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The Destroyer Series DT520 from Ibanez is an electric guitar featuring a mahogany set-in neck, a mahogany body, and a black gloss finish. The single-cutaway solid body harks back to the original 1975 design, delivering maximum resonance and sustain. The DiMarzio passive humbucker pickups offer depth, warmth, and rich dynamics. Other features include a bound rosewood fingerboard with acrylic & abalone block inlay, a single tone control, and dedicated volume controls for the bridge and neck pickups. Additionally, all controls feature Sure Grip III knobs for no-slip action.
Set-in neck construction provides massive sustain and playing comfort
Tight-Tune Bridge & Tailpiece
The original Ibanez Tight-Tune bridge provides improved transfer of string vibration and better tuning stability
The US-made DiMarzio pickups offer depth, warmth, and rich dynamics
DiMarzio Air Norton neck pickup
DiMarzio The Tone Zone bridge pickup
Humbucking, passive, alnico
Neck Type: Destroyer mahogany set-in-neck
Body: Mahogany Body
Fretboard: Bound rosewood fingerboard with acrylic and abalone block inlay
Frets: 22, Medium
Neck Pickup: DiMarzio - Air Norton (Humbucker, passive/alnico)
Bridge Pickup: DiMarzio - The Tone Zone (Humbucker, passive/alnico)
Hardware Color: Chrome
Scale: 24.7" / 628.0mm
Width at Nut: 1.69" / 43.0mm
Width at Last Fret: 2.24" / 57.0mm
Thickness at 1st: 0.79" / 20.0mm
Thickness at 12th: 0.87" / 22.0mm
Radius: 12.0" / 305.0mm
In the Box
Ibanez DT520 Destroyer Series Electric Guitar (Black)
Limited 1-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
Number of Strings
Top: Mahogany Back: Mahogany
Number of Frets
Type of Frets
Bridge: Humbucker Neck: Humbucker
Tone Control: x 1 Volume Control: x 2
3-Way Pickup Selector Switch
Ibanez DT520 Destroyer Series Electric Guitar (Black) Review