#3
S series .. 22 frets, Mahogany / Maple top H H , no Ebony fretboard though . As for a POS guess it depends what Yr and where the guitar was made.
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#4
I really like them for metal. I was looking for 25.5 scale and super start body. Larger than normal. I saw the strictly 7 guitars and thought they were awesome. Then I saw the price tag.
#5
Ibanez isn't exactly known for using ebony much. Some Iron Labels do, but for the most part, no.


Also, Strictly Sevens are ****ing AWFUL. Do NOT get one.
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#6
S7 are shit anyway.

Older S prestiges are 22 fret, mahoghany bodies and good quality rosewood.

IIRC you want an S1625.

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#7
I have an Ibanez with 22 frets, H-H, full mahogany (no top), but rosewood neck (maple neck rosewood fretboard.)

Does it need to be Ibby?

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#10
Quote by gambit1983
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=6OxN9B2R8vY. Where can I get something like this.

Ran Guitars? Skervesen? Both of those should be able to produce something along the lines of that guitar, with Skervesen having more options, but Ran being (alot) cheaper.
#11
Pretty much any custom shop.
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#12
Ibanez RGIX20FEQM sounds about as close as you are going to get to those specs:



By the early 1980s, Ibanez got away from using Ebony fretboards. Even today, their Custom Shop actively discourages guitar heroes from asking for Ebony fretboards in signature models. An old 1970s Ibanez Artist series would certainly fit your bill, but they rarely come up for sale and when they do, you have to sell a kidney in order to afford one.
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#14
Ibanez really needs to learn how to brand their guitars...the model numbers are embarrassingly long (RGIX20FEQM - seriously!). What a mess.
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#16
Check out the Schecter Hellraiser Hybrid Tempest.

It has a mahogany body, 22 fret ebony fretboard, and it has their "Ultra Thin C" neck profile, which is what they use on their SLS models.

There's no Ibanez that fits your specs, and finding a 22 fret ebony board on a guitar with a thin neck is really really difficult. This is a really good bet.


EDIT: Also looks like the Parker P-42 fits the bill. No idea what their necks are like.
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#19
The only brand that I can think of that would make that for you without it being obnoxiously expensive is Carvin, actually. A CT6 or similar would work.
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#20
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No idea what their necks are like.


Thin. Very thin. Parkers generally have the thinnest necks of any guitar I've ever played.
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