ARZ307 2012 Model is a guitar from Ibanez ARZ series of Les Paul shaped instruments made with modern metal guitarists in mind. 24 frets, mighty pickups, modern bodies and supreme playability are the strong points of these models. ARZ307 2012 Model is a solid bodied single cutaway model with a body made of mahogany. It`s arched top is bound in white, and has no pickguard. ARZ3017 2012 Model is available in black gloss color option. The bridge on this model is a Full Tune III with a stoptail, an Ibanez version of tune-o-matic bridge with a stoptail bar. It is, the same as the rest of the hardware, plated in chrome. The pickups on this model are two humbuckers placed in the bridge and neck positions. Controls department consists of a master volume, master tone and a three-way toggle switch. The neck is made of three pieces of mahogany with an ARZ contour and set-in joint. The fingerboard sports 24 medium sized frets. ARZ307 2012 Model is one of the novelties which will be represented at the NAMM 2012 Show. The MSRP is set at $598.
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