Ibanez ICT

Detailed Description

This deluxe molded case is designed to fit X series ICT Electric Guitars. Accept no substitutes! Protect your investment by insisting on the genuine article. Generic look alike cases designed to fit everything rarely fit anything right. Only Ibanez cases and bags are made to fit the unique shape of Ibanez guitars and basses. If it doesn’t say Ibanez on the case, it isn’t an Ibanez.

Iceman 700

Ibanez smashed through conventional guitar looks with the Iceman guitar, in one of rock’s most unforgettable shapes. 24-fret mahogany monsters for those who want to let loose an avalanche of rock.


Model Number – ICT700
Series – X-Series Iceman
Colour – Black
Body – Mahogany Wing body
Neck – 5pc Wizard II Maple/Walnut neck-thru
Frets – Jumbo frets
Pickups – x2 DiMarzio® D Activator X
Controls – x1 Volume, x1 Tone
Pickup Switching – 3-Position Blade
Bridge – Gibraltar Custom bridge
Hardware – Black
Pickguard – N/A

White Ibanez Iceman

I’m soon to purchase a WHITE IC300 from the local Guitar Center. This is a factory white model with the logo in black, cream binding, pickguard, and truss cover. As something of an Iceman connoisseur, I’ve only been aware of the IC300 in black, black with the pickguard, and then a very limited run of a navy blue color with pickguard. The guitar is Korean and the serial # is C422414. Can anyone in the know tell me some more about this guitar or/if there are others like it?

Thanks a lot 🙂

Ibanez ICE

  • Year: Unknown
  • Manufacturer: Ibanez
  • Model: Ice Man
  • Case: Hard
  • Color: Black
  • Condition: Very Good
  • Description: Affordable version of Kiss’s iconic guitar. Complete with high output dual Humbuckers, great tuners and radical shape. Comes with plywood hard shell case to make touring or travel a breeze.

Kiss Paul Stanley Guitar

KISS musician Paul Stanley says rock stars shouldn’t look “like your neighbour”.

The rocker and his bandmates have built their career on their huge personalities, shocking make-up and elaborate stage shows, and Paul thinks bands who dress in regular clothes and don’t make an effort “doesn’t deserve your money”.

The singer-and-guitarist exclusively told BANG Showbiz: “The notion of a rock star looking like your neighbour doesn’t deserve your money. Whether its music or movies, people want something larger than life. Why aren’t there more around now? Maybe because it’s not that easy, it’s a craft.”

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Despite there being a huge emphasis from the band – which also includes Gene Simmons, Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer – on their image, Paul is adamant their music is always his number one priority.

He said: “Ultimately it’s got to be about the music, all my heroes when I was small were preaching rock ‘n’ roll. It was like church, and I’m glad to be up there with a spectacle, but when I saw Humble Pie, Derek and The Dominoes, Led Zeppelin, they were all about the songs.

“We may have taken it over the top and turned it into something else, but at the heart and soul of it, we’re a rock ‘n’ roll band and we understand the concept of writing a song, not an exercise in j***ing off.

“A song should be, by the second chorus, familiar enough that you can sing along.”

Paul was speaking at a preview of the new KISS Monster Book, a huge three foot by two foot tome which features full colour photos from the band’s 40 year history, and is limited to 1,000 copies worldwide. For more information, visit KissMonsterBook.com

Kiss also release new single Hell or Hallelujah this week and play the Forum, in London, on Wednesday (04.07.12) to raise funds for Help For Heroes.