Ibanez / RS1000 CS Roadstar II 1983 used is in stock now!
This is an Ibanez Made in Japan/Japan-made Roadstar II series RS1000 featuring a beautiful bird’s eye maple archtop.
This Japanese model was sold from 1983 to 1984. Maple top/basswood back (Basswood or alder in catalog specs), RS Custom shaped maple neck, Rose fingerboard, 648mm (25.5″) scale, Super 58 PU, Hard Rocker Pro tremolo, Vol/ Tone/3-way selector.
In the 1983 catalog, Gary Moore is holding an RS1000 on the cover, and Dave Murray (IRON MAIDEN) can be seen using this Japanese-made model on the inside introduction page.
It is missing the arm and back panel, and has metal escutcheon/metal knobs. It shows signs of use (scratches and paint peeling in places around the perimeter, scuffs and playing scratches, picking marks, buckle marks, ring marks on the back of the neck, color fading, fogging, rust, pits, etc. on metal parts and screws, etc.).
The fretboard has been set up (cleaning, string replacement, rod adjustment, octave adjustment, string height adjustment, fret adjustment) upon arrival, and the originally low fret board is high enough to play well.
Item rank: B: Fairly scratched and used, but no problems in normal use.
Accessories: soft case
Serial number: K832340
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Condition: Some scratches, dents and marks. If you would like to know more about this specific instrument, or have general questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Accessories: Please confirm the picture.
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