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Ibanez AC30NT ARTWOOD SERIES Acoustic Guitar
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If you've played or even just listened to many acoustic guitars, you know the amazing difference a solid top makes. The Ibanez AC30NT ARTWOOD SERIES ...Read More
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If you've played or even just listened to many acoustic guitars, you know the amazing difference a solid top makes. The Ibanez AC30NT ARTWOOD SERIES Acoustic Guitar features a solid top made of high quality Engelmann spruce. You'll hear warm lows and ringing highs in crisp detail, the way an acoustic is supposed to sound. The grand concert body style is particularly well suited for fingerpicking, but sounds great in any style. Mahogany back and sides, maple body and neck binding, and gold die-cast tuners with brown pearloid knobs are features you normally find on guitars costing far more. If you've been holding back on an acoustic guitar purchase because you haven't found the right features at the right price, your wait is over.
- Grand Concert body
- Solid Engelmann spruce top
- Mahogany back and sides
- Maple body and neck binding
- Abalone rosette
- Ibanez gold die-cast tuners w/brown pearloid knobs
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I owned this guitar, and let me just say that it has a beautiful sound. I loved the look and feel of it, and also the small body was comfortable to play. The neck was also very comfortable, it could easily be played with average or smaller hands. Its concert body made it easy to just pick it up and sit on any chair and start playing (even layin in my recliner!) The sound this thing put out for a smaller guitar was precise for my ears. Enough bass but also some crisp mids and lows. It actually had a very even tone, though it was no dreaghdnout, it could hold its own. Loved it, but let it go because i went ahead and bought a cutaway.(I plan on getting it back some day...soon!)
This guitar is the best guitar for the money. It is the most crisp and deep sounding guitar Ive played. I think it compares much to martins and taylors in terms of sound. It has a solid spruce top and laminated; what looks like rose wood and its just in general a good looking guitar and sounds even better.
I bought this guitar for a backup quitar which, therefore, I did not wanted to pay big money for. After having tried quite a few guitars, I thought of taking the Alvarez mahogany top RF20SM. I, however, tried this I changed my mind immediately. This baby has a small grand concert body (thinner than the RF20SM), but produced an amazing sound. Great tone, and unbelievably loud for its size and price (but sure you can get a better one if you would pay more. Sometimes people say in their reviews that some cheap guitars sound as good as or even better than a few grand Martin, but believe me, NO WAY. You will get what you pay. You can get just the best one among those within your price range). If you mainly strum chords, I am afraid that you may find some other guitar would better serve you, but for fingerpicking (what I am usually do) this quitar produced the best sound among others in its price range. Even better the action was the best. I am doubting the store took care of its set-up.However, there was a catch. The body finish (Natural) has been done flawlessly, but I found some flaws on the neck (the neck finish is satin-body, probably polyurethane). I think during the finish process a few air bubbles trapped, and the surface feels slightly rugged. The QC should have found them. Not a big deal, but definitely Ibanez could have done better. Except this problem, this is a great guitar for the price.