กีตาร์ไฟฟ้า IBANEZ JEM7V-WH Signature Steve Vai
The JEM7V, also known as the JEM7V WH (white), is a JEM series solid body electric guitar, It is a signature model of American guitarist Steve Vai. It was produced in Japan by Fujigen. The first builds were made in 1992 solely to Steve Vai himself, and was introduced by Ibanez in 1993.
The Signature series comprises of various Ibanez models that were adapted to the needs of the artist by using more or less extensive modifications correspondingly. The basic idea of a Signature guitar is that the artist in question can replace “his” guitar if necessary almost anywhere and on the other hand, the inclined guitarist can play the same model as his idol. Many features of Signature guitars have now found their way into series production.
neck type : JEM prestige
body : Alder w/ basswood veneers
fretboard : Ebony fretboard/Tree of Life inlay
fret : Prestige edge treatment
number of frets : 24
bridge : Edge tremolo w/ Ultralite tremolo arm
string space : 10.8 mm
neck pickup : DiMarzio® Evolution® (H)
middle pickup : DiMarzio® Evolution® (S)
bridge pickup : DiMarzio® Evolution® (H)
factory tuning : 1E,2B,3G,4D,5A,6E
string gauge : .009/.011/.016/.024/.032/.042
hardware color : Gold