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Ibanez AEF20CSNE Cutaway Classical Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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Stunning to the eyes and ears, this beauty has a mahogany back and sides with a solid cedar top. An Ibanez SQR pickup and SRT preamp assure an accura...Read More
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Loads of sustain and sweet plugged-in tone!
Stunning to the eyes and ears, this beauty has a mahogany back and sides with a solid cedar top. An Ibanez SQR pickup and SRT preamp assure an accurate, rich tone when you plug in. The classical tuners and resonant low-gloss finish add to the traditional appearance. Also has an onboard tuner!
- Mahogany back and sides
- Solid cedar top
- Ibanez SQR pickup and SRT preamp
- Onboard tuner
- Classical tuning machines
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This is my first real guitar. I love the action and playability. However, the top wood scratches very easily. The finish is very nice. I would recommend this guitar to any one.
Bought this guitar 2 years ago, have not stopped playing it since. Play on a daily basis. I also owe two others (an electric and steel acoustic Takamine) but this is my favorite for jamming away. Love the finish, and the sound are great. Nice guitar for its price.
I bought this guitar, my first Ibanez, to use outdoors so I wouldn't stress my Martin nylon string. A lot of effort was spent on the looks of the guitar. It Looks Great! The neck and the intonation on it would make Martin proud. It's not as loud acoustically as the Martin but that's a moot point because I use it electrically for performance. Great Buy!!
This is a great Classical if you have small hands.I've played electric and regular guitars for many years. I just started learning to play classical so this was the right fit for me. There is some buzzing on some frets but it has a very good sound and the tone is very warm.
I wanted a nylon string guitar to record a few original compositions. This guitar came with a small crack (maybe I was just unlucky) on the top of the body.From the beginning on the guitar would not stay in tune and there was a constant buzzing sound at different locations on the fretboard and on different strings. That did not change after I changed all the strings either. Therefore the guitar was pretty much useless to me.I would give this company a 20 for customer service, though. They made it very easy for me too return the guitar and case even though I already got rid of all the packaging materials (Will not make that mistake again ;-) ). You get what you pay for. I tried a Taylor nylon string acoustic-electric recently and it was in a totally different league. I guess I just have to save up for a real good guitar.
I love this guitar! It is the first one I reach for everytime when I want to play (I own many other types). My other choice was a Taylor nylon, This satisfies my need for a nylon string without breaking the bank. Feels great, looks great, sounds great - can't beat it. The molding is plastic, but I can live with that.Soft nylon feel, alittle wider neck than a regular acoustic. It does not have the fat neck like a classical nylons. The best of both worlds for me.
I bought this guitar because I was looking for a Nylon string so when I play longer periods, its easy on the fingers. I was impressed. I don't know how you can find a better value than this. I play a Martin as my main guitar, and yea, its no Martin, but its a lot cheaper. Great quality for the money. Sounds better plugged in too!
I own and play a couple of steel string guitars (one is a Taylor), however I have wanted to aquire a nylon string guitar that had the same sound quality but was not as hard on my fingers. After shopping arround for a very long time I settled on an Ibenez AEF20CSNE.Even though the sound quality is softer than on my steel strings, this guitar sounds wounderful. I specifically was attracted to the narrow nut and slightly thiner body on the AEF20. This guitar is very easy to play since it requires less pressure on the strings and the narrow nut gives my short fingers better reach on some chords. I am extremely pleased with the quality and value of the Ibanez AEF20.