You're looking at a vintage 1979 Ibanez Iceman IC100 model made famous by Paul Stanley of KISS. They have one of the most unique body styles of any guitar. This is from the original run of the Iceman from 1975 to 1983. The guitar was a product of Japanese ingenuity and a desire break from copying Fender and Gibson designs and to come up with Japan's own classic body style like America's Les Paul and Strat. Ibanez in the mid-70s began producing guitars on the same level or better than those being produced in the USA.
Ibanez approached Stanley in 1977 while KISS was touring Japan and a partnership was formed. This particular Iceman is in good vintage condition. It has playing wear, most notably some chips noted in pictures, but overall a good player's guitar that still looks really nice. The hardware is all clean and the frets are in excellent condition. Fully bound neck feels great, and the Ibanez Pat Pend tuners work perfect. The Flying Fingers Super 80s pickups are well-known and sought after. Original speed knobs are intact. Guitar is set up and playing well. All electronics are good, and it is ready to play. Original case in decent condition with some tolex on the bottom of case starting to peel.
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