Ibanez AT200

Ibanez AT200

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AT200, STC-Shaped Guitar from Ibanez in the Andy Timmons series.

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  • Manufacturer:Ibanez
  • Model:AT200
  • Series:Andy Timmons
  • Category:STC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 07/16/2006

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Ibanez AT200 user reviews

Average Score:4.5( 4.5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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Hatsubai's review"Less features than the AT300 but not bad"

Ibanez AT200
Andy Timmons is a pretty famous Ibanez user, so it was only natural for him to get his own signature model. This particular one is a bit different from the 100 and the 300. The guitar is based on the SA body, and it has a mahogany body, maple neck with a rosewood fretboard, 22 jumbo frets, dot inlays, Ibanez vintage style tremolo, HSS configuration with Ibanez pickups, HSS configuration with two volumes, one tone and a five way switch.


The guitar is put together nicely. The frets were top notch. There were no issues when it came to crowning issues, and the edges were beveled nicely so they wouldn't cut your hand. The nut was cut decently and the strings would glide in them. However, it was a touch deep. This could be because of normal wear throughout the years or somebody messing with it. However, I'd like to see the slots a little higher for ultimate tremolo stability. The tremolo itself isn't too bad, but I like the Wilkinson on the AT300 better. That's more of a personal opinion than anything else as the bridge is still fairly solid. The neck joint on this is the AANJ, and it's super easy to get to the higher frets on this thing. It wasn't an overly heavy piece of mahogany, so there were no issues with weight.


The guitar sounds decent, and the reason it only sounds decent is thanks to the Ibanez pickups that were installed. Unlike the AT300, this has some standard, run of the mill Ibanez pickups in it. They sound kinda bland and don't have the character I love from DiMarzio pickups. The guitar itself was nice and resonant, so no issues in that aspect. The bridge is thick sounding, but it's not the clearest out there. The neck and middle have that kind of P90-ish tone going on, but the AT300's pickups excel at that much more.


If you're looking for an alternative to the AT300, this is worth checking out. However, they can be very hard to find given that they were only made for a few years and their destination was more geared towards Europe and Japan. If you do decide to get one of these, replace the pickups. Once you do, it'll bring new life into this guitar that it didn't have before.

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

Ibanez AT200
* In what country does she makes? (USA, Japan, Mexico, France ...)
Ibanez AT-200 AV manufactures in Japan (factory Fugigen)

* How many frets, what kinds of microorganisms and their configuration?
22 frets, original G104 and G109 with 2, this guitar specifiers
* What type of bridge (Floyd, Wilkinson ...)?
standard synchronized tremolo

* What are the rglages (volume, tonality slecteur microphone ...)?
GENERAL AND 1 volume 1 for neck pickup (practice: o)) and 1 Tone Gnrale

* What type of neck?
Channel status (same version AT300 hand inlays are here points)

Mahogany body idem AT300.

Gotoh: Mechanical

Note 8 as tuners and vibrato are my opinion not the overall level of guitar and deserves to be changed for Sperzel VSVG and like its big on the AT300.


* The handle is it pleasant?
Very good run, falls quickly in the hand, not too flat nor too round, Ibanez prestige of Happiness!

* CASC to acute (latest freight) is it easy?
Accs very easy (same model AG or RG)

* Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
Ergonomics notament pleasant place with many knobs and jack in the guitar giving way to vibrato.

* Gets it easy to sound good? ...
It very quickly gets a good sound, love Timmons, there is now a bit of overdrive (BB preamp and recommended a good dlai (Deluxe Memory Man rigor). That's where the guitar, the sound is beautiful with a blend of endless sustain, warmth and slamming. The proper balance between the warm sound of mahogany (Gibson) and the attack of the stratum. 10 without any regrets !


* Are they suitable style of your music?
Ideally, this is a super strata Sonen Timmons course but replaces my opinion, a good strat-air, crunch or distortion. Probably not for the size mtal though ...

* With what (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) do you play?
Mesa Boogie mainly Caliber DC-2.

* What kind of sound you get and with what rglages ("crystalline", "fat ",....)?
The sound remains warm and round with the original pickups (I wonder if EMEM worth being famous for changing dp187 and AT1).

* What are the sounds you prfrez that hates you?
I love the neck and bridge position primarily, the environment remains very usable.


* For how long have you been using it?
I received this day and it's a real blow to the heart. A true rgal play.

* What is the specific feature you like best, the least?
Tuners and vibrato deserves to be replaced to be a great guitar, can be a microphone to test a bit more dynamic but still very good.

* Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
Yes, not bad for 25 years ... Fender (Start U.S., tl), Tokai (breezysound) SA ibanez prestige, prestige RG, Gibson, Cort ...

* How do you report qualitprix?
Excellent price quality ratio used but difficult to find. I also great on its AT300 and did not plir.

* With the exprience, you do again this election? ...
A 200% Ouiiiiiiiii

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