The FA100 is a hollow body electric guitar model introduced by Ibanez for 1977. It was made in Japan by FujiGen.
The FA100 features a full-sized, full-hollow, single Florentine cutaway body design with an arched, laminated maple or birch top (depending on finish) with ƒ holes and ivory binding on maple or birch sides and arched back mated to a set-in maple neck with a 20-fret ebonized rosewood fingerboard with ivory binding and pearl block position markers. Components include a pair of Ibanez Super 70 humbucking pickups with chrome covers and individual volume and tone controls, black plastic pickup rings, a rosewood bridge with rosewood saddle, a custom trapeze tailpiece, a bone nut, a black pickguard, Sure Grip knobs, and Smooth Tuner II machine heads.
For 1983 the knobs were replaced with the new Sure Grip II.
The FA300 is a related model with a slightly larger maple body with a laminated spruce top and curly maple back and sides, a rounded Venetian cutaway, a longer scale neck, an ebony fingerboard and gold hardware.
The FA100 was discontinued after 1981. The somewhat similar FG100 was released the following year.