Paul Stanley of KISS favored the Ibanez Iceman in the late seventies and Ibanez offered him a chance to develop his own signature model. He liked the shape of the Artist 2663 model and made changes to that model as his ideas came to fruition in the PS10 model. The PS10 first appeared in the 1978 Ibanez catalog, although it may have been available for purchase prior to catalog printing. Paul Stanley (rhythm guitar, vocals) played an Iceman for the next 4 years. Look inside the album cover of KISS ALIVE II for a live shot of him with the Iceman.
The PS40 is a more affordable version of this classic and features a poplar body, slim maple neck and Ibanez Infinity R humucking pickups.
|neck type||PS Maple neck|
|fretboard||Rosewood fretboard w/White dot inlay|
|bridge||Full Tune III bridge|
|tailpiece||Full Tune III tailpiece|
|neck pickup||Infinity R (H) neck pickup (Passive/Ceramic)|
|bridge pickup||Infinity R (H) bridge pickup (Passive/Ceramic)|