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Ibanez Jet King

Ibanez JTK30

User reviews on Ibanez Jet King products

Ibanez Jet King JTK-1 (Ibanez - JTK3)

By MGR/Joe Somebody, 02/05/2004
I Purchased this guitar at my local guitar shop for £179 ($317.45) on a spring clearence sale. I Think it was deducted from £249 ($441.80). I needed a new guitar because I thought my yamaha RGX had seen better days.

I really like the ivory finish on the guitar. the titanium metal scratch-plate also makes the guitar look pretty good.
The pick up system has 2 swithces installed on the scratch-plate. God knows what they do but they look really cool! It also has a nice action and playability.

This guitar can be hard to tune at times but a tuner can solve that problem (that probably means I Cant tune a guitar).
If there is a problem with the electronics of the guitar, the you have to take everything off the body of the guitar (e.g volume and tone controls, selector switch, the really cool pickup switches , etc...) because all the electronics are under the scratchplate.

Ths construction has been well done. Not as in "japanese well done" but well constructed). This guitar can probably last about 30 years if well looked after.

Good affordable guitar, suits any genre of music, purely a good guitar worth having.

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jeremy8's review (Ibanez - JTK3)

By jeremy8, 19/08/2009
In what country was she made? (USA, Japan, Mexico, France ...) How many frets, what kind of microphone and their configuration? What type of bridge (Floyd, Wilkinson ...)? What are the settings (volume, tone, micro switch ...)? What type of race? *dropoff Window


Is the handle comfortable? Access to acute (recent freight) is it easy? Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)? Gets it easy to sound good? ... *dropoff Window


Are they suitable for your style of music? With what (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) do you play? What kind of sound you get and with what settings ("crystalline", "fat", ....)? What are the sounds you prefer, you hate? *dropoff Window


How long have you use it? What thing do you like most and least? Have you tried many other models before buying it? How would you rate the quality / price? With experience, you do again this choice? ... *dropoff Window

Giuseppe77's review (Ibanez - JTK2)

By Giuseppe77, 10/09/2005
Factory in Indonesia
22 frets - 2 super 58 pickups
easel full tune III
1 volume knob, 1 Tone 1 slecteur micro (neck, bridge, bridge + neck), 2 switch to switch each micro single or double coil.
3 pieces with rosewood handle keys, mahogany body.


The handle is very pleasant. The hand slides alone, freight absolutely not cling. In the shop where I bought I tried the more expensive models that have not given me such a good feeling.
The access to acute is correct.
The guitar is lightweight and hold well on the leg while sitting.


With the ability to switch Independently each micro single or double coil we get a ventail of sonorits which covers all styles.
I use a 30w amp VOX AD30VT modlisation which I replaced the original with a Celestion Vintage HP G10.
All rglages suit me. According to the amp modlis slectionn on VOX, I always find the rglage that suits me on the guitar.
This guitar really a round, warm the Gibson Les Paul. I therefore dconseille those looking Strat sound that can not approach even fidgeting all the many rglages VOX.


I use it for 2 months.
Personally I love her look. Just as I look to want to take her in my arms.
But the highlight of this guitar is arguably his qualitprix report. In this price range, finishing and manufacturing quality are irrprochables. Incidentally, there are the Super 58 pickups on this guitar quipent Ibanez models plus 2000.

Edd El Manouche's review (Ibanez - JTK1)

By Edd El Manouche, 29/10/2004
I bought this guitar because very few people possdent, so to be original!

the characteristics: no






Above all, do not buy it!