#3
Are you sure thats an Ibanez? If so its an early, pre lawsuit era one. Reminds me of your Teisco and what not from the 60s.
#4
Quote by minibrowny
I cant be sure, and I'm almost certainly wrong, but it looks like a Lawsuit era one.

can we identify the model? there selling it for 50bucks... wondering if it's worth to buy it just for "collection"
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#5
To simple for a 60's model, too unusual for a lawsuit one.

1970's lawsuit ibanez are famous for looking very much like the real deal, with the exception of bolt-on necks. This one doesn't look like anything...
#6
if u werent sure its an ibanez, i would say teisco cause ive seen several of their guitars that look like that

dude, if you have 50$ to spend that you dont want to put towards something else, and it works, get it, i mean it will at least be fun to have
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#8
Quote by dewdadrew
For 50 why the helll not? right?



yea tahts why i have ym tube amp i mean, its not too expensive, it may not be that amazing of a guitar, but you have a cool, old guitar u wont see anyone one esle with
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