If you're a fan of the acoustic guitar, you know how beautiful the melodies produced by a 12 string can be. Some of the most iconic riffs of all time were composed on 12 string acoustic guitar. Songs such as A Horse With No Name by America, Give a Little Bit by Supertramp, Space Oddity by David Bowie, Hotel California by the Eagles, Maggie May by Rod Stewart, and more all are well known for their beautiful 12 string acoustic guitar arrangements. Now it's your turn to craft beautiful melodies of your own on a 12 string acoustic guitar from Ibanez. As one of the most well-known manufactures of 12 string acoustic guitars in the world, Ibanez is a great choice for beginners and established players alike.
Regardless of your interests or playing style, you'll have no trouble finding an Ibanez 12 String Acoustic Guitar that's right for you. If you're browsing through this category for the first time, may we suggest that you take a look at some of our best sellers? For example, the EW2012ASENT 12-String Exotic Wood Acoustic-Electric Guitar is a beautiful instrument that looks just a good as it sounds. Highlighted by an unmistakably rich tone, this striking guitar features a cutaway design for unrestricted access to the fretboard as well as an onboard tuner that makes perfecting your sound a breeze. Additionally, it features an Ibanez AEQ-SP2 preamp which makes plugging in and going electric a pleasure.
Of course, if you're a beginner in the 12 string world, you're going to want a guitar that will sound great without going over budget. In that case, you'll find a lot to love about the Performance Series PF1512 Dreadnought 12-String Acoustic Guitar. This full sounding guitar features a dreadnought body, a spruce top, and mahogany back and sides. As a professional quality guitar, the PF1512's tone is a thing of beauty, as is its price tag.
Regardless of the 12 string you choose, you'll be glad you went with Ibanez. Respected throughout the world, Ibanez well help ensure your 12 string acoustic guitar experience is a great one.