Ibanez SC320

Ibanez SC320

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SC320, STC-Shaped Guitar from Ibanez in the SC/SCA series.

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Ibanez SC320 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Ibanez
  • Model: SC320
  • Series: SC/SCA
  • Category: STC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 07/08/2006


This guitar is very good and very good pickups two humbuckers. This is nice....

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Ibanez SC320 user reviews

Average Score:4.3( 4.3/5 based on 4 reviews )
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 1 user review25 %
 1 user review25 %

akinates06's review"I love it but I did not buy this guitar yet..."

Ibanez SC320
Made in Japan and for 1998 years...
Ibanez guitar to create a more interesting way and came up with this. They described it as a mix between S and radius, but its the little things are kind. Guitar bolt-on maple neck and rosewood fretboard, 22 frets, dot inlays, a vintage-style tremolo, two humbuckers, one volume, one tone and a five way switch and has a mahogany body.


A strange point of the guitar scale length is only 25 inches. This is a strat body and trying to create a PRS scale length, but I wanted a Les Paul Custom It's tone. It's ... different. Fretwork on this issue was kind of iffy, and ends slightly sharp. They had to be round if I keep this guitar. Nut was not bad, but it has to be greased. The guitar has all access neck joint, without any problems so I was able to get a higher pitch. This kind of heavy and light guitar as beautiful as they tend not to resonate as a big fan of heavy guitars.


This stock humbucker was pretty terrible. Good thing this is thanks to a versatile five-way switch. You neck position, series, parallel, neck, divided into two inner coils simultaneously, there are two humbuckers and the bridge pickup. With this configuration, you can get all kinds of great tones. However, the buyers themselves were very boring and bland sounding. They lacked clarity and cleans in the calculation of earnings was quite distressed. If you're going to keep this guitar, I would recommend replacing a pickup.


This can be quite difficult to find and nezaman find them, they go very cheap. They worked out great for backup guitar, but to play them just need a bit of work to get it right, I got it. Ibanez line sound a bit compared to some other guitar can be hit or miss. I actually personally, I would have a normal S series.

Hatsubai's review"Odd scale length"

Ibanez SC320
Ibanez set out to create a more interesting guitar, and they came up with this. They described this as a mix between the S and the Radius, but it's kind of its own little thing. The guitar has a mahogany body with a bolt-on maple neck and rosewood fretboard, 22 frets, dot inlays, a vintage style tremolo, two humbuckers, one volume, one tone and a five way switch.


The guitar's oddest point is that it has a scale length just over 25 inches. It's almost as if they were trying to create a PRS scale length with a strat body but wanted the tone of a Les Paul Special. It's...different. The fretwork on this was kinda iffy, and the ends were slightly sharp. They needed to be rounded if I were to keep this guitar. The nut wasn't bad, but it needed to be lubricated. The guitar has the all access neck joint, so I was able to get to the higher frets without any issues at all. It was kinda heavy, and I'm not a huge fan of heavy guitars as they tend to not resonate as nicely as lighter guitars do.


The stock humbuckers in this were pretty awful. The good thing is that this is very versatile thanks to the five way switch. You have the neck position is series, neck in parallel, two inner coils split, two humbuckers on at the same time and the bridge pickup. You can get all kinds of awesome tones with this configuration. However, the pickups themselves were very dull and bland sounding. They lacked clarity under gain, and the cleans were pretty dismal. If you're going to keep this guitar, I recommend a pickup replacement.


These can be pretty hard to find, and when you do find them, they go very cheap. They can work out great for backup guitars, but they need a bit of work to get them to play just right, I've found. The tone can also be a bit hit or miss compared to some of the other guitars in the Ibanez line up. I'd rather have a normal S series, personally.

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

Ibanez SC320
Ben is not good foto
pity she is so beautiful ...
handle bne
double micro
5 rglages possible and incredible versatility


Well am not a pro so I'll just say that the neck is thin, neat in ACCS Acute very easy, and it sounds lgre ds tt styles
I chose to ca elsewhere (pop rock funk reggae tt passes with ease) I use it with a marshall 100W lamp JC900
small enough for me is slight a toy that sounds pb ss


Marshall100w used with my lamp, it sounds clear
the faster settings allow to pass a warm, round sound funky or sound very clean,
in short it's hard to find fault


I bought it pls month ago, used
I agree in order to 10/40 altener between solo and Rhythmic
short, through the red hot portishaed Keziah Jones ks choice sinclair reggae ...
it does not make me good fo
the price is right (second hand I have to pay 800euros =) model with ebony fret s)
and the look is original
= short) for an ibanez (I did not like this brand too far) I find, as will understand vs. Very handy and very versatile
If had to choose I'll take the same!

Misty56's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Very enjoyable to play"

Ibanez SC320
An excellent finish Made in Japan ", beautiful flamed maple top, with a fixed bridge where each string can be adjusted. Treble accessible, two humbuckers and split adjustable. 5 position selector not very explicit, volume and tone.


A handle end, nicely finished in rosewood for the model 420. It is a highway where the finger spin. The weight and shape make it an easy instrument to manipulate. Almost a girl guitar, a scratch of metal perhaps.


Bought for its looks, its ease, its finish, it should suit a lot of music, but I have not found mine. The sound is mostly fat, but not much character really. It is a modern guitar it should be used with a multi-effects.


I kept 3 years, but sold for a studio LP more temperamental. I obviously missed his featherweight and beauty of his table, but the Gibson suits me better. Bought second hand a bit expensive (500th) to a lightning strike, it has sold well, so it's certainly a very good guitar.

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