company_name = Ibanez
company_slogan = Anything But Traditional.
company_type = Private
foundation = Nagoya, Japan 1957
location = Japan
key_people = Hoshino Gakki, founder
industry = Musical instruments
products = Ibanez Guitars and Basses, Amplifiers, Effects
homepage = [http://www.ibanez.com/ www.ibanez.com]

Ibanez (pronEng|ˈaɪbænɛz or IPA|/aɪˈbænɛz/) is a guitar brand owned by Hoshino Gakki and based in Nagoya, Aichi, Japan. Hoshino Gakki were one of the first Japanese musical instrument companies to gain a significant foothold in the United States and Europe.


The Hoshino Gakki company began in 1908 as the musical instrument sales division of the "Hoshino Shoten" a bookstore company. The Ibanez brand name dates back to 1929 when Hoshino Gakki began importing Salvador Ibáñez guitars from Spain. When the "Salvador Ibáñez" workshop was destroyed during the Spanish Civil War, the "Ibanez Salvador" guitars were no longer available, so Hoshino Gakki bought the "Ibanez Salvador" brand name rights and started making Spanish acoustic guitars in 1935, at first using the "Ibanez Salvador" brand name, and then later using the "Ibanez" brand name [ [http://www.hoshinogakki.co.jp/hoshino_e/history/history.html Hoshino Gakki History] ] .

The modern era of Ibanez guitars began in 1957 [Ibanez, The Untold Story by Paul Specht (Michael Wright, Jim Donahue) ISBN 0-9764277-0-2] and the late 1950s and 1960s Ibanez catalogues [http://www.sixties-ibanez.com/] show guitars with some wild looking designs [http://vintageibanez.tripod.com/sixties.html] . Japanese guitar makers in the 1960s were mostly copying European guitar designs and some of the late 1960s Ibanez designs were similar to Hagström and EKO guitar designs. Hoshino Gakki used the Teisco and FujiGen Gakki guitar factories to manufacture Ibanez guitars after they stopped manufacturing their own guitars in 1966 and after the Teisco guitar factory closed down in 1969/1970 Hoshino Gakki used the FujiGen Gakki guitar factory to make most Ibanez guitars.

In the 1970s Japanese guitar makers started to mainly copy American guitar designs and Ibanez branded copies of Gibson, Fender, Dan Armstrong and Rickenbacker models started to appear. This resulted in the so called Ibanez lawsuit period. After the lawsuit period Hoshino Gakki introduced Ibanez models that were not copies of the Gibson or Fender designs such as the Iceman and Ibanez Roadstar. The company has produced its own guitar designs ever since. The late 1980s and early 1990s were an important period for the Ibanez brand. Hoshino Gakki's relationship with Frank Zappa's former guitarist Steve Vai resulted in the introduction of the Ibanez JEM and the Ibanez Universe models and after the earlier successes of the Roadstar and Iceman models in the late 1970s/early 1980s, Hoshino Gakki entered the superstrat market with the RG series which were a lower priced version of the Ibanez JEM model.

Hoshino Gakki also had semi acoustic, nylon and steel stringed acoustic guitars manufactured under the Ibanez name. Tama acoustic guitars were made from 1974-1979 at the Tama Drum factory. In 1979 the Tama acoustic guitars were renamed as the Artwood Series and were also made at the Tama Drum factory. Most Ibanez guitars were made for Hoshino Gakki by the FujiGen guitar factory in Japan up until the mid to late 1980s and from then on Ibanez guitars have also been made in other Asian countries such as Korea, China and Indonesia. During the early 1980s the FujiGen guitar factory also produced most of the Roland guitar synthesizers, including the Stratocaster-style Roland GR-505, the twin humbucker Roland GR-202 and the Ibanez X-ING IMG-2010.

Sometimes stencil (template) guitar designs were shared by Japanese guitar companies and distributors so an early Hoshino Ibanez branded guitar might look the same as another brand name guitar produced by a different Japanese distributor but only Ibanez, Cimar by Ibanez and Maxxas branded guitars were made for Hoshino Gakki and are the only guitar brand names that have appeared in Hoshino Gakki catalogues. Cimar guitars were not produced by Hoshino Gakki but "Cimar by Ibanez" guitars were produced for Hoshino Gakki by Cimar [http://www.ibanezcollectors.com/discus/messages/2632/2849.html] .

The Starfield guitar brand was also owned by Hoshino Gakki. In the 1970s, Hoshino Gakki and Kanda Shokai shared some guitar designs and so some Ibanez and Greco guitars have the same features. The Kanda Shokai Greco guitars were sold in Japan and the Hoshino Gakki Ibanez guitars were sold outside of Japan. From 1982, Ibanez guitars have also been sold in Japan as well as being sold outside of Japan [http://www.daeschler.com/articles/fujigen/] .

Guitar brands such as Antoria shared some Ibanez guitar designs. The Antoria guitar brand was managed by JT Coppock Leeds Ltd England. CSL was a brand name managed by Charles Summerfield Ltd England. Maurice Summerfield of the Charles Summerfield Ltd company contributed some design ideas to Hoshino Gakki and also imported Ibanez and CSL guitars into the UK with Hoshino Gakki cooperation from 1964-1987. The Maxxas brand name came about because Hoshino Gakki thought that the guitar did not fit in with the Ibanez model range and was therefore named Maxxas by Rich Lasner from Hoshino USA [ [http://www.ibanezregister.com/history/nuno/nuno-richlasner.htm Rich Lasner interview] ] .


Harry's Rosenbloom, of Medley Music, based in Ardmore, Pennsylvania, was manufacturing handmade guitars under the name "Elger." By 1965 Rosenbloom had decided to stop manufacturing guitars and chose to become the exclusive North American distributor for Ibanez guitars. In 1971 Hoshino purchased Elger Guitars, renaming the company "Hoshino U.S.A." and retaining the company headquarters in Bensalem, Pennsylvania as a distribution and quality-control center.

The lawsuit was brought by the "Norlin Corporation", the parent company of Gibson guitars against Elger/Hoshino U.S.A. in 1977, and was based on an Ibanez headstock design that had been discontinued by 1976. Hoshino settled out of court, and by 1978 had begun making Ibanez guitars from their own designs [http://www.guitarattack.com/destroyer/lawsuit.htm] .

After the so-called lawsuit Hoshino Gakki abandoned the strategy of copying "classic" USA electric guitar designs and moved to the popular superstrat era in the mid-1980s. The newer Ibanez models began incorporating more modern elements into their design such as radical body shapes, slimmer necks, flatter 2-octave fingerboards (which allowed for faster playing), slim pointed headstocks, higher-output electronics, humbucker/single-coil/humbucker pickups, locking tremolo bridges and more colourful finishes.


Electric guitars

* Ibanez GIO series are budget priced Ibanez guitars. They have the GIO name assigned to their headstock above the Ibanez logo. The GIO series are the budget priced copies of the Ibanez RG, RX, SA, SZ, and AX series. The GRG mikro, the sole Ibanez 3/4-sized guitar, also belongs to this category.
* Ibanez RG series (previously named Roadstar Guitar, hence the name RG), are the Ibanez superstrat guitars, all featuring 24-fret slim necks. Most of the Ibanez RG models have bolt-on-necks with high-performing tremolos, although some are neck-thru or fixed bridge models. The first Ibanez RG was the 550 in 1987, which was the cheaper version of the Ibanez JEM, Steve Vai's signature model. It featured pretty much the same specifications except for the "Monkey Grip", the "Lion's Claw" below the tremolo, the Vine or Pyramid inlay and the DiMarzio pickups. Shape, colors, pickup configurations, and woods were pretty much the same. From 1987 to present the RG came out in hundreds different versions, some having different pickups and pickup configurations (HSH, HH, HSS, HS etc), some lacking the pickguard and some with different woods, tremolos, and colors. It is not clearly known how many versions have appeared since 1987. In 2003, Japanese-made RGs became the RG Prestige series, which featured an all-new neck construction (much more reliable now), a redesigned tremolo (Edge-Pro) and a 6-step special treatment to the fretboard for even more comfortable playing. It has the following subseries: RGT Prestige (neck-Thru) and the RGA Prestige (Arch-top and fixed bridge) however some newer models have floating bridges. In 2004 there was a little modernization of RG-series, after what the new RG 1570 appeared. New model was equipped by h-s-h pickup system by DiMarzio. The new EDGE-pro tremolo system was performed.
* Ibanez S series also known as the Saber series are famous for having ergonomic and lightweight mahogany bodies. A notable endorser of the Ibanez Saber series was Frank Gambale, who obtained his namesake FGM signature guitars in 1987. As of 2008, Dragonforce guitarist Herman Li (a long time S series player) uses the E-Gen signature guitars, which are made from an S series Ibanez guitar with some modifications. The series has the following subseries:
** S - The S models use the "zero resistance" floating tremolo, which enables the strings to stay more in tune. Also available as S Prestige, high-end range which are made in Japan/Korea - S2170, S4170 AB.
** SZ - The SZ or SZR (introduced in 2008) models have hardtail bridges and thru-body stringing, as well as a 25.1 scale set neck that has a different feel than the S and SA's guitar's bolt on 25.5 scale neck. Also available is the SZ Prestige, high-end range which are made in Japan/Korea.
** SC - Similar to the SZ models. No longer in production.
** SA - The SA models feature a flatback body (S models feature a curved back), and have synchronized tremolos. Also the basic SA models have a hidden plate bolt on neck design. Subseries include the SAS, basic SA models with Set-in neck design, and the SA Prestige.
** SV - The SV models have a thicker neck and a TZ100 tremolo bridge.
* RT series - Superstrat design with 24 frets. Discontinued in 1994.
* RX series - Superstrat design but with 22 frets instead. Discontinued in 1998, and currently only exists as GRX (budget model of RX series).
* AX series - Extreme version of the artist model, aimed towards metal players - currently only exist as GAX model and Guitar Center exclusive model.
* Axstar (aka Axstar by Ibanez) - discontinued
* EDR/EXR - Ergodyne series - discontinued
* Artist Series - In the mid-70's Ibanez started producing a line of double cutaway solid body guitars [http://www.break-even.org/ibanez/1976/artist.htm] . Some of these featured tri-sound switches which enabled the player to alter the humbucking pickups to single coil or out of phase modes. There were various models, the best known of which, produced in the 1980s, are the AR100, AR105, AR150 (all without the tri-sound) and AR300, AR305, AR350 (all featuring the tri-sound). The artist series established the company as manufacturers of high quality original instruments. Early endorsers included Bob Weir and Steve Miller. The AR300 has since been reissued as a cheaper, downgraded model.
* MC - Musician series - discontinued
* ARC-100/300 (Retro Series)
* ARX-100/300 (Retro Series)
* AR-100/200 (black vintage top)
* Ibanez Artcore Series - Ibanez's full and semi-hollow guitar line. Subseries are
** AF (Full hollow)
** AK (Full Hollow)
** AFS-75t (Full hollow vintage vibrato)
** AG (Full hollow)
** AS (Semi hollow)
** AM (Semi hollow)
** AXD (Semi and Full hollow)
** AWD (Semi and Full hollow)
** FWD (Semi and Full hollow)
* Ibanez Jet King 2 and Jet King 1 - A modern remake of the Ibanez Rhythm maker, vintage looking and sounding guitar
* Radius series - discontinued, a modified version is now taken over by the Joe Satriani signature series which features a multi-radius neck.
* RS Roadstar Series - Consists of the Talman, Radius and Saber series
* EX Series - Manufactured in Korea.
* X Series - Various X-shaped and star-shaped instruments geared towards metal players
* PL - Pro Line series
* RR - Rocket Roll
* DT - Destroyer
* IC - Iceman
* CN Concert Series - This was a short lived series produced in 1978 then discontinued soon afterwards. It features an [Asymmetric|asymmetric] double cutaway body with two humbuckers, a hard tail bridge and a bolt on neck. The top end model (the CN250) was one of the earliest guitars to feature "half vine" fingerboard inlays.
* Ibanez j.custom - Previously an exclusive custom range available in Japan only. Now available worldwide.
* U.S.A. custom - USA custom range.
* AFD - Artfield
* (M)GR - Ghostrider
* Cimar by Ibanez

Production Signature Models

* JS - Joe Satriani Signature
* Universe and JEM - Steve Vai Designed Guitar
* PGM - Paul Gilbert Signature
* MTM - Mick Thomson Signature
* NDM2 - Noodles Signature
* APEX - Munky Signature
* E-Gen - Herman Li Signature
* STM - Sam Totman Signature
* ORM - Omar Rodriguez Signature
* MBM - Matt Bachand Signature
* HRG - H. R. Giger Signature
* GB - George Benson Signature
* PM - Pat Metheny Signature
* JSM - John Scofield Signature

* SDB - Sharlee D'angelo Signature bass
* K5 - Fieldy Signature bass
* PRB - Paul Romanko Signature bass
* PGB - Paul Gray Signature bass
* GWB - Gary Willis Signature bass
* MDB - Mike D'Antonio Signature bass

Discontinued Signature models

* ICJ100WZ - Jay Yuenger Signature
* K7 - Korn Signature
* Stanley Jordan Signature
* AH10 - Alan Holdsworth Signature
* PS10 - Paul Stanley Signature
* MFM - Marty Friedman Signature
* VM1 - Vinnie Moore Signature
* FGM - Frank Gambale Signature
* JPM - John Petrucci Signature
* RBM2NT - Reb Beach Signature
* DMM1 - Daron Malakian Signature
* AT - Andy Timmons Signature
* MMM - Mike Mushok Signature
* ADM - Adam Moher Signature
* PKW - Peter Kirkwood Signature

New Guitars for 2008

* Xiphos 7-String - XPT707 (X-Series)
* S-Series Prestige - 24-fret
* SV-Series Prestige - 24-fret, vintage tremolo
* Iceman - ICT700 (return to the Ibanez catalogue - IC-Series)
* E-Gen - Herman Li Signature - EGEN18 (derivate of the S-Series)
* STM - Sam Totman Signature - STM1 (derivate of the IC-Series)
* NDM - Noodles Signature - NDM2 (return to the Ibanez catalogue - derivate of the Talman Series)
* ORM - Omar Rodriguez Signature - ORM1 (derivate of the JTK-Series)
* SZR - 22-fret, new version of the SZ series, SZR520 and SZR720 (with vine inlay & gold hardware)

Bass guitars

* ARTCORE Series- Archtop Basses
** AFB200 - Hollow-body bass guitar
** AGB200 - Semihollow-body bass guitar
* ATK 300 and 305, 4 and 5 string models, upon which Paul Gray's signature PGB bass is modeled.
* Blazer
* BTB Series
** BTB Prestige - High-end range which are made in Korea.
* DWB Series
* EDA (Ergodyne) Series
* EDB (Ergodyne) Series
* EDC (Ergodyne) Series
* EWB Series
* GAXB Series
* GSR Series- A lower-cost version of the Soundgear Series
** GSR 205 - Nominated for Ibanez's "Best of Model" award
* GWB Series
* ICB (Iceman) Series
* JTK (Jet King) Series
* JUMPSTART Series- Similar to the GSR Series, named for the Jumpstart Pack which comes with amp and other accessories.
* K5 Fieldy- A custom 5-string Soundgear w/ "K5" Inlay centered on 12th fret
* Musician Series
* SR (Soundgear) Series
** SR Prestige - High-end range which are made in Korea.
* SRX (Soundgear) Series
* SDGR Series
* ATK Series
* EX series
* Roadstar Series
* S series
* TR Series

Acoustic guitars

* AE Series
* AES Series
* AW Series (sr900)
* DT Series
* EP9 Series
* EW Series
* GA Series
* JAMPACK Series
* MASA Series
* PF Series
* TALMAN Series
* V Series
* Concord
* SAGE Series

Ibanez endorsers, past and present

Effect pedals

In the 1970s, the Nisshin Onpa company, who owned the Maxon brand name, developed and began selling a series of effect pedals in Japan. Hoshino Gakki licensed these for sale using the name Ibanez outside of Japan. These two companies eventually began doing less and less business together until Nisshin Onpa ceased manufacting the TS-9 reissue for Hoshino Gakki in 2002.

Tube Screamers

Based on the earlier Overdrive I and II pedals, Hoshino Gakki began releasing the first Ibanez Tube Screamer, the TS-808 in the late 1970s. These contained the famed JRC4558D integrated circuit (IC). Many players consider this one of the best solid state pedals to emulate the sound produced by an overdriven vacuum tube guitar amplifier.

Over the years, Hoshino Gakki released many different kinds of pedals bearing the Ibanez Tube Screamer name. The first was the TS-9 Tube Screamer, which included only a few component changes and often, but not always, different ICs. In 1985 the Master or L series were introduced and sold only for a year. Many claim that in this series, there's no Tubescreamer. Looking closer circuitwise shows that there is one but in the disguise of the Metal Screamer with slightly changed component values. The name change was most likely for marketing reasons.

Based on the Master series but with slight changes in housing in 1986, the Power Series were introduced, which included the TS-10. Like many of the Master and Power Series pedals, there were not many differences in the circuitry between these and their 9-series counterparts. To make production cheaper, these pedals used circuit board-mounted potentiometers (pots) and jacks. In 1992, Hoshino Gakki began re-issuing the Ibanez TS-9. Then in 1996, Hoshino Gakki added a CE mark to the back of the Ibanez pedal, which is required for it to be sold in Europe.

In the early 1990s, Hoshino Gakki released the Ibanez Soundtank series, which, except for the first run which was metal, had cheap plastic enclosures and like the Power Series before it, used less expensive parts. Around 2000 came the Tone Lok series, and the TS-7, which included a switch for added gain. In 1998, the new TS-9DX was introduced, which included a 4-way switch for capacitor changes and changes in the clipping section. Then in 2002, Nisshin Onpa stopped production of the TS-9 for Hoshino Gakki. Post-2002 circuit boards say Ibanez instead of Maxon.

Due to popular demand, Hoshino Gakki reissued the Ibanez TS-808 in 2004, complete with the JRC4558D chip. Original TS-808's, and to a lesser extent, TS-9s, have become highly collectible. Many overdrive pedals in production, especially those by "boutique" manufacturers, are a modified version of the Tube Screamer circuit.

erial Numbers

Approximate Ibanez Serial Numbers (non Acoustic)

Japanese Ibanez Serial Numbers

1997 and after (CE logo designation)
* F = FujiGen
* YYXXXXX format
* YY = year (98=1998)
* XXXXX = production number

* F = FujiGen
* H = Terada
* I = Ida Gakki (Iida)
* YXXXXX format
* Y = year (2=1992)
* XXXXX = production number

* MYYXXXX format
* M = Month (A = Jan to L = Dec)
* YY = year (82=1982)
* XXXX = production number

Most Ibanez models with this serial number format were made by FujiGen Gakki. Exceptions are the Ibanez Blazer models which were made by Dyna Gakki and theAxstar by Ibanez models AX40, AX45, AX48, AXB50, AXB60, AXB65, AX70, AX75 which were made by Chushin Gakki. The Ibanez Axstar AXB1000 model was made by FujiGen Gakki.

Korean Ibanez Serial Numbers

C = Cor-Tek (Cort), S = Samick(1990-1995), S/SQ = Saehan(Sunghan), P = Peerless (Iida), Y = Yoojin, A = Sae-In.
* YYMMXXXX format
* YY = year (03=2003)
* MM = month (01=Jan..12=Dec)
* XXXX = production number

E = Sung-Eum
* YMMXXXX format
* Y = year (9=1999)
* MM = month (01=Jan..12=Dec)
* XXXX = production number

W = World
* MYXXXX format
* M=month (1=Jan .. 9=Sep, X=Oct..Z=Dec)
* Y=year (3=2003)
* XXXX = production number

Indonesian Ibanez Serial Numbers

I = Cor-Tek (Cort) Indonesia, K = KWO
* YYMMXXXXX format
* YY = year (03=2003)
* MM = month (01=Jan..12=Dec)
* XXXXX = production number

Chinese Ibanez Serial Numbers

Z = Yeou Chern, J=Sejung
* YYMMXXXXX format
* YY = year (03=2003)
* MM = month (01=Jan..12=Dec)
* XXXXX = production number

Odd Ibanez Serial Numbers
* 2940000 Acoustic
* 2 = Cor-Tek (Cort) Taejan
* YYXXXX format
* YY = year (94=1994)
* XXXX = production number
* Ibanez Ghostrider model numbers GR=Cor-Tek (Cort), MGR=Samick

Older Acoustic
* YYMM (Kato)
* YY = year (82=1982)
* MM = month (01=Jan..12=Dec)

Silver Cadet model
* Z = Woo-sin

Pickup Serial Numbers

Ibanez and Greco Nisshin Onpa (Maxon) pickup serial number format consisting of 5 numbers up to and including 1977.Ibanez Super 70 pickups have the same serial number format.

*First number = Nisshin Onpa (Maxon) pickup code (1, 2, etc)
*Second number = Year (7=1977)
*Third number = Month (0=Jan ... 9=Oct then .=Nov, X=Dec)
*Fourth and Fifth number = Day of Month (01-31)

Ibanez and Greco Nisshin Onpa (Maxon) pickup serial number format consisting of 6 numbers from 1977 to 1982.

*First number = Nisshin Onpa (Maxon) pickup code (1, 2, etc)
*Second number = Year (9=1979)
*Third and Fourth number = Month (01=Jan ... 12=Dec)
*Fifth and sixth number = Day of Month (01-31)

Ibanez "Super 70" pickups made by Nisshin Onpa (Maxon) had a alnico 8 magnet. Ibanez "Super 58" pickups made by Nisshin Onpa (Maxon) had a alnico 3 magnet. Ibanez "Super 80" pickups made by Nisshin Onpa (Maxon) had a ceramic magnet. All of the above pickups DC resistance is approximately 7.5-8.0 kilohms.


External links

* [http://www.ibanez.com/ Official site]
* [http://www.wikizic.org/Ibanez/ Ibanez guitars and bass museum] - Ibanez instruments database, resources, user reviews, pictures
* [http://www.hoshinogakki.co.jp/hoshino_e/history/history.html History of Hoshino Gakki Co., Ltd.]
* [http://www.guitarattack.com/destroyer/lawsuit.htm Origins of Ibanez and the Lawsuit Models]
* [http://www.ibanezregister.com/ Ibanez Register] - Gallery of past and present Ibanez guitars and basses.
* [http://www.ibanezrules.com/ IbanezRules] - Buy/Sell used Ibanez guitars, technical guides, catalogue scans, manuals, wiring diagrams, etc.
* [http://www.chrisbsmusic.com/hisofibguit.html Ibanez History] - Ibanez History
* [http://www.guitar-resource-center.com/ibanez_guitars.html Ibanez Guitar Reviews] - Reviews of Ibanez Guitars
* [http://www.geocities.com/louferri The Ibanez JS site]
* [http://www.ibanez87.it/ ibanez87.it > ...Ibanez galore!]
* [http://www.sixties-ibanez.com/ Ibanez 1950s and 1960s catalogues]
* [http://www.jemsite.com/ Jemsite]
* [http://www.ibanezregister.com/history/nuno/nuno-richlasner.htm Rich Lasner from Hoshino USA interview]
* [http://www.mr-ibanez.com/ The Mr-Ibanez Collection] - collection of rare vintage ibanez guitars


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