As for resale value, they're still going for about $100. not a single scratch or anything! well 50 bucks on ebay. This woudl pyut in in line with the cheapest martin (DMX?) A friend of mine is selling me this guitar (IbanezV300Madein Japan) it's in mint condition as if never played, it has pickups in it, Is that standard? : Mine is a solid top acoustic that was made completely out of mahogony except for the head stock which is a cheesy laminate looking wood. I need an insurance estimate for replacement value so if anyone has any ideas I'd be very grateful - cheers, Mal :0). Personally, I'm snatching up every one I can get my hands on. I might be some help to u. i wouldn't mind any info you've already found. Posted by philippe de la haute on Tue, 01/06/2009 - 16:45. It's a great guitar but I also cannot find any details about the guitar anywhere. Love it. Posted by Ivan on Mon, 11/14/2016 - 08:35. I guess we praised it a little too much and people eventually caught on. I'm not a great guitar expert or anything, but the Ibanez just played and sounded great, so that was became my "knockaround" guitar, although it sounded so good I always was very careful with it! It was a toss up between a Takemine guitar, but I decided to go with the Ibanez and am glad I did. Copyright © 1999 - 2020 , All Rights Reserved. Posted by Alex Harris on Thu, 06/21/2001 - 09:23. So far I have one. Posted by Martin on Sat, 11/27/2004 - 04:58. some of you have stated that this model is a solid top and some that it is not?? UTILIZATION I play almost every day over and tried various open tuning pase above all, … Posted by jim manningham on Fri, 07/07/2006 - 22:57. It sounds pretty good. I bought a black V-300 at a yardsale in Marin, CA in 1996 for $100, no case. Top guitar for only Eur. Copy the characters (respecting upper/lower case) from the image. Lucky You, Don. Too bad they're so rare. I've checked and my serial number is 800424 (so it can't be the date)Those of you who can't find a serial number mine is on the base of the neck looking through the soundhole. I am very interested. It was my first guitar and was build in 1977. In any event, I've seen a few other websites that purport to know the meaning behind the serial number. I can't find the receipt although I'm sure it's here somewhere. http://www.t3-kundenserver.de/htmlpages/redasys/_core/databases/t_meinl-uploads/1979_ibanez_acoustic_guitars.pdf, : Hi, Tina, The V stands for Vintage, James was right that MH stands for Mahogany. I recommend DR's. Far better than any Chinese, Indonesian or Korean dreadnought and probably comparable to an $800-$1200 Martin or Gibson. They often need setup work, take it to a luthier and have him adjust the action. I already had a nice K.Yairi guitar that I paid roughly $800 for, and I wanted a guitar I could bang around. I have had it set up three times in the 25 years I have been playing it. The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly. Posted by tina on Mon, 06/19/2006 - 07:09. : I bought this guitars for my father around 1983. I would love to know what model code V300MH stands for - is this a solid top? Just play and enjoy. Thank you. I have ibanez vintage v300 but it said in the sound hole is 910101 my father gave me this guitar since 1996 i wonder how is the value for my ibanez can somebody tell me??? Anyway, money value is of no importance. Posted by JMK on Thu, 02/13/2014 - 11:55. I bought this guitar new in Hamburg in 1982. Select your preferred way to display the comments and click "Save settings" to activate your changes. That's good and bad. I'm posting about it because i am getting ready to buy a new guitar and am looking to upgrade. had mine since about 1981. very fine grain on the spruce top. If you find an Ibanez V300 from a local pawn shop, give it a try. Posted by dave on Mon, 06/20/2011 - 20:30. I also have a Gibson j100 but I play my Ibanez more than the Gibson. Posted by Collan on Mon, 03/30/2009 - 16:39. Problem is, I always thought that the Ibanez V300 was a 1980's guitar. It has rosewood back, sides and fret board and a spruce top. Ibanez V300 Reviews / Tweet. Any information you can give me woudl be helpful , a friend sthat plays selected this for me as I know nothing abot guitars. 2 pc back. unlike my last girl friend I think I'll keep this one. Ibanez V300 is a very nice basic guitar. I bought it new in 1986 in Auckland New Zealand, and have carried out one modification, putting in a bone saddle. Does anybody know what this "S" means? Just bought an v300 in a junk shop, for just under $50!! I have an old hand-me-down guitar. Posted by Mal on Wed, 10/20/2004 - 07:15. This site is published by Hitsquad Pty Ltd. I've no idea about value or anything, I can't find any information on it. le son de l'ibanez manque un peu de basse mais la jouabilité est surprenante avec son action basse ! I have an Ibanez v300 left handed version. Japanese 82-I think having the S / N.guitare audio!! Posted by james on Sat, 07/15/2006 - 19:04. More information about formatting options, Contact | Contents | Privacy Policy | Forum. I own a Taylor 855 12 string and a Taylor 912 ce and I swear to God it has better action and plays better than both. Hi Jane, Scratch that. Posted by Loic on Thu, 02/23/2006 - 11:49. [read more on Audiofanzine] Ykstyyppi rated this unit on 2003-05-27. The Ibanez V300 was a midrange value guitar from Japan manufactured in the 80's. Posted by Mal on Wed, 10/20/2004 - 07:27. The Ibanez V300 was a midrange value guitar from Japan manufactured in the 80's. 1981 Ibanez V300 Acoustic Dreadnought, Natural With Hardshell Case Free Shipping! I took it to Nico Volpe (more than a luthier...an artist)who returned me the instrument with a very low action and some fret work. It is amazing!

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