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Used Ibanez AR520HFM in Violin Sunburst w/Hardshell Case

Used Ibanez AR520HFM in Violin Sunburst w/Hardshell Case

Regular price $639.99 USD
Regular price Sale price $639.99 USD
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SKU: 4L210800180

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This used Ibanez AR520HFM is in very good condition. It has some light scratches in its finish that can be seen in certain light. The gold hardware has some tarnish/pitting to it from normal use. There is also a little dot of extra finish on the top of the headstock. Comes with a rectangular hardshell case!

SPECS

  • Neck Type: AR / 3pc Maple / Set-In (Smooth Heel) Neck
  • Top/Back/Body: Flamed Maple Top / Okoume Back / Maple Body
  • Fretboard: Bound Jatoba Fretboard / Acrylic & Abalone Block Inlay
  • Frets: Medium
  • Number of Frets: 22
  • Bridge: Gibraltar Performer Bridge
  • String Spacing: 10.5mm
  • Tailpiece: Quik Change Classic
  • Neck Pickup: Super 58 (H) Neck Pickup (Passive/Alnico)
  • Bridge Pickup: Super 58 (H) Bridge Pickup (Passive/Alnico)
  • Hardware Color: Gold
NECK DIMENSIONS
  • Scale: 628mm/24.75"
  • Width at Nut: 43mm
  • Width at 22F: 56mm
  • Thickness at 1F: 20mm
  • Thickness at 12F: 22mm
  • Radius: 305mmR

SWITCHING

When the pickup selector switch is in the neck position, the neck pickup is selected. When the switch is in the center position, both neck and bridge pickups are selected. When the switch is in the bridge position, the bridge pickup is selected. If you have the neck Tri-sound switch in neck position, the neck humbucker is in parallel. If you have the switch in center position, the neck side of the neck humbucker is on. If you have the switch is in bridge position, the neck pickup is in series. If you have the bridge Tri-sound switch in neck position, the bridge humbucker is in parallel. If the switch is in center position, the bridge side of the bridge humbucker is on. If the switch is in bridge position, the bridge pickup is in series.

CONTROLS

With the guitar held in the playing position, there are two knobs located near the lower edge of the body. The one close to the neck is the volume knob and the other is the tone knob. There is also a three-way pickup selector switch oriented closer to the neck relative to the knobs. There are two switches toward the lower bout of the guitar. The switch closest to the bridge is the tri-sound switch for the neck pickup, while the other is the tri-sound switch for the bridge pickup.