#1
are they japanesse or are they mexican made?
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#3
ahh


thank you

my dad always says they are mexican
and i can see why

but now i know better
98% of teens have been around or have had alcohol. Put this in your sig if you like bagels.


MY STUFF
-Ibanez limited edition RG electric guitar
-Digitech RP250 multi effects
-Digitech DF-7Distortion Factory
-Marshall MG100 half stack
#5
Quote by Wylde_Man
Some are made in korea, some in indonesia, some in japan, to my knowledge

Exactly. Only the Prestige series and the J Custom series are being made in Japan.
#6
Quote by kidboy
ahh


thank you

my dad always says they are mexican
and i can see why

but now i know better



Beggin' your puddin'?
Funny words.
#7
Actually Ibanez is a Spanish brand created by Spanish luthier Salvador Ibáñez (1854 - 1920).
However in 1929 Hoshino Gakki (funder of Ibanez) started importing the Spanish guitars into Japan.

Also when the Spanish workshop was destroyed during the Spanish Civil War (1936 - 1939) and the original guitars became unavailable (and very much sought after because of their excellent quality), Hoshino Gakki bought the Ibanez brand name rights and started making Spanish and acoustic guitars on their own, first as "Ibanez Salvador", and later as "Ibanez"

Do some research people.
Ibanez's origins are Spanish.

::EDIT
I re-read your question and I see what you mean now.
Some one's already mentioned where they're manufactured.
#8
The name Ibanez comes from Mexico, because they use to be a spanish guitar maker, than hoshnio bought em and started to make electrics and stuff.

EDIT: Read the post above me.