Updated September 02, 2015
FGM400QM - The classiest of all the FG's, quilted maple over mahogany with a blank deep rosewood board, FGM moniker at the 12th, and flame maple head. Has got to be the flattest radius Ibanez ever made. Excellent condition with a small 2mm dink on the top, a small 2mm dink on the face of the head right on the e of FG Series, and the tip of the head has bruised a wall several times. Detail pics here. In original M100** $1000** GONE**THANKS BRIAN** 10/2/03
- Near Mint - This guitar looks NEW, it's minor blems are very
tough to see on white, and just as hard to get pictures of. There are no chips
and dings, but there is a short wide-ish scratch near the arm contour about 5mm
long, a few patches of little but deeper scratches on the back trailing away
from the pickup cover, and a long squiggly one on the face of the headstock.
Other that a neck joint crack bass side, the rest of the guitar is mint,
including the hardware, and no fretwear. The dome top Sure Grip knobs missing
the rubber O rings which were probably just dry rotted and removed. Plumbers
supply to replace those. This is a flyweight coming in at just about 5 pounds. A
true oddball in the Ibanez line with the rear mounted and adjustable pickups and
the first rear lower cutaway relief on any Ibanez model.
FGM100PS #348 Ė EXC+++ Salmon Gambali with the full signature plate. There is light swirling under the pickups and a small finish crack about an inch above the bridge pup, 2 short 4 and 2mm finish cracks on the back bottom edge, and a circle ding at the corner of the trem cover. There are some light impressions on the back of the neck that canít be felt, and the cosmo rings [should be black but look original] have some type plating issue. It looks to have had an old fret level with no fretwear since. It needs new o-rings on the knobs from plumbing supply. There is no fading, the flash washed out the salmon but in the MVC pics you can see true color. In SKB case.** $1000 AS IS or $1150 all dolled out** GONE** THANKS BERNAT** 4/21/07
FGM100PS - Near Mint 1991 Gambale in Pink Salmon, signed and numbered 663. There's a typical light patch of fingernail pick scratching below the pickups, a 1.5mm dimple/ding on the face that's probably from a clip lock point [one reason I hate clip locks] and 2 very small finish crack on the edge, one on the top edge, one on the bottom edge. 3/8" neck joint finish crack on the bass side, typical dry cracking to the sure grip knob O rings [I'll try and pick up the correct size from plumbing supply], virtually zero fretwear. In it's original clean S M100 with foldover to prevent body from reaching the case rail on the inside.** $1250** GONE** THANKS ANTHONY** 2/10/06
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