The LR10 is a signature model for American jazz guitarist Lee Ritenour, built in Japan by FujiGen.
Lee Ritenour's relationship with Ibanez began with the development of the 2630/ AS200 in the late 1970s, eventually leading up to them building him a signature guitar, the LR10.
This 1982 LR10 features a semi-hollow, double cutaway body design with a flamed maple top and ivory multi-binding. The back and sides are also flamed maple. There's a hard rock maple center block attached to a set-in mahogany neck with a 22-fret Brazilian rosewood fingerboard with ivory binding and abalone dot position markers. Electronics include custom humbucking pickups with chrome covers and individual volume and tone controls, ivory pickup rings, a German made Tune-o-matic style bridge and Quik Change II tailpiece, a solid brass nut, Sure Grip knobs, and VelveTune II tuning machines.
Original hardshell case is included, as are the original black pickup rings. SCROLL DOWN FOR FULL SPECS
Body type: Semi-hollow body
Top: Flamed maple, w/ Ivory multi-ply binding
Back/sides: Flame Maple
Neck joint: Set-in
Bridge: LR10 special
Tailpiece: Quik Change II
Knob style: Sure Grip (gold)
Hardware color: Chrome
Neck material: 3-piece mahogany/maple
Scale length: 628mm (24¾")
Fingerboard material: Brazilian rosewood w/ ivory binding
Fingerboard inlays: Abalone dot
Frets: 22 medium
Nut: Brass 43mm
Machine heads: VelveTune II
Bridge pickup: Ibanez LR Special
Neck pickup: Ibanez LR Special
Controls: Two volume, two tone, 3-way toggle
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