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An ode to the past with modern appointments.
The Artwood Series was crafted to produce a traditional yet modern guitar. Technology moves forward at a frantic pace and the world of guitar craftsmanship is no different. In producing the Artwood Series, Ibanez has respected both the rich tradition of the acoustic guitar while adding modern interpretations in their continuing search for the ultimate in guitar tone.
The 25" scale AC400CEDVS Artwood Solid Top Grand Concert Acoustic-Electric features their cutaway Grand Concert body shape with a solid spruce top, mahogany neck (satin finish), back and sides, a rosewood bridge and fretboard and tortoiseshell binding with an intriguing dark violin sunburst finish. It also comes with a bone nut to deliver a well-balanced sound, a bone saddle on a distinctively contoured rosewood bridge with Ibanez Advantage bridge pins, and chrome Grover open gear tuners with butterbean knobs.
Finally, an Ibanez AEQ-SP2 preamp with onboard tuner and balanced XLR and 1/4" outputs to help you shape and amplify your sound in live environments. Case sold separately.
- Cutaway Grand Concert body
- Solid Sitka spruce top
- Mahogany neck (satin finish), back and sides
- 25" scale (634mm)
- Bone nut and saddle
- Rosewood fingerboard
- Rosewood bridge
- Ibanez Advantage bridge pins
- Tortoiseshell body binding
- Fishman Sonicore pickup
- Ibanez AEQ-SP2 preamp with onboard tuner
- Balanced XLR and 1/4" outputs
- Chrome Grover open gear tuners with butterbean knobs
- Dark Violin Sunburst high gloss finish
- Strings: D'Addario EXP strings
- Case sold separately
Order an AC400EDVS today and enjoy great Ibanez sound for years to come.
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- Fun To Play
- Good Feel
- Stays In Tune
Comments about Ibanez AC400CEDVS Artwood Solid Top Grand Concert Acoustic-Electric Guitar:
The AC400cedvs offers a lot for a small investment. Its intonation is accurate, its tone is pleasing, and it came accurately set up and easy to play. The finish was also great. I was immediately convinced the cut away grand concert body is the perfect configuration for me--great full sound and maximum comfort and playability. After trying it out for a couple days, I opted to return it after comparing it to a Taylor guitar costing almost 5 X as much, for two reasons. The tone of the treble strings on the Taylor is thicker and rounder. Even more important to me, the Taylor pick up system is second to none, offering an end to piezo quack and a deep, full bass response. I really loved the AC400 and would highly recommend it as a quality beginning/intermediate instrument especially suited to finger picking and solo guitar. I was sad to see it go! But, at this point in my career, and with the price of an amazing and perfect instrument way lower than ever, it made sense for me to spend quite a bit more money than this ridiculously affordable/beautiful guitar costs.