Picked this up from GC on Monday of this Week. It is an Ibanez AR325. Designed after the ones from the 70’s that were built in Japan. I would say similar quality to the PRS SE Standards. It was built in China. This one was used but in great shape. Bought it over a hundred less than what I have seen listed elsewhere used. It plays very well. Does not feel short like a Les Paul does to me. I mainly play Fender scale though. Feels like a big 335 length, but with a smaller body. Lighter than all of my other guitars. Also thinner than a Les Paul. Carved top With tummy relief as well. The pickups are Ibanez Super 58’s and sound quite good. It does not have the deepness of a Les Paul, more like a Cross between a Les Paul and 335 type guitar. Body wood is okoume and fretboard is Jatoba. The fretboard looks similar to rosemary, but feels like ebony. Okoume is supposed to look and sound like mahogany, but I have no clue. Never heard of either before bought this guitar. after some research I found that G&l, ESP and others use both Woods. The top Looks like bubbinga to me, but Ibanez says it is quilted maple. I would imagine a veneer as well. I have read elsewhere that it is bubbinga. It is also one piece and not center joined. Frets are medium to medium jumbo looking and finished very well. It’s gonna get a fret level though. The neck is three piece like my Ibanez AS83. It is not thick but not thin as well. Seems like one of my old AL2500’s. The neck feels Les Paulish, and although 24 3/4 scale, the guitar has a Fender scale length feel to it. The pickups are Super 58’s and sound quite different than the Guitar Madness 57’s that I have in my Ibanez SZ. They are brighter, have a tad more mids and a bit less bottom end. Are not as hot either, but the GM pickups are not considered hot pickups. Might be due to body styles as well. They can be split into singles and and parallel. They call it Tri-Sound. Single mode is just ok and parallel quite is interesting. The not so good. The pots turn very easily and the jack seems cheep. Also lots of treble loss if you turn the volume back. Will need a treble bleed added. Took the back cover off to find some dime sized pots. Might switch them out as well as the jack. Also the quick change bridge as it it called is anything but quick. Have one on another Ibanez. Still in the honeymoon stage. But I like it so far. Picks from earlier this week . No more pics until another day. Riding out a tropical storm at the moment.