Ibanez Model 2451 Natural 1970s

$ 940.00

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Summary

Finish Details: Original

Top Material: Maple Top

Body Material: Maple Body

Body Details: Chambered two piece pancake maple body. There is a slight separation along the center seam, in between the pickups; this is cosmetic only.

Neck Material: Maple Neck

Fingerboard Material: Maple

Neck Profile: “U” profile

Neck Thickness (IN): .81″ (!st fret), .92″ (12th fret)

Fingerboard Radius: 12.00″

Nut Width: 1-5/8″

Scale Length: 24 3/4″

Neck Details: Set-in three piece maple neck with unbound maple fingerboard, dot inlays, headstock volute, and headstock truss rod adjustment.

Electronics: The guitar has been rewired with a modern wiring harness, with a 3-way selector switch and master volume/tone controls. The neck pickup is a DiMarzio, while the bridge pickup does not have manufacturing marks.

Pickup Measurements: 7.6k (neck), 9.1k (bridge)

Hardware: The pickguard, tuners, back plate, knobs, and bottom strap button have all been replaced.

Weight: 8lbs 9oz

Modifications/Repairs: -The guitar has been fully rewired, and the pickups replaced -The pickguard, back plate, tuners, knobs, and bottom strap button have been replaced

Case Details: Hardshell case

Cosmetic Condition: The guitar shows light cosmetic wear overall, appropriate for its age. The finish is glossy with small chips, dings, and some finish cracking over the body seams. There are 3 filled screw holes on the front of the body, behind the tailpiece. The back of the neck is glossy and smooth, and there are some open screw holes on the back of the headstock from the original tuners.

Tech Notes: The guitar plays well with optimal neck relief and medium-low action, and is currently set up with 10s. The frets are fairly low with some light divots present; there is a larger divot under the low E string at the third fret, and so the action has been raised slightly to allow the guitar to play cleanly.