Small signs of use and playwear but no major damage or faults. Sold with non original gigbag. Currently strung with 12 gauge flatwounds.
Tri Sound switches allow for coil split and parallel connection to humbuckers.
The MC300 is a Musician series solid body electric guitar model introduced by Ibanez for 1978. It was made in Japan by FujiGen with production beginning in late 1977.
Body: Mahogany (Core) & Ash (Top/Bottom) - Plain Top
Neck: Rock Maple & Black Walnut - 5ply Thru Body, 24 Velve Touch Frets
Fingerboard: Ebonized Rosewood, Abalone dot inlays, Half&Half nut
Machine Heads: Velve Tune II
Pickups: Super 88 Tri Sound (passive electronics)
Controls: 3 Way Toggle (upper horn), 2 Volume, 2 Tone, 2 Tri Sound
Bridge: Gibraltar, adjustable locking bridge mounted on inlaid sustain block
Tailpiece: Gibraltar, straight slots, cloud style
Control Knobs: Sure Grip
Truss Rod Cover: Brass
Hardware: Heavy gold plated
NT = Natural Finish