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1994 TV750 GQBS
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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.

The first generation of Talman guitars were assembled in Japan by FujiGen. The pickguard assemblies were pre-wired in Korea and dropped into bodies in Japan(*need citation). The other notable feature of the Talman TV series were the "Resoncast" bodies. Similar to vintage Danelectros, the manufactured composite gave the guitars a lighter weight and resonant body.

The TV750's resoncast body has a gravure quilt style top & back. A gravure birds-eye maple neck with a 22-fret rosewood fingerboard is attached using the Ibanez all access neck joint (AANJ). Components include a Gotoh made TZ100 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.

The TV750 was produced only for 1994.

Specifications

Specifications for TV750
Model name: TV750
Year(s) produced: 1994
Sold in: USA
Made in: Japan
Finish(es): GQBS (Gravure Quilted Brown Sunburst)
Body
Body type:
Solid body
Body material:
Resoncast w/ gravure quilted maple top
Neck joint:
AANJ
Bridge:
TZ100 tremolo
Hardware color:
Gold
Pickguard:
White
Neck
Neck type:
Talman
Neck material:
1-piece maple
Fingerboard material:
Rosewood
Fingerboard inlays:
Pearl dot
Frets:
22 / medium
Electronics
Pickup configuration:
HSH
Bridge pickup:
Sky FBV-1 minihumbucker
Middle pickup:
Sky STV-1 lipstick
Neck pickup:
Sky FBV-1 minihumbucker
Controls:
1 volume / 1 tone / 5-way lever

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