Sunday, 13 March 2011
POST # 525 EBAY PRICE GUIDE: IBANEZ JOE SATRIANI JS90HAM. Hand signed COA. MINT!!
A mint condition Joe Satriani limited edition model from 1998 with autograph. How much would satch fans snap it up for?? Find out at the end of the post! Here's the blurb from the seller.
IBANEZ JOE SATRIANI JS90HAM. Hand signed COA. MINT!!
This is an IBANEZ JS90HAM JOE SATRIANI limited edition model made in honor of the 90th anniversary of the Hoshino Gakki mother company in 1998. The full specs are at the bottom but the highlights are the versatile electronics, push-pull coil split (choose between single coil or humbuckers sound) and high pass filter, DiMarzio pickups (one PAF and one FRED), ebony fretboard (beautiful!) and of course the mystic color that is a treat to the eyes; the green/blue/purple tones that as you move the guitar, change and blend into each other, I had never seen paint like this.
Now, the guitar itself is simply in mint condition, as if you just got it from the store, even the plastic wrap is still attached to the electronics cover. How is that? it has less than 10 hrs of playing time. Seriously, it still has the original strings. I can send you more pictures upon request.
As a nice bonus, my Certificate Of Authenticity, in addition to the printed signature, comes hand signed by the Man himself. I met Joe Satriani at the back of the Houston Verizon Theather after his 2001 G3 concert (07/06/2001). The white folder that holds it is slightly bent since I had to battle the crowd to get to Joe, but the COA as the guitar are simply perfect, the signature, done with a sharpie, is clear with no ink "bleeding". I'm also including a picture that I took during the climax of the concert where you can see John Petrucci and Steve Vai playing along with Satch.
The custom case is included and to round the package is also perfect condition.
If this is the JS model you've been after, well, it think it cannot get better that this.
Good luck to all!!
Ended: Feb 09, 201112:43:36 PST
Bid history: 24 bids
Winning bid: US $2,200.00