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Ibanez AFS85T Electric Guitar
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The AFS85T electric guitar is from Ibanez's most traditional full-acoustic lines with a large full hollow body that's truly full-hollow. Unlike many ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The AFS85T electric guitar is from Ibanez's most traditional full-acoustic lines with a large full hollow body that's truly full-hollow. Unlike many so-called "full acoustics" which feature soundblocks in the body, all Ibanez full acoustic guitars are completely full-hollow for the rich, complex tones you can only get from a true, full-hollow guitar body.
The AFS85T guitar features an Artcore set-in neck; maple top, back, and sides; binding on the neck and body; a vintage style vibrato; and ACH humbucking pickups.
- Neck Type: Artcore Set-In
- Body: Maple top/back/sides
- Binding: Body and neck
- Frets: Large frets
- Fingerboard: Bound rosewood
- Tremolo: Vintage-style vibrato
- Inlay: Pearl block
- Bridge: ART2 w/VBF70 vintage vibrato* *Vibrato licensed by Fred Gretsch Enterprises in the U.S.
- Neck Pickup: ACH1 neck
- Middle Pickup: ACH2 bridge
- Hardware color: Chrome
- Width: Max width at lower bout: 15-3⁄4"
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It's a great buy for the money it's pick ups r great. Its a great guitar for rhythm but not so much for lead. It's lead qualitys r ok, the problem with this guitar is that it is only a single cut-away so you can't reach the higher frets very well. But besides that it plays like a dream for it's price and has out performed many other guitars that I have played.
I have owned my AFS-85T for about a month now. First of all, let me say that the picture on this site does not do this guitar justice - this axe is a beauty: cordia wood top, back and sides, 3-piece neck, nice ivory-colored bindings. The dark-tinted hardware gives it a nice "vintage" look. The knobs don't really send me, but they'll be easy enough to change, if I ever want to. This guitar is also very playable - the size and shape of the body are very comfortable, and the neck feels great. I haven't had any problems with the vintage tremolo knocking the strings out of tune, but I do tend to use it with a fairly light touch. The controls are responsive, and the humbuckers have just enough kick. I've been playing it through a Fender Blues Jr. and it sounds great. This is my first Ibanez, and probably won't be my last.