Ibanez JS2480 Joe Satriani Signature Series Electric Guitar (Muscle Car Red)

Ibanez JS2480 Joe Satriani Signature Series Electric Guitar (Muscle Car Red)

Ibanez JS2480 Joe Satriani Signature Series Electric Guitar (Muscle Car Red)

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Product Highlights

  • Basswood Body
  • JS 3-Piece Maple/Bubinga Bolt-On Neck
  • Rosewood Fingerboard
  • 24 Medium Frets / 25.5" Scale
  • Edge Tremolo Bridge
  • Sustainiac Driver Neck Pickup (S)
  • DiMarzio Satchur8 Bridge Pickup (H)
  • Sustainiac Switch in Tone Knob
  • Harmonic, Normal & Blend Sustain Modes
  • Includes Hardshell Case
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Ibanez JS2480MCR overview

  • 1Description

Styled in a muscle car red finish, the Ibanez JS2480 is a Joe Satriani signature series electric guitar with a double-cutaway design. It features a basswood body, while the bolt-on neck is crafted out of maple and bubinga. Strings are secured to the body with an Edge tremolo bridge.

For electronics, the instrument offers an interesting combination: the Sustainiac Driver single-coil in the neck, and a DiMarzio Satchur8 humbucker in the bridge. The Sustainiac is a sustainer pickup, one that offers infinite sustain thanks to magnetic field created by the active Stealth PRO preamp.

When this pickup is switched into sustainer mode, you can achieve amp-like feedback from your notes at any volume, or you can sustain the notes you hold practically infinitely, allowing you to create synth like tones if you like. A switch controls this functionality further, giving you the ability to sustain the fundamental of a given note, its overtones, or a blend of both. The Satchur8 humbucker, on the other hand, is designed to give you a sweet, singing lead tone, one that is warm and smooth.

Both the volume and tone knobs contain push-pull switches, with a high-pass filter in the volume knob and the Sustainiac activator switch in the tone control. A hardshell case is included.

Maple and Bubinga Neck
The Bubinga stripe provides stability and longer sustain.
3-Way Sustainiac Mode Selector
  • Normal: Sustains the fundamental of your notes 
  • Harmonic: Sustains overtone of your notes 
  • Mix: Sustains the fundamental and overtone notes
General Features
  • Neck Type: JS 3-piece Maple/Bubinga neck 
  • Body: Basswood
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood fingerboard with mother of pearl dot inlay
  • Frets: 24, medium frets with premium fret edge treatment
  • Bridge: Edge tremolo bridge
  • Neck Pickup: Sustainiac Driver (single coil)
  • Bridge Pickup: DiMarzio Satchur8 (humbucker, passive/alnico)
  • Hardware Color: Chrome
  • Case: Hardshell
Neck Dimensions
  • Scale: 25.5" / 648.0mm
  • Width at Nut: 1.7" / 42.8mm
  • Width at 14th Fret: 2.2" / 56.4mm
  • Thickness at 1st: 0.8" / 20.0mm
  • Thickness at 7th: 0.9" / 22.3mm
  • Radius: 9.8" / 250.0mm
In the Box
Ibanez JS2480 Joe Satriani Signature Series Electric Guitar (Muscle Car Red)
  • Hardshell Case
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Ibanez JS2480MCR specs

    Right/Left Handed Right-Handed
    Number of Strings 6
    Body Type Solid
    Cutaway Double-Cutaway
    Body Wood Basswood
    Neck Type Bolt-On Neck
    Neck Wood Bubinga, Maple
    Fingerboard Rosewood
    Number of Frets 24
    Type of Frets Medium
    Scale Length 25.51" / 648 mm
    Radius 250 mil
    Nut Width 42.8 mm
    Bridge Type Tremolo
    Pickguard No
    Pickups Neck: Single Coil
    Bridge: Humbucker
    Controls Tone Control: x 1
    Volume Control: x 1 twtdsfqwtwcswcczwdycweqcccqxdwz

    Push/pull Sustainiac switch in tone knob Push/pull high-pass filter in volume knob

    Switching 3-Way Pickup Selector Switch

    3-way Sustainiac switch for normal, harmonic, and mix

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