Guitar Cases

Ibanez AG100C Electric Guitar Case for TM71Ibanez AG100C Electric Guitar Case for TM71

Ibanez Guitar and Bass Cases are the real deal - quality and value, built just for your guitar! Other cases may look like an Ibanez case. But if it doesn't say Ibanez, it isn't an Ibanez. Only Ibanez cases are designed specifically to fit and protect your Ibanez guitar or bass. 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. Ibanez Guitars - A Short History Of A Company With A Long History If you wanted a total history of Ibanez you'd have go back to 1908 when a company named Hoshino began as a sheet music store and later music products distributor in Nagoya Japan. If you wanted a little less completeness than that you'd go back about forty-five when Hoshino began distributing a Spanish guitar named Ibanez. Or perhaps you'd simply go to the Mid 60's when Hoshino, who by that time had purchased the rights to the Ibanez name, began shipping incredibly funky looking guitars to the United States, many of which were actually sold in department stores. But for most of us, Ibanez pretty much begins almost 30 years ago, when Hoshino opened an office near Philadelphia, PA for more efficiently distributing Ibanez guitars to the United States. Most of those guitars were Ibanez' famous high quality (but very inexpensive) copies of just about everything you name it, we probably made a version of it. At that time many American instruments were going through an unfortunate period of increasing prices with decreasing quality, and these copies hit a ready market. But the people with Ibanez weren't content with just copying and Ibanez began making their own designs: the solid body Artists (played by Bob Weir of the Dead) the Iceman (first made famous by Paul Stanley of KISS and the George Benson guitars, the first jazz boxes designed for higher volume stage playing. Many of these 'first' Ibanez guitars continue to increase in value and a good number are now highly prized collector's items. By 1976, the Ibanez copy era officially came to an end when one of the major American guitar manufacturers--no longer amused by the copiers successfully sued the highest profile copier, Ibanez. But by that time it didn't matter Ibanez had already left the copies behind and was fast becoming an innovative guitar company in its own right. By the mid-80's with the interest in instrumental rock guitar on the rise, Ibanez collaborated with players such as Steve Vai, Joe Satriani and Paul Gilbert and brought out the JEM, JS, RG and S models. Today, present day versions such as these models still considered the standard in hard rock and instrumental rock guitars. As well known for its jazz guitars as it is for rock, Ibanez has an impressive li


Ibanez XP100C Electric Guitar Case for Xiphos SeriesIbanez XP100C Electric Guitar Case for Xiphos Series

A hardshell case for the Ibanez Xiphos Series of guitars, the Ibanez XP100C Electric Guitar Case was designed to protect your investment and fit the unique shape of your instrument. The XP100C Case Fits The Following Ibanez Models XPT700 XPT700XH XPT700FX Ibanez Guitar Cases Other cases may look like an Ibanez case. But if it doesn't say Ibanez, it isn't an Ibanez. Only Ibanez cases are designed specifically to fit and protect your Ibanez guitar or bass. Accept no substitutes! 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.


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