#2
Yeah, they look the same to me, but I don't know what crazy guy went and put different inlays on that neck because as far as I know, the only practical way to do that is to install a new neck and that's a set-in neck.
#3
Essentially yes, but the one in the link is an Ibanez SZR520, and the one in the pic is an SZ520 or SZ720, QM for the quilted maple finish. A little different shape and obviously the inlay. Great guitars.
Last edited by eyebanez333 at Jan 27, 2009,
#4
no that looks like some kind of s series. maybe some discontinued S with a fixed bridge?
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#5
I can get it for 350 with a Carlo Rebelli (?) acoustic and a small marshall amp. I think the Ibanez is worth 350 alone. Ima see what I can do to that price
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#6
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I can get it for 350 with a Carlo Rebelli (?) acoustic and a small marshall amp. I think the Ibanez is worth 350 alone. Ima see what I can do to that price


I'd say go for it. The SZ (the bottom one) series has been discontinued and replaced with the SZR series (the top one with the link). The SZR series sell new for around $500 and thats about what the SZ models used to go for. Great guitars. I have a SZ320 and I paid $400 brand new for it a couple years ago.
#7
I bet I can get him to go pretty low for the Ibanez seeing as he wants 350 for the whole thing.
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