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The JBM100 is a solid body electric guitar introduced by Ibanez in 2014. It is a Signature guitar of Jake Bowen of the American progressive metal band Periphery. The JBM100 is made in Japan by FujiGen and is based on the RGA series.

The JBM100 features a mahogany body with maple top bolted to a custom neck with a reversed headstock and a 24-fret ebony fingerboard with binding and a special crescent moon inlay at the 12th fret. Components include dual custom DiMarzio humbucking pickups, a Lo-Pro Edge double locking tremolo bridge, a locking nut and Sperzel locking tuning machines.

In mid-2015 the three-piece maple and bubinga neck was replaced by a five-piece maple and walnut construction.

The JBM100 was joined in 2016 by two new Jake Bowen signature models: the JBM20 and the seven-string JBM27, both of which are produced in Indonesia.


Specifications for JBM100
Model name: JBM100
Year(s) produced: 2014–2018
Sold in: Worldwide
Made in: Japan
Finish(es): Gray
Body type:
Solid body
Body material:
Mahogany w/ maple top
Neck joint:
Lo-Pro Edge tremolo
Hardware color:
Black (gold machineheads)
Neck type:
Neck material:
2014–2015: 3-piece maple/ bubinga
2015–2018: 5-piece maple/ walnut
Scale length:
648mm/ 25½"
Fingerboard material:
Ebony w/ binding
Fingerboard inlays:
Special JBM inlay at 12th fret
24 / jumbo (Prestige edge treatment)
Top-Lok III
Machine heads:
Sperzel Trim-Lok
Electronics/ Strings
Pickup configuration:
Bridge pickup:
DiMarzio Titan (H) passive/ ceramic
Neck pickup:
DiMarzio Titan (H) passive/ ceramic
1 volume / 5-way lever
String gauge (factory):
Factory tuning:
1D 2A 3F 4C 5G 6C (drop C)


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Jake Bowen of Periphery on his Ibanez JBM100 Signature Model

Jake Bowen of Periphery on his Ibanez JBM100 Signature Model


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