#1
So just casually looking through Craigslist with no intention of buying a new guitar, I found a Ibanez Art-300 going for $200. I have never played one of these before, but after reading reviews of it on UG, it seems like a pretty nice guitar for the money. So the big question, should I buy this guitar if its in good condition, because you can never have too many guitars right? or should I just say forget it and not spend the $200.

Thanks for any input!
#2
I'd say go for it. It's a nice guitar for half the price of what it retails for.
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#3
Go for it.
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#5
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Offer $150 and settle on $175. It's still worth $200 though.


hmm I like the way you think
#6
Did you guys just become best friends?
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#9
i had one. great guitar for $200.

you may not love the pick ups but it's a well built guitar.
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#10
Quote by gregs1020
i had one. great guitar for $200.

you may not love the pick ups but it's a well built guitar.


Yea that's the only thing I'm worried about, and its weird how they take AA batteries instead of the 9v most actives use.
#11
Quote by butterfingers30
Yea that's the only thing I'm worried about, and its weird how they take AA batteries instead of the 9v most actives use.

i actually had a arc300 not an art300. my bad.

i have played it though, what i posted is valid all the same looking back.
I wondered why the frisbee was getting bigger, then it hit me.