Ibanez V300

Ibanez V300

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V300, Dreadnought Steel String Guitar from Ibanez in the V series.

5 user reviews
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Ibanez V300 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Ibanez
  • Model: V300
  • Series: V
  • Category: Dreadnought Steel String Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 12/26/2005

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Ibanez V300 user reviews

Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 5 reviews )
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MGR/Anonymous's review"Ibanez V300"

Ibanez V300
I bought this one from a pawn shop. It cost 200 euros.

Action is just perfect. All the frets are easy to play and there is no fret buzz. The sound is very bright and clean. The guitar resonates very well.

Hmmm... nothing.

Mahogany back, spruce top. Rosewood neck (probably) with polyurethane finish. Good quality.

Ibanez V300 is a very nice basic guitar. It's a great for both beginners and professionals. If you find an Ibanez V300 from a local pawn shop, give it a try.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com

papifouine's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" A marvel"

Ibanez V300
1976 japan solid spruce mahogany sides and bottom multiwall mahogany V-mechanical are original (I bought 760 Francs translate into euros and take into account inflation)


cash cumbersome as it should, but a round of hell


You can play a bit of everything with this one it sounds could not be more balanced style Gibson no bass, no treble kind Martin Takamine or two words like say young IS TOO TOP


At 65, it is still one of the best acoustic I've tried.
My son in his Parisian career has tried hundreds of all kinds and all costs, but does not sound as good for him (I completely agree)
I hope my grandchildren if they are one day musicians will appreciate the true value
Finally she is PERFECT

albou's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Time machine to go back in the attic ..."

Ibanez V300
Dreadnought acoustic guitar-type made in Japan in the mid-80 (1984-1985 specifically). It has a quickdraw unbelievable and feels the full vintage sunburst nose especially ages.
An easel "classic" for this kind of scratching, 6 pins, short pass ...
20 frets medium.
No electronics as it is 100% a guitar folk.
A spruce top and sides, the back and neck are nato (neutral characteristics, similar to mahogany) and the key is rosewood.
Materials midrange but you will see that it does not really prove anything!
The chrome tuners have suffered the ravages of time and I can make them look, change the screws and grease. Now, nothing wrong, it is!


Regarding the handle, it is a plain! It is perfect for any style of acoustic music. The only problem I was faced with the handle is made when crossed, I never takes very long because of cramps. That's why I made strikethrough "on Hendrix" (ie, using the thumb for the bass, so I can play longer). But with the use of open chords IS THE FOOT!
No problem regarding the weight or size, even if it is a good chunk!
Do not have a cutaway we will not do with solid, at least not in the extreme treble.
The sound ... ah ... See below = D!


The sound is simply MA-GNI-fic! Whether Rock, Folk or Country, it provides! A brilliant, no comparison with the guitars of the same brand today: the time has hurt the brand it seems.
I seem to hear a Martin or Gibson P = Harvest, arpeggios or chords, I am a fan. (With fingers, picks or picking!)
In the end, it's the sound that I could not find below € 800, so I'm thrilled!
However, to play jazz that does not really work: the sound is "too bright" but it is not a guitar made for this kind of music, so no complaints (in fact, it works pretty well when we play with fingers near the junction body / neck).


This is my first guitar and I still use today as the first folk guitar. I do séparerais for anything!
With the handle requires a lot of strength and steel strings, you can play anything after starting there.
I really love everything about this guitar, the sound, the look, the handle ... I do not see any downside to him and having been free, I had a lot of luck = D
But in the end, I filled those who will pay more than € 700 to acquire a model of equivalent quality as it was probably listen to the equivalent of € 300-400 maximum.
Time passes, my friends, time goes by ...

cosmikjaxx's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Ibanez V300
- It's an acoustic guitar factory in Japan, 70/dbut late 80s, I think.

- 20 frets


- The handle is trs enjoyable play.

- Access in acute is impossible because the pan is not coupbr />
- The interface is perfect, sitting as standing.

- The sound is beautiful, a real warm sound perfect for a good rhythm, enough for a thundering guitar of this price (I trust the argus)


- It's perfect for rock ballads and blues, but also knows how to be more biting for the rocks, it sounds girders can qi'on Player Characters in power chords

- I love his sonorirs, there is not that I dislike.


- Fifteen years is my guitar every day but I have also recorded with

- What I like most is the sound, it is amazing what I like least is that it is unfortunate that one can accder to more acute with such a

- I have an Ovation Celebrity CC 157 and it does not really distance compared

- Well, it's a gift, I do not really know what she originally cot, but I would say excellent!

- A thousand times YES! I will also certainly one of the four lectrifier to live! For scratches that seemed to have more than 25 years, I find it like new!

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