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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by DADGUITARD, Jan 5, 2013.
did ibanez stop making the atk 300 and if so why.
They did stop production about two or three years ago. As for why, who knows?
I believe they still have an ATK model available though.
They replaced the ATK 300 with the ATK 200. Smalled headstock,,smaller tuners,,rosewood board. The pickup has been changed from a triple coil to a (I think) dual humbucker enclosed in one unit. I had both last Spring (200 and a 300) and to me there was no sound difference. I believe the ATK 200 is a bit lighter.
The ATK has been on and off several times since its introduction.
I don't understand why. The ATK300 especially is a great instrument.
They now have the ATK800 which I would be all over if it came in colors. I do have an ATK305 and love it. Don't think I'll be buying another 5'er for awhile.
Ibanez seem to have a habit of discontinuing basses for no reason.
Agreed, I have a 93 (I think), great instrument
A lot of the time, Ibanez discontinues basses because of sales reasons, from what I've heard anyway.
I heard that the Korean made ones are better than the Indonesia made ones, is that true?
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