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Ibanez AF200

Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitar from Ibanez belonging to the AF series.

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" Jazz ... Jazz!"

Ibanez AF200Published on 12/22/11 at 07:24
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in Japan
Miros super 59
ebony buttons (premium wood)
Ibanez lifts (very good)
model early 90s (I do not know the exact date because bought second hand)

UTILIZATION

oh yes the handle is nice, until then I considered that the stratum was the most comfortable handle but I am pretty enthusiasm to change your mind
Overall usability is superb, the switch between the pickups is easily accessible and makes no noise (clicking when changing micro on LP or strata, for example)

SOUNDS

the knobs react very well, and the change of tone for both pickups, really changes the color of the sound and we move from pure jazz to rock and roll through the blues (but it's a guitar blues &......
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Made in Japan
Miros super 59
ebony buttons (premium wood)
Ibanez lifts (very good)
model early 90s (I do not know the exact date because bought second hand)

UTILIZATION

oh yes the handle is nice, until then I considered that the stratum was the most comfortable handle but I am pretty enthusiasm to change your mind
Overall usability is superb, the switch between the pickups is easily accessible and makes no noise (clicking when changing micro on LP or strata, for example)

SOUNDS

the knobs react very well, and the change of tone for both pickups, really changes the color of the sound and we move from pure jazz to rock and roll through the blues (but it's a guitar blues & jazz than anything else.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a year, as c half cash, I play unplugged at night dérranger pr person
it is not small favorite, aside from the hard rock and metal I can not see what she can not play
value for money is very good, it's the Japanese will not like it much!
what I like most is the sound it gives jazz a peavey classic 30
I highly recommend, but it is rare ..
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Ibanez AF200Published on 09/25/10 at 06:46
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I love beautiful round ouha take caress it is super ...

UTILIZATION

I said I love great hum ...

SOUNDS

FA 200 ESR jAAAZZZ made for his superb round beautiful ...

OVERALL OPINION

yes bcp model I also have a gibson L4 but I'm not far prefer this one ... quitar really beautiful but not found
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  • Manufacturer: Ibanez
  • Model: AF200
  • Series: AF
  • Category: Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 07/01/2006

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Other names: af 200

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