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Ibanez AZ2204B Prestige AZ Series Electric Guitar, Black

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The AZ2204B is an AZ series solid body electric guitar model introduced by Ibanez for 2020. It is produced in Japan by Fujigen as part of the upscale Prestige line.

The AZ2204B features an alder body bolted to an S-Tech roasted maple oval C shaped neck with an S-Tech roasted maple fingerboard with 22 stainless steel frets, black dot position markers and luminescent side dots. Components include Seymour Duncan Hyperion pickups mounted in a black pickguard with a humbucker at the bridge and single-coils in the neck and middle positions, a Gotoh T1802 two-point synchronized tremolo bridge with titanium saddles, an oil-impregnated bone nut, an angled output jack and Gotoh locking tuning machines with height-adjustable posts.

 

Model: AZ2204B-BK

SPECIFICATIONS

neck type

AZ Oval C/S-TECH WOOD Roasted Maple neck

top/back/body

Alder body

fretboard

S-TECH WOOD Roasted Maple fretboard/Black dot inlay

fret

Jumbo Stainless Steel frets/Prestige fret edge treatment

number of frets

22

bridge

Gotoh® T1802 tremolo bridge

string space

10.5mm

neck pickup

Seymour Duncan® Hyperion™ (S) neck pickup Passive/Alnico

middle pickup

Seymour Duncan® Hyperion™ (S) middle pickup Passive/Alnico

bridge pickup

Seymour Duncan® Hyperion™ (H) bridge pickup Passive/Alnico

factory tuning

1E,2B,3G,4D,5A,6E

strings

D'Addario® EXL110

string gauge

.010/.013/.017/.026/.036/.046

nut

Bone nut

hardware color

Chrome

Brand

Ibanez

Ibanez is one of the first Japanese musical instrument companies to gain a significant foothold in import guitar sales in the United States and Europe, as well as the first brand of guitars to mass-produce the seven-string guitar and eight-string guitar. The company has an impressive lineup of products ranging from instruments to pedals and accessories, and have recently raised standards and eyebrows with the new AZ Series, which Josh Smith described as the best superstrat he’s played in a long time.