH (White)

Body

Body material: Basswood
Neck joint: Tilt Joint
Bridge: w/ Ultralite Tremolo Arm
Hardware color: Chrome

Neck

Neck type: JS Prestige
Material: 1-Piece Maple
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Inlays: Abalone Dots
Frets: 24 / W/6105

Electronics

PU Config: HH
Neck PU: DiMarzio PAF Joe
Bridge PU: DiMarzio Mo’ Joe
Controls: 1 Volume (On/Off High Pass filter)
1 Tone (On/Off Coil Split) / 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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