Ibanez AFS75T

Ibanez AFS75T

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AFS75T, Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitar from Ibanez in the AFS series.

12 user reviews
Prices starting at $500 Average price: $525

Ibanez AFS75T tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Ibanez
  • Model: AFS75T
  • Series: AFS
  • Category: Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 01/20/2012

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Ibanez AFS75T user reviews

Average Score:4.7( 4.7/5 based on 12 reviews )
 8 reviews67 %
 4 reviews33 %
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MGR/Anonymous's review"Ibanez AFS75TTBL"

Ibanez AFS75T
I always wanted an electric guitar, so I ask
my parents if they could get me an inexpensive one's. They told me that I can't
get it till my birthday, so I waited for several months to finally get it. We went to
Victor's music shop looked around for quiet
a while, then, my eyes got caught with this
blue beautiful color and the body shape I've been looking for for just the price we can afford. We paid $330 for a beautiful piece of equipment.

Well, the Ibanez AFS75TTBL is such a blessing for me cause since I got it, I have
never played like this before. It's beautiful body structure, it's lightweight that's just perfect, and the sound of its wonderful pick-ups, makes me go crazy when I
playe it.

So far, I like everything that it possess,
and I would like to learn more about it.

The construction is superb. I have had this
guitar for about a year now and I'm still totally in to it. It's totally amazing how Ibanez come up with this product.

Well, the bottom line is if you don't have this guitar, or you are planning to get one
this is the right one for you. You can never go wrong. This holiday season this the right gift for your love one's. Happy Holidays!

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

moosers's review

Ibanez AFS75T
The Ibanez AFS Series AFS75T is a hollow body electric guitar that is both built well and quite affordable. I'm not sure where the guitar is being made, but it's not the United States. It's got two ACH humbucker pick ups and vibrato whammy bar. The neck is made from mahogany and has 'artcore' neck set-in and goes by the name Artcore as well.


The action on the Ibanez AFS Series AFS75T is quite good. It's easy to play up and down the neck, and although I've only played the guitar a few times, it felt good to play right from the start. The vibrato bar is awesome and easy to manipulate and won't bend the guitar out of tune. It should be easy to get a good sound from the guitar if you know how to play well, as the two pick ups should be more than enough to work with. Each pick up has it's own volume and tone knob and there's a three way pick up selector, with the third option being a combination of both pick ups.


I really like the overall sound of a Ibanez AFS Series AFS75T. While it's not going to match something like a Gibson ES335, it's in the same vein and meant to be that kind of style. Maybe I'm just a sucker for hollow body guitars, but it's really nice and open sounding while still having a nice amount of woody density. You can get a nice array of different sounds between the two pick ups, which should be more than enough for players to work with. It's also kind of loud when not plugged in, making it easy to noodle around with when you don't have an amp handy or just want to play it unplugged.


The Ibanez AFS Series AFS75T is a must see for anyone looking for a nice hollow body guitar at an even nicer price. I like this guitar more than Epiphone's version of the 335, but of course it doesn't match the classic Gibson version. Still, it's a nice substitute if you can't afford a bona fide 335 or other top end hollow body guitar. At less than $500 US dollars, the Ibanez AFS Series AFS75T is a great deal in the world of hollow body guitars!

Plexus02's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" A guitar like that!"

Ibanez AFS75T
Taken on a site selling instruments:

hollow body electric guitar.
model: cutaway
Body: Maple
color: red transparent
round mahogany (Artcore), glue (set-in)
Frets: 22 medium
pitch: 628 mm (24.75 ")
key radius: 305 mm (12 ")
bridge: ART-2 Roller Bridge
Tremolo: Vintage Vibrato VBF70, licensed by Fred W. Gretsch Enterprises, Ltd. US
hardware: chrome
Neck Pickup: ACH1 humbucker (dual-coil)
pickup: ACH2 humbucker (dual-coil)
settings: 2x volume, 2x tone, micro switch 3 positions
volume and tone knobs with non-slip finish


This guitar is a comfortable, well balanced, with a nice play to run. Obviously, this is a quarter of cash, access to acute is therefore more difficult than on a Stratocaster or a Telecaster for example.

For me it is a guitar that I love playing.
That said, it can go awry pretty quickly if we are not careful (floating bridge), so it requires regular adjustments, but it is the case for all guitars of this type if you want to optimize the maximum.

Also, mechanical deserve to be better (they are mechanical standards for this price range, they do not move too much, but when you are used to having very good mechanical that do not move, it lacks).

on the other hand, positive for the Bigsby copy that does not move too much agreement.


This is a versatile guitar with two humbuckers.
It may as well get a clicking sound that's very round. The pickups may be lacking a little fishing time compared to higher-end guitars, but there are nevertheless a great job.

Also, it is better to play the guitar on a tube amp. The sound that is enhanced.
It also responds well to different pedals when coupled with a good amp.

"Negative" point with a fuzz or distortion, it can easily take feedback because unlike quarter of the most famous cases in Epiphone, it has no central beam, so it acts as a semi-hollow and is very sensitive to these larsens (but this can cause effects if you know the game master).


I use it for 4 years now ... and this is a satisfactory guitar in its price range (it has also appreciated in value between the time I bought it and today).

It is can not be upscale, not the best sound that exists (€ 200 more expensive guitars will no doubt better), but this is the kind of guitar you love with some flaws, but especially for its quality, the sound, the look, the comfort of playing ...

For my part I had used, and now I can not sell it, it will follow me to the end!

Backtotheglory's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" A beautiful versatile guitar!"

Ibanez AFS75T
I have to share a line fault (recurring?) On this guitar: the jack is bad, or at least poorly thought out. Indeed, only attached to the body of the guitar with a single screw on the outside, how many times has it happened to me that the screw is unscrewed and end up with the socket inside the body and move several minutes to flog to get her out! I solve the problem by changing input jack. But as I said, maybe this is just a fault on my guitar. Otherwise, most of the configuration on this guitar, such as volume settings / microphones are intuitive and simple. No complaints about the finish at this level.


What surprised me with this guitar is the quality of the handle: it glides above, with access to the most well thought cargo. The game above is really nice: the place is easily crossed, the solos are precise, no "frieze" due to the possibility of adjusting the bridge / the string height.


I put to good not to perfect. This is a guitar, it is true, probably tour for Jazz type music. However, I find it very versatile, with a sound that can be both soft and round, acute or very serious, but also very "fat" / "trash" with a distortion 'well balanced. I mainly play on the Blues or music 60's-70's and it suits me perfectly!


It must be seven or eight years now that I use, and I must confess that level quality / price ratio, I have not found anything better since (except perhaps some Epiphone). It is true that this is not a Gretsch or a nice Gibson, but for someone who plays alone or composed, this instrument will suit perfectly. I would say that this is a guitar that would be in the upper mid-range, with its flaws and advantages, but for a beginner player in launching the electric (my first guitar) already opens many perspectives and game variants If you find a store: do not hesitate, buy it!

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