This new Ibanez guitar features set-neck construction, superior hardware, and a mahogany body for warm tone and sustain. Other features include medium frets, the infamous Gibraltar III bridge combined with the Quik Change tailpiece, and IBZ Lo-Z active pickups.
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At the 2009 Music & Sound Awards, the Ibanez ART300 electric guitar was voted "Electric Guitar Of The Year". This new Ibanez guitar features set-neck construction, superior hardware, and a mahogany body for warm tone and sustain. Other features include medium frets, the infamous Gibraltar III bridge combined with the Quik Change tailpiece, and IBZ Lo-Z active pickups. These Ibanez Lo Z pickups can handle anything from traditional tones to metal mayhem!
For over 30 years, the classic Ibanez Artist guitar has provided a real, high quality alternative to ˝the other famous mahogany double humbucker.ţ The more recent ARX and ART single cutaway guitars offer new, striking finishes, active pickups and more modern variations on the set-neck Artist theme at unprecedented low prices.
From its beginning in the 1970═s, the Artist Series was immediately recognized as a high quality, great sounding guitar. Order yours today from Andy's Music and join the legacy.
Features: Neck Material: Mahogany Neck Type: ART set-in Body: Mahogany body/ Scalloped Maple top Frets: Medium frets Fingerboard: Bound Rosewood Inlay: Diamond inlay Bridge: Gibraltar III bridge Neck PU: Lo-Z1-N Bridge PU: Lo-Z1-B HW Color: CK Finishes: BKC (BLACK CAIMAN) Optional Case: AR100C
The ART300 features the Caiman finish, a unique texture created by the scalloped top. This unique top combined with dark stained finishes has the look of reptilian skin.
Ibanez original LoZ pickups have made the active pickup sounds accessible for anyone from starters to professionals. Operated by AA batteries, which are more widely available than traditional 9V batteries
Gibraltar III Bridge/Quik Change III Tailpiece
With the addition of the Quik Change III tailpiece, string changes are a snap on the Gibraltar III bridge. Its simple rigid design is perfect for harder playing styles.