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AR300 is a model name that has been applied to several distinct Artist series solid body electric guitar models produced by Ibanez.

These include:

  • AR300 (1979–1987), made in Japan by FujiGen Gakki, ebony fretboard, Ibanez Super 58 or Super 80 pickups
  • AR300 (1990–1992), made in Japan by Iida Gakki, ebony fretboard, DiMarzio PAF Pro pickups
  • AR300 (1996–1998, Japan), made in Japan by Terada, ebony fretboard, Ibanez Super 80 pickups
  • AR300 (1997, Korea), made in Korea by Cort, ebony fretboard, Ibanez Super 80 pickups
  • AR300 (2004–2006), made in Korea by ???, rosewood fretboard, Ibanez Super 58 Custom pickups, no Tri-Sound switches, chrome hardware
  • AR300 (2007), made in Korea by ???, rosewood fretboard, Ibanez Super 58 pickups, no Tri-Sound switches, gold hardware

AR300 variants are:

  • AR300L (1979–1981), made in Japan by FujiGen, left-handed version
  • RAR300BM (1996), made in Japan by Terada, burl mahogany top, spot model for Rock Inn (Japan)
  • SAR300G (2004), made in Korea, mahogany body with solid finish, rosewood fretboard, Ibanez Super 58 pickups
  • AR300RE (2008–2011), made in Japan by FujiGen, rosewood fretboard, Ibanez Super 58 pickups

Some closely related models include:

  • AR305 (1982–1987), made in Japan by FujiGen, burl mahogany top
  • AR305 (2007), made in Korea, burl mahogany top
  • AR320 (2012–2014), made in China, flame maple top, Super 58 pickups
  • AR325 (2012–2017), made in China, figured bubinga top
  • AR330 (1982), made in Japan by FujiGen Gakki, birdseye maple top, Super 58 pickups

See also:


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