Ibanez Reissues PGM1000RE Paul Gilbert Signature, Asks Fans to Vote for Next Reissue

SEE PAUL GILBERT’S NEW 20TH ANNIVERSARY PGM SIGNATURE REISSUE …THEN CAST YOUR VOTE FOR THE NEXT ONE!

Bensalem, PA (March 14, 2009) --At Ibanez, 2009 truly is the Year of Paul Gilbert.  Ibanez has now reissued his original 1989 signature model as the PGM100RE 20TH ANNIVERSARY model. Plus Ibanez is urging fans to vote for which of Paul’s radical-appearance signature models—some of which were originally only available in Japan—should be the next Paul Gilbert Signature Reissue.

Available for order now is the limited edition PGM100RE with its unmistakable combination of metallic blue body complemented by pink painted F-holes and pink DiMarzio pickups. The PGM100RE is limited to just 300 worldwide, with approximately just 150 of those slated for the United States. The Japanese-made PGM100RE features U.S.A.-made DiMarzio pickups, a lightweight basswood body fitted with the Ibanez new Super Wizard (same thin, fast and flat dimensions as the original 1987 Wizard, but even stronger), the original Edge locking trem and a deluxe hardshell case. The list price is $2666.65.

SPECS:
Model:  PGM100RE Paul Gilbert 20TH Anniversary Reissue.
Available Finishes: JB Jewel Blue
Body Material:  Basswood
Neck Material:  5pc Maple Walnut
Neck Scale/Type:  25.5/Super Wizard Prestige 17mm
No. Frets/Type:  24/Jumbo
Fingerboard:  Bound Maple
Inlay:  Sharktooth
Bridge:  Edge Zero
H/W Color:  Cosmo Black
Neck Pickup:  DiMarzio® PAF-PRO®
Middle Pickup:  DiMarzio FS-1™
Bridge Pickup:  DiMarzio® PAF-PRO®
Case:  Hardshell
Case List:  Included


For more information:
ibanez.com

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