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Fat sound - thin styling.
The Ibanez S320 S Series Electric Guitar has a mahogany body that's thin around the sides for comfort and thick around the pickups for tone. The finish is a unique, open-pore, weathered black. It sports a super strong 3-piece maple neck that's a dream to play. The ZR tremolo bridge uses ball bearings for frictionless arming and fast return. Pickups are rocking Ibanez INF humbuckers.
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I've had my S320 for a year and a half now and i still love it.. It was great the first tie a picked it up and is even better today. After installing a Bill Lawrence L500 bridge pickup and putting on my favorite Blu Steel strings this thing is so hot and sings with a beautiful tone and cocal like sustain. Infact it impressed the tech that put the new strings on..he was amazed at how great it was with the Bill Lawrence pickup..he remarked that it made it seem much more high-end than a S320 is supposed to be. Anyway.. the only thing I would change is to make it a 24 fret neck instead of 22..but hey that is a pretty monir complaint. Great value for the money. solid long lasting instrumennt of very high quality in my opinion...especially if you spruce it up with your own preferred pickups and strings! A purchase you will not regret.
I bought this guitar a couple weeks ago and it is truly a great guitar. fells great to play because its got a very thin neck and body. extremely light weight and the Floyd rocks. the pickups are ok but it sounds very good through my Peavey but i would recomamend that you change them with EMGs. I will never sell this guitar, and when it breaks, ill get another.
I've been playing guitar for 45 years. I currently own twelve guitars and have owned dozens of guitars of nearly every popular brand. I just got home from the gig where I played My brand new Ibanez S320. The band I'm in plays rock music from the fifties, sixties, seventies, eighties, nineties and today. I play through a 100 watt 2X12 tube combo and this Ibanez S320 will do it all. I wanted to try the ZR tremelo and I am not disapointed. It's difficult to make this thing go out of tune. The pickups are not top of the line but they still sing very well. A good variety of tones from the 5-way switch. The mahogany body is very light weight and very comfortable to strap on. It hugs the body nicely. The neck is thin, flat, and a breeze to play. The tuners are smooth. The ZR trem is absolutely the BEST and I've tried all of them. This guitar will do classic rock, disco, soul music, funk, metal and will even get a decent country twang. If You're a beginner, an intermediate player, or a semi-pro, the Ibanez S320 is a bargain at it's price.
I bought this guitar about six months ago and I really like it. Nice thin fast neck, great crunchy sound. This is one heck of a nice guitar.
This guitar is simply amazing. This was my first true electric after I picked up guitar 3 years ago, I've owned this for about a year and a half. It has a thin, fast neck that's great for nearly every style of music. The basswood body is absolutely beautiful and also makes it the lightest guitar ever held. The pickups sound great and the 5 way switch makes it very versatile for all sounds and styles, the pickups themselves barely have anything to be wanted, though I may replace mine soon for my own recording needs. It's never given me any bad kind of feedback either! In terms of features, the ZR trem is the best trem I've played on to date and probably is the best out on the market right now, and it stays in tune very well. The thumb adjustment roller on the back is great because if you change strings gages you can adjust the spring tension yourself! The very one thing I could want more is 24 frets, but all in all, this guitar is simply amazing.
I recently played this guitar in a music store and this thing is awesome. its light weight and thin. It has a really good heavy sound and the zr tremolo is perfect, it stays intune perfectly after dive bombs. The pickups are pretty decent but if you got EMG's it would be a different story. I highly reccomend this guitar and I plan on buying one as soon as possible
After I returned my gibson les paul studio, I picked this guitar up. The les paul just was crappy, neck was huge, wouldn't stay in tune, and just an awkward guitar to play. this has a perfect neck and the tremolo system is the best in the price range.I also played the RG series by ibanez before I tried this, and it was decent but the tremolo is terrible. After I tried this I only have one complaint: pickups. I love EVERYTHING about this guitar, except the pickups. They are muddy and don't show a lot of clarity in your tone. I am going to be replacing these with seymour duncans (JB/'59). Other then the pickups, this guitar is amazing. Definitely reccomended for all genres of music.
I'm not usually an Ibanez person, but my friend bought one of these and it is AMAZING. I drive 30 miles out of town to his house several times a week just to play this beast. I didn't know a neck this smooth existed, and the trem blows any I've played out of the water. Plus, it's feather light. You will not find a better deal at this, or any, price.
I bought this guitar 3 weeks ago and its a very good guitar. But I have problems with mine which is yet to be resolved, like the trem bar holder is loose and it rattles, which is annoying, and mine came with a few dents.The pickups on this guitar are surprisingly good! Really responsive and balanced, capable of retaining individual string clarity. But I'm changing them into either dmz evolution or SD sh6 (on bridge) and dmz PAF PRo (on neck)The ZR trem is really one of the best trem functions out there, it never goes out of tune and I could do crazy stuff on it in a breeze.also, the neck on this guitar is so comfortable, it goes to low action with no buzzing.Overall great guitar. Although if you have more cash, I'd go with a higher series model.
I was looking for a new guitar for a wile and I went to a couple guitar shops and couldn't find any thing that met my needs for the right price, so I looked around on some sites and came upon this. At first it didn't look like much but, man was I wrong. When I got the chance to play it I was blown away from the nice action, feel of the neck, and the weight of the guitar. I heard of S series before but didn't know how they played and in my opinion there amazing! If any one is looking for an outstanding guitar for a good price this is definitely the one. The S320 is one of the best guitars I've ever played! You gotta try it out!