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The JEM7P is a JEM series solid body electric guitar model introduced by Ibanez in 1988. It is a signature model of American guitarist Steve Vai. It was made in Japan by Fujigen.

The JEM7P features an American basswood body bolted to a maple Wizard neck with a 24-fret rosewood fingerboard with disappearing pyramid position markers. The fretboard is scalloped above the 21st fret. Components include pickguard-mounted DiMarzio pickups with dual PAF Pro humbuckers flanking a custom JEM single-coil, a double locking tremolo bridge with a locking nut and Gotoh tuning machines.

Like the JEM7 RB, the JEM7P has a wider, unnotched monkey grip.

The JEM7P was discontinued after 1992.

Specifications Edit

Specifications for JEM7P
Name: JEM7P
Years: 1988–1992
Areas: Worldwide
Made in: Japan
Finishes: BK (Black)
Body
Body type:
Solid body
Body material:
American basswood
Neck joint:
Cutaway Heel
Bridge:
1988–1990: Edge tremolo
1991–1992: Lo-Pro Edge tremolo
Hardware color:
Cosmo black
Pickguard:
3-layer black/white/black
Neck
Neck type:
Wizard
Neck material:
1-piece maple
Fingerboard:
Rosewood
Frets 21–24 scalloped
Inlays:
Pearl & abalone disappearing pyramids
Frets:
24 / 6100
Nut:
Top-Lok III
Machine heads:
Gotoh SG38
Electronics
PU Config:
HSH
Bridge PU:
DiMarzio PAF Pro (H)
Mid PU:
DiMarzio JEM Single (S)
Neck PU:
DiMarzio PAF Pro (H)
Controls:
1 volume / 1 tone / 5-way lever

Sources Edit

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