Play with deadly precision thanks to the Ibanez Q54's highly adjustable Mono tune bridge, articulate R1/Q58 pickups, and Wizard C roasted maple neck.
- 18 x
- 12 x$83.33
- 8 x$125.00
- No Credit Check6 x$166.66
- No Credit Check4 x$250.00
Submitted November 18, 2023 by Steve T in Brooklyn, NY
"Fine addition to the collection"
Verified Customer zZounds has verified that this reviewer made a purchase from us.
Online reviews say "ergonomic." That's right. On a strap, it leans back just a little, into a very comfortable, balanced position. Fit and finish are very good. Some reviewers note that it needed a setup out of the box. That's right. Action was high, but dialed in easily. Bridge saddle heights are good for the 12-inch radius, so I only needed to tighten the truss rod a bit. I plugged it into the Princeton without pedals, a touch of reverb, sounds great. The range of tones is impressive. The guitar is light. Mine is 4 pound 5 ounces. Forty years I broke my back hauling and wearing heavy guitars, which is why I was looking for a light headless. This is going to be my main carry-out guitar. Thanks zZounds for great, fast service as ever.
singer writer guitarist composer
folk, rock, classical
Did you find this review helpful?
Thanks for your opinion!