- Electric Guitar Accessories
- Inspection and Set-up
When Steve Vai teamed up with Ibanez in 1987, little did he realize what a lasting impact his signature model guitar would have. Today, the JEM is an iconic instrument immediately identified with the legendary guitarist. Famous for its distinctive look and innovative design, time has seen this popular, upscale guitar become the most counterfeited model in the world.
In an effort to make the JEM available to a broader fan base, Ibanez has released the JEMJRSP, providing more affordable access to the magic that is the JEM.
The JEMJRSP offers many of the JEM's distinguishing characteristics; the H/S/H pickup configuration, the "Tree of Life" inlay, a double locking tremolo system, and of course, the famous Monkey grip and Lion's Claw tremolo cavity.
- This Bass Guitar Does Not Come with a Bag or a Case
One of JEM's most recognizable features: Steve Vai's signature monkey grip. Crank your amp up, grab that baby and hold on for dear life.
Jatoba Fretboard w/Tree-of-life inlay
Jatoba has a reddish brown color which produces a rich mid range with a crisp high end.
Wizard III Maple neck
Ibanez's thin, flat and fast Wizard neck is strong and sturdy and offers unlimited playability and features a two-octave 24-fret fretboard for a wide tonal range.
- neck type Wizard III Maple neck
- top/back/body Meranti body
- fretboard JatobaTree of Life inlay
- fret Jumbo frets
- bridge Double Locking tremolo bridge
- string space 10.5mm
- neck pickup Infinity (H) neck pickup
- middle pickup Infinity (S) middle pickup
- bridge pickup Infinity (H) bridge pickup
- hardware color Cosmo black
- NECK DIMENSIONS
- Scale : 648mm/25.5"
- a : Width 43mm at NUT
- b : Width 58mm at 24F
- c : Thickness 19mm at 1F
- d : Thickness 21mm at 12F
- Radius : 400mmR
At Easy Music Center, we care for our instruments from the moment they arrive to when they ship to your door. All instruments are stored in a climate controlled environment and put through a 12-point inspection checklist before being shipped.
First, we check the finish of the instrument, carefully inspecting any blemishes on the surface. Next, we check the playability and setup by inspecting and adjusting the truss rod (if available), bridge, nut, and frets to manufacturer factory specifications. Any request made outside of manufacturer factory specifications can incur additional charges for parts and labor. If the instrument has electronics, we test all of the electronic components to make sure they are functioning properly.
After a thorough inspection, we then move on to maintenance. We start by lubricating any moving parts on the instrument, such as tuning machines. We then move on to cleaning and oiling the fretboard along with the frets.
Once maintenance is done, we stretch and tune the strings and play test the instrument. After this, we do a final inspection and clean/detail the instrument before packing it up for shipment.
We’re excited to be a part of your instrument buying experience.