Ibanez JSM20 John Scofield Signature Series Hollowbody Electric Guitar (Black Low Gloss)

Ibanez JSM20 John Scofield Signature Series Hollowbody Electric Guitar (Black Low Gloss)

Ibanez JSM20 John Scofield Signature Series Hollowbody Electric Guitar (Black Low Gloss)

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Ibanez JSM20 John Scofield Signature Series Hollowbody Electric Guitar (Black Low Gloss)

Ibanez JSM20 John Scofield Signature Series Hollowbody Electric Guitar (Black Low Gloss)

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Product Highlights

  • Maple Top, Back, and Sides
  • JSM 3-Piece Maple/Mahogany Set-In Neck
  • Bound Ebony Fingerboard
  • 22 Medium Frets / 24.7" Scale
  • Aged Acrylic and Abalone Block Inlays
  • ART-1 Bridge
  • Quik Change III Tailpiece
  • Pair of Super 58 Humbucking Pickups
  • Gold Hardware, Bone Nut
  • Included Hardshell Case
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Styled in a black low gloss finish, The Ibanez JSM20 is a hollow-body electric designed for and endorsed by jazz guitar icon John Scofield, a player renowned for his expressive, bluesy playing and warm, yet sharp tone. The instrument itself is constructed out of maple in the top, back, and sides. With this guitar, you can elicit a warm, resonant sound that is well suited for playing jazz, blues, country, and rock.

The JSM maple/mahogany neck is fitted with a 22-fret bound ebony fingerboard that boasts abalone and aged acrylic block inlays. The guitar's sustain is enhanced by the ART-1 bridge and Quik Change III tailpiece; the latter helping to improve your string-changing experience by cutting down on time.

For electronics, the JSM20 provides Super 58 humbucking pickups that offer a warm, bluesy sound with a bit of growl. These pickups are selectable via a 3-way toggle switch, and can be adjusted using the dedicated volume and tone controls for each pickup. Also on hand is a Tri-Sound switch, which runs the neck pickup in parallel, and also taps it, so you can elicit sounds more congruent with a single-coil instrument. A hardshell case is included.

Ebony Fingerboard
Ebony produces a tight low-end and midrange response with a noticeable attack on the high end. It also features a quick response and rich sustain.
Super 58 Humbucking Pickups
The Super 58 pickups produce classic, warm, and versatile tones.
Bone Nut
The bone nut bolsters a rich tone.
General Features
  • Neck Type: JSM 3-piece mahogany/maple set-in neck
  • Nut: Bone
  • Body: Maple top/back/sides
  • Fingerboard: Bound ebony fingerboard with aged acrylic and abalone block inlay
  • Frets: 22 medium frets
  • Bridge: ART-1 bridge
  • Tailpiece: Quik Change III tailpiece
  • Neck Pickup: Super 58 (humbucker, passive/alnico)
  • Bridge Pickup: Super 58 (humbucker, passive/alnico)
  • Hardware Color: Gold
Neck Dimensions
  • Scale: 24.7" / 628.0mm
  • Width at Nut: 1.7" / 43.0mm
  • Width at Last Fret: 2.2" / 57.0mm
  • Thickness at 1st Fret: 0.8" / 21.0mm
  • Thickness at 9th Fret: 0.9" / 23.0mm
  • Radius: 12.0" / 305mm
Body Dimensions
  • Length: 18.25" / 463.6mm
  • Width: 15.75" / 400.0mm
  • Max Depth: 2.6" / 66.7mm
In the Box
Ibanez JSM20 John Scofield Signature Series Hollowbody Electric Guitar (Black Low Gloss)
  • Hardshell Case
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Right/Left Handed Right-Handed
    Number of Strings 6
    Body Type Hollow-Body
    Cutaway Double-Cutaway
    Body Wood Maple
    Neck Type Set Neck
    Neck Wood Mahogany, Maple
    Fingerboard Ebony
    Number of Frets 22
    Type of Frets Medium
    Scale Length 24.72" / 628 mm
    Radius Compound
    Nut Width 43.0 mm
    Bridge Type Tune-O-Matic
    Pickguard Yes
    Pickups Bridge, Neck: Humbucker
    Controls Tone Control: x 2
    Volume Control: x 2
    Switching 3-Way Pickup Selector Switch

    1 x Tri-Sound switch for neck pickup

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