The ID120 is a solid body electric guitar model introduced by Ibanez in 1989. It was part of the short-lived Dyuke series which was offered only in Japan.
The Dyuke line features a body style reminiscent of the Fender Stratocaster. It's an offset, double-cutaway shape with horns that are a bit shorter and wider than those of the RG body.
The ID120 features an ash body with bound flame maple top bolted to a maple neck with a bubinga stripe and a 24-fret bound ebony fingerboard with dot position markers. Components include Ibanez Lo-Z active pickups with a humbucker and the bridge and single-coils in the middle and neck positions, an Edge double locking tremolo bridge with a locking nut and Gotoh tuning machines. It has a gold-tone pickguard into which the electronics are mounted.
Controls consist of a master volume and two other knobs which control separate EQs for treble (±20 dB @ 6 KHz) and bass (±13 dB @ 500 KHz).
The entire Dyuke line, including the ID120, was discontinued after just one year of production.