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Ibanez JS2410 Joe Satriani - Muscle Car Orange
Plug in with the Ibanez JS2410 Joe Satriani solidbody electric guitar, and you'll instantly know you're holding a precision musical instrument. Even when you're shredding solos the JS2410 is incredibly comfortable to wear and play, thanks to its smooth and curvy design and the special JS neck profile. And you'll be exploring tones for weeks - you get two DiMarzio humbucking pickups, plus push/pull coil tapping and highpass filter. Factor in player-focused features like the Edge tremolo and 6105 frets, and you'll see the Ibanez JS2410 Joe Satriani is in a league of its own.
Thin, rigid neck and treated frets for maximum playability
You'll find that the JS neck profile on the JS2410 gives you a solid fretting foundation while allowing you to play as fast as you like. It's a three-piece maple/bubinga neck too, which is more rigid than one-piece neck and transfers vibration better. And no matter how fast you shred, you won't shred your fingers - the 6105 frets on the JS2410 have received Ibanez's Prestige treatment, which smooths down the edges for an amazingly fluid feel.
Dual DiMarzio pickups serve up unexpected tonal versatility
OK, you wouldn't expect anything less than powerful, rich tone from DiMarzio humbuckers. There's a Satch Track humbucker at the neck and a Mo' Joe humbucker at the bridge, chosen for their tonal tenacity and strong output. But the JS2410 also packs a push/pull tone control to coil-tap the bridge pickup. That gives you access to single-coil tones too, greatly expanding the tonal range of the JS2410.
Highpass filter enhances highs when you roll your volume down
If working your volume knob is a big part of your playing style you'll love this - the volume control on the JS2410 houses a push/pull highpass filter. It prevents you from losing your high-frequency edge when you've got your volume rolled back. This lets you keep your definition and edge when you're cleaning up your tone, then easily switch to full-bore tone when you want to send your amp into overdrive territory.