Paul Gilbert's signature PGM30 was made exclusively for the Japan market in the mid 90's. It has a super fast and slim playing neck. The Ibanez Lo TRS system keeps the guitar in tune super well even with divebombs and other major use of the tremolo.
This is a very odd example of this guitar, the previous owner noted this was a prototype of this, but I have not been able to confirm that. The cavities are read as pictured, and the Ibanez logo was only embossed and not printed. The serial number is the same as any other production line guitar.
This guitar shows a few signs of cosmetic wear from over the years such as scratches, chips, and dents on the body as shown in the photos. The Ibanez logo is only embossed on the headstock as shown. Part of the tremolo arm holder has chipped off but it still functions just fine and the back nut screws are missing. The frets are used but still have plenty of life and the electronics work as they should.
The tremolo arm has been added and the bridge mounting studs appear to have been replaced. The screws for the back of the nut are missing. The guitar otherwise appears to be original.
The tremolo arm is not a perfect fit, but it does function properly.
Includes the pictured gig bag.
Make: Ibanez Model: PGM30 Paul Gilbert Signature Year: 2000 Fretboard Material: Rosewood Scale length: 25.5" Weight: 7.69 pounds Nut Width: 1.72" Neck Width at 12th fret: 2.04" Neck Thickness at 1st fret: 0.71" Neck Thickness at 12th fret: 0.83" Case/bag: Includes the pictured gig bag Made in Japan
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