Vintage Ibanez Guitars

by admin on June 20, 2011

Jack Van Breen reviews some vintage Ibanez guitars. While Ibanez started making inexpensive copies of Gibson and Fenders, after they were warned about the American patents, they started making their own designs. The Artist models of the mid 1970s were very nice with excellent quality. Today Jack plays an Artist 12 string and an Artist owned by Steve Miller — one of his four stage guitars. Jack also talks about a new 470 guitar suited for heavy metal. Jack also talks about a nice acoustic guitar — so nice he bought it the first time he picked it up.

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Jack Van Breen reviews some vintage Ibanez guitars. While Ibanez started making inexpensive copies of Gibson and Fenders, after they were warned about the American patents, they started making their own designs. The Artist models of the mid 1970s were very nice with excellent quality. Today Jack plays an Artist 12 string and an Artist owned by Steve Miller -- one of his four stage guitars. Jack also talks about a new 470 guitar suited for heavy metal. Jack also talks about a nice acoustic guitar -- so nice he bought it the first time he picked it up.