The BL300 is a Blazer series solid body electric guitar model introduced by Ibanez for 1980. It was made in Japan by Dyna Gakki. The Blazer series is a line of guitars with styling similar to the Fender Stratocaster.
The BL300 features an ash body bolted to a rock maple neck with a 22-fret maple fingerboard with black dot position markers. Components include three Ibanez Blazer SB single coil pickups mounted in a black pickguard with a phase switch for the middle pickup, a machined brass fixed bridge and Velve-Tune Mini II machine heads.
For 1981 the headstock shape was changed, the number of frets was reduced to 21 and the tuners were changed to Smooth Tuner IIs.
The BL200 is a similar model with a pair of humbucking pickups. The BL350 is a similar model with a tremolo bridge. The BL400 is a similar model with Super 6 pickups.
The BL300 was discontinued after 1982 along with the entire Blazer line.
Specifications for BL300 (1980–1982)
Model name: BL300 (1980–1982)
Year(s) produced: 1980-1982
Sold in: Worldwide
Made in: Japan
Finish(es): Natural (NT) / Traditional Violin (TV) 1980–1981