Ibanez BTB300BG
Ibanez BTB300BG

BTB300BG, 4-string bass guitar from Ibanez in the BTB series.

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Average Score:4.5( 4.5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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Value For Money : Excellent
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heads on fire11/01/2011

heads on fire's review"Great bass for the money."

Ibanez BTB300BG
Bubunga top over mahogany body
Smooth satin finish on body and neck
Traditional 'old school' 34" scale, this was the only model in the BTB line to feature this scale (I believe)
Mono Rail 2 Bridge design to enhance sustain and easy intonation for each string
Rosewood fingerboard, pearl dot inlays
22 Medium frets
Ibanez SPJ4 "J-style" pickups
White Gold/cosmo nickle hardware
EQB-IIB 2-band Equalizer
Warwick Rockbag soft case included
Neutrik locking output jack


The winning factor in this bass is that it is so easy to play. Fingerstyle, pickstyle, McCartney thumb style, slap and pop, double slap thumb ala Victor Wooten, tapping, harmonics...this bass excels at all of the above. It is easy to reach all frets, and it is balanced properly - no severe neck dive or anything like that. It feels comfortable standing or sitting, and it always draws comments due to its looks - it looks traditional-ish, but still has a decidedly modern flair. It does have a very nice finish on it, to boot!


Great sounding instrument! One thing that helps with that is the individual bridges for each string - it imparts a crisp, piano-like bell tone to all the strings, and there are no dead spots or strange frequencies. Each string, each fret sounds great. The electronics are no slouch either - many different tones can be coaxed out of this bass, from growly, to farty, to smooth, to thumpin'. Notes will ring out with sheer power and sustain. This bass is fantastically versatile.


If you find one on the used market and are looking for a good bass, this is it! Great sounds and playability make for a smooth, hassle-free instrument. This bass provides a lot of fun for very little dough, and is still a good professional quality bass guitar. I'd definitely recommend it to anyone. I just want to find a 5 string version now!

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

Ibanez BTB300BG
The BTB is the site REFERENCE amricain, not on the site franais. I bought Albaynac Music (42 - St Etienne) for $ 500 new.
mics: SPJ-4N Ibanez and Ibanez Neck PU Bridge PU SPJ-4B

Volume 1 knob
knob select one of the micro
Lequalisation is on two tapes (EQB-IIB 2-Band) with a double knob HIGH / LOW

There is a quadruple bridge that spare the four strings and can be no "bad" vibration of the strings diffrent.
The neck has 22 frets for both strings and 23 frets Premire for both dernires
The neck is 3-wood'm DIFFERENT, which can avoid the deformation of the handle.

The color is a kind of varnish raw or one way all the grooves of the wood (walnut flat: WNF). a more than pretty well with his body trs drawing.


The BTB is pretty lightweight and maneuverable on trs scne as BPS (sitting or standing).
Its shape is more than work.
Laccsa the 23rd freight is simple enough, but in terms of freight for the strings of the MI and is a little bit harder ...

A small catch, it must be able to handle connatre ringing the nickel, if any apparatrons freeze.


Trs simple for the slap, but also agree for musicians who love returned to the grave. (Who make the walls vibrate :-)

I play on my last SWR LA15. for my style of music is nikel.

Freeze some so as good SETTING THE despite me and a luttier.


I use it for 6 months and I am glad that +!
For the price this is a BTB trs qualitprix good value!

With such a style, and finish the same, go for it!