Where are Ibanez guitars made?

Answer The Hoshino Gakki Group founded the Ibanez guitar brand. Its headquarters is located in Nagoya, Japan, where Ibanez guitars (as well as TAMA drums and percussion instruments and accessories) are de... Read More »

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Where are ibanez guitars manufactured?

Ibanez guitars are manufactured in Japan by the Hoshino company. Originating as a sheet music store in Nagoya in 1908, Hoshino purchased the Ibanez name in the 1960s and began shipping original gui... Read More »

What wood is an Ibanez Artcore AS73 made with?

According to the Ibanez Artcore AS73 specifications listed on the Ibanez website, the neck of the AS73 guitar is mahogany, while the body of the guitar is constructed from maple wood with a rosewoo... Read More »

What type of wood is an ibanez artcore guitar made with?

The Ibanez Artcore series includes several models of hollow-bodied guitars. Most have maple tops, backs and sides. The AG 95 is constructed of burbinga. Necks are often a combination of mahogany an... Read More »

Are Gretsch guitars made in the USA?

While founded by a German immigrant, Gretsch Guitars were manufactured in the United States through most of the company's history. However, a small number of instruments were assembled in Japan dur... Read More »