The IC features classic 24.75″ scale length for effortless playability. The bolt-on all-access neck joint allows you to play at the top, a feature typically associated with set-in and neck-thru joints. Mahogany body for rich warm lows and sweet sustain, maple neck, rosewood fingerboard, chrome hardware, and Powersound humbuckers.
- Mahogany body for rich warm lows and sweet sustain
- All-access bolt-on maple neck
- Rosewood fingerboard
- 22 frets
- Pearl dot inlay
- 2 Powersound humbucker pickups
- Chrome hardware
Hey guys. I’m selling my Ibanez Iceman 200. I bought it last year for nearly $400 after taxes. I just bought a Schecter C1 Classic, and would like to sell the Iceman. The Iceman is in great playing. No horrible blemishes. No buzzing frets. No visual or technical defects of any kind. I’ve treated it with great care, and am asking $280 for it. Shipping will be aproximately $25. I will also throw in two packs of Ernie Ball strings (48-11) — my personal favorites.
There’s no mistaking the Iceman for any other guitar. Definitely not in sight and certainly not in sound. Nothing says or plays rock and roll like the Iceman. This new Iceman guitar will bring back those chilling days of yesteryear. This IC200 is an affordable, bolt-neck model with Ibanez’ All-Access neck joint, a mahogany body, and Powersound humbuckers for solid power. It has a 24.75 in. scale maple neck with a rosewood fingerboard. This neck lends itself to strong rhythm and leads.
The IC features the classic 24.75 in., which lends itself to strong rhythm and leads. The bolt on All Access neck joint allows easy access to the upper frets typically associated with set-in and neck thru joints.