Ibanez IC-210 Iceman 1978 w orig. case Only 115 made!

Ibanez IC-210 Iceman 1978 w orig. case Only 115 made!

Good Condition


Ibanez IC-210 Iceman

Color: Tobacco Sunburst

Modifications/Repairs: None

Case: Original hard shell case

Cosmetic Condition: Very Good (-) with lots on dings, scrapes, marks, etc. This one was well-loved and well-played, has the scars to prove it and looks all the meaner for it! 8 out of 10 condition

Operational Condition: Fully-functioning

Description borrowed from Ibanezwiki.com


The IC210 is an  solid body electric guitar model introduced by  for 1978. It was made in Japan by  and replaced the similar .

The IC210 features a mahogany body mated to a set-in 3-ply rock maple neck with a 22-fret ebonized rosewood fingerboard with binding and pearloid parallelogram position markers. Components include a Gibraltar fixed bridge, a Quik Change tailpiece, a specially designed Triple-coil pickup with a 4-position rotary coil-split selector, a bone and brass nut, Sure Grip knobs, and Velve-Tune II machine heads. The output jack is mounted on the face of the guitar.

The 3-pole, 4-way rotary coil selector functions as follows:

  • Position 1: Neck coil + dummy middle coil (hum cancelling)
  • Position 2: Bridge coil + middle coil (non hum cancelling)
  • Position 3: All three coils in series
  • Position 4: All three coils in parallel

As few as 115 IC210s were produced — 68 in 1978 and 47 in 1979

The IC210 was discontinued after 1979.