The MTM100 is a solid body electric guitar model introduced by Ibanez in 2012. It is a signature model of Mick Thomson, lead guitarist for the American band Slipknot and part of the MTM series.
Along with the new MTM10, the MTM100 replaced the RG-bodied MTM1 and MTM2. The body of the MTM100 and MTM10 is borrowed from the Glaive series, which is part of the Ibanez' X series of extreme-shaped guitars.
Features of the MTM100 include a maple and walnut Wizard III neck with neck-through construction, mahogany body wings, Mick Thomson's signature Seymour Duncan Blackouts EMTY pickups and a fixed bridge.
The MTM10 is a more affordable, mass-market version of this model.
The MTM100 was discontinued after 2014 when Thomson switched back to the RG body with the new MTM1.