Drool worthy 1979 MIJ Ibanez SA-100 semi-hollow body electric. All original, loaded with two Ibanez “Flying Fingers” Super 80 Humbuckers. $1999 with HSC!

  • Body:
    • Material: Maple
    • Finish: Sunburst, Natural, or other finishes depending on the specific model
    • Construction: Semi-hollow body with a solid center block
  • Neck:
    • Material: Maple
    • Construction: Set neck
    • Scale Length: 24.75″ (629 mm)
    • Finish: Gloss
  • Fingerboard:
    • Material: Rosewood
    • Radius: 12″
    • Frets: 22 medium jumbo frets
    • Inlays: Pearl block inlays
  • Headstock:
    • Shape: Traditional Ibanez design
    • Logo: Ibanez logo inlay
  • Hardware:
    • Bridge: Tune-o-matic bridge with a stop tailpiece
    • Tuners: Ibanez branded die-cast tuners
    • Pickguard: Black or tortoiseshell, depending on the finish
  • Electronics:
    • Pickups: 2 x Ibanez Super 70 humbucking pickups
    • Controls: 2 x Volume, 2 x Tone, 3-way toggle switch
  • Binding:
    • Body: Multi-ply binding on the top and back
    • Neck: Single-ply binding
  • Pickups:
    • Neck Pickup: Ibanez Super 70 humbucker
    • Bridge Pickup: Ibanez Super 70 humbucker
  • Dimensions:
    • Body Width: Approximately 16″
    • Body Depth: Approximately 1.75″
  • Weight: Approximately 8-9 lbs (3.6-4.1 kg)


  • Semi-Hollow Construction: Offers a blend of solid body sustain and hollow body resonance.
  • Classic Aesthetic: Vintage design with high-quality appointments and finishes.
  • Versatile Electronics: Super 70 pickups known for their clarity and punch, suitable for a variety of genres from jazz to rock.
  • Craftsmanship: High-quality build typical of late 70s Ibanez guitars, known for their attention to detail and playability.

Artists Known to Use Ibanez Semi-Hollow Guitars:

While the SA-100 model itself might not have specific high-profile artist endorsements, Ibanez semi-hollow guitars from the late 70s have been used by various musicians appreciating their build quality and tone:

  1. George Benson – Though more commonly associated with the Ibanez GB signature models, Benson’s influence on Ibanez’s semi-hollow line is notable.
  2. John Scofield – Another prominent jazz guitarist known for using Ibanez semi-hollow guitars.
  3. Larry Carlton – While primarily a Gibson ES-335 player, Carlton’s style and sound are similar to what players of the SA-100 might seek.

These guitars are favored for their ability to deliver rich, warm tones suitable for jazz, blues, and rock, and their craftsmanship reflects the high standards of late 70s Ibanez instruments.

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