The pic is crap, but the guitar is here and tomorrow I'll buy the batteries so that I can take proper pics with the pro-camera. EDIT: PICS Added First of all...first NGD since I'm here, I have gone through a lot of hard financial times, and it was a lot since my last guitar purchase, and even this one is not a high tier super blaster axe, but I'm so goddamm happy. I always dreamt to have an S since I played an FGM100DY of a friend, I kind of sweared that I would have never purchased another S before an FGM100. But I realized that for a good time I won't be able to afford one, even if I find one. I had been in search for a guitar for a good time. First it was a Falchion, because I love the shape, the I had been searching a superstrat or a V with maple fretboard, possibly no inlays and 24 frets. Mid tier class, between, 300 and 550 euros, because I had intention to mod it. Found some things here and there between LTDs and Jackson (I'm brand agnostic even if I have mostly Ibanez) but nothing really clicked until I saw this S. It's in really good shape, except for a little dent on the front input of the jack, but I have intention to address the problem. But anyway I was lucky enough that the guitar belonged to a keyboard player that recorded trip-hop stuff and had the occasional need of an open guitar chord, so the frets had little to no wear. The other minor issue is the volume pot that is very loose and whenever I go near it with my hand the volume goes down. The specs, classic mahogany/maple/rosewood Ibanez combo, with ZR bridge with ZPS and Infinity pick ups. It came with a Rock-bag hard case, which is good, even if a bit too big for the guitar. Now, my luck has been that the luthier who set it up for the previous owner swapped the bridge pick-up with a Seymour Duncan, "it should be a JB but I have not good knowledge of pick-ups". Then...when I plugged the guitar in I had the certainty it was a JB, as with my poor rig, the guitar sounded like it came out of "Symphony Of Destruction", which means I played Megadeth songs for 2 hours...but the sound is also good for Satriani and other tech stuff as it is very clean and articulate. The Infinity pick-ups are...one of the worse thing I ever heard in my life, very inferior to any other stock Ibanez pick-up I listened too, so they will have to go. The guitar is very very comfortable and I'm so happy with the purchase, I have great access to all the 24 frets (I finally can play the Serrana sweep on it, damn you G maj sweep), which for my wide hand is quite rare, the wood resonates great and with full body. Basically it's already one of my favouritre guitar, so simple yet so beautiful and with great character, but it needs something to be perfect. First of all I need to address that little dent, for which I'll buy some black vynil or carbon fiber sheet, made a part to cover that dent plus a pair of GT-Sport like stripes on the back of the bridge. Then...the poly finish behind the neck has to go, the neck is fast, but I'd rather have the very little gloss gone for good. The Infinity pick-ups have to go...soon. I so wanted a Perpetual Burn in bridge position for a while, so I think I will stubbornly put that pick-up in bridge position and try the JB on the neck, still don't know what to put in mid position (which I almost never use). But yeah, gimme some good suggestions dudes I think I'll probably put TripleRing system and pick-up covers...but I went to the SD site and didn't see black satined covers, only gold and nickel ones, which I'm not that ford of. Lastly, pots, the loose one drives me mad, so I think I'll put 500k pots and fry the Heavens And a good shielding of the cavities. Can't wait to have this white lady fully set and spec like I'm dreaming. Very cheap guitar but it will give me lots of happyness.