Ibanez Pat Metheny PM2 Archtop Electric Guitar

Ibanez Pat Metheny PM2 Archtop Electric Guitar


Pat Metheny was born in Lee's Summit, Missouri. His father Dave played trumpet, his mother Lois sang, and his maternal grandfather Delmar was a professional trumpeter. Metheny's first instrument was trumpet, which he was taught by his brother, Mike. His brother, father, and grandfather played trios together at home. His parents were fans of Glenn Miller and swing music. They took Metheny to concerts to hear Clark Terry and Doc Severinsen. Metheny's interest in guitar increased around 1964 when he saw the Beatles perform on TV. For his twelfth birthday, his parents allowed him to buy a guitar, which was a Gibson ES-140 3/4. Metheny's life changed after hearing the album Four and More by Miles Davis. Soon after, he was captivated by Wes Montgomery's album Smokin' at the Half Note which was released in 1965. He cites the Beatles, Miles Davis, and Wes Montgomery as having the biggest impact on his music. Now Ibanez partners with Metheny to produce the axe the drives the Pat Metheny Group. neck type: PM 3pc Mahogany/Maple set-in neck body: Maple top/back/sides fretboard: Bound Ebony fretboard w/Acrylic & Abalone block inlay fret: Medium frets w/Artstar fret edge treatment bridge: ART-1 bridge tailpiece: KT30 tailpiece neck pickup: Super 58 (H) neck pickup (Passive/Alnico) string: Flatwound strings nut: Bone nut hardware color: Gold case/bag: Hardshell case included

Model: PM2AA
Manufacturer: IBANEZ
Ibanez Pat Metheny PM2 Archtop Electric Guitar
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