The TV750 is a Talman series solid body electric guitar model introduced by Ibanez in 1994. The Talman series is a retro-styled guitar reminiscent of the Fender Telecaster or a Danelectro.
Although the Talman guitars were assembled in Japan by FujiGen, they were the first Ibanez guitars to feature Korean hardware, with pickguard assemblies pre-wired in Korea and dropped into bodies in Japan. The other notable feature of the first Talman models was the "Resoncast" body, which was basically just a marketing term for medium-density fiberboard. This design decision also helped keep costs down.
The TV750's resoncast body has a gravure quilted maple top and is bolted to a maple neck with a 22-fret rosewood fingerboard with dot position markers. Components include a floating synchronized tremolo bridge and dual Sky humbucking pickups flanking a Sky lipstick-style single coil mounted over a sound cavity on a white pickguard.
This model was only sold in the USA. The TV650 is an identical model that was offered in Europe and Japan.