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Ibanez AG100 Electric Guitar
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With the Ibanez AG100 full-hollow electric guitar you get an amazingly affordable price plus the quality and tone you expect from Ibanez, the guitar ...Read More
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Sized for playing comfort and full-hollow for superb jazz box tone.
With the Ibanez AG100 full-hollow electric guitar you get an amazingly affordable price plus the quality and tone you expect from Ibanez, the guitar company with over four decades of experience making full and semi-acoustic guitars. The AG body size offers a slightly smaller body width than the AF traditional dimensions but the same depth. The AG is a true full-hollow guitar.
Unlike many so-called full-hollow guitars in the more affordable price ranges that feature soundblocks, Ibanez' full acoustic-electric guitar models are truly full-hollow. Features a five-piece neck for additional stability and strength and mother-of-pearl block inlays. Matching pickguard on the AG guitar adds to its incomparable jazz box style.
- Natural Finish
- 5-piece Artcore set-in neck
- Body and neck binding
- Rosewood fretboard
- ARTEC Super58 custom pickups
- Matching pickguard
- Mother-of-pearl block inlay
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This is a fine, versatile instrument - a great neck, very nice humbuckers, and a well-constructed package. The adjustable bridge is fine but I prefer the wooden compensated bridge that is included. There are certainly better guitars but not at this price point.
that is exceptional for a small body jazz axe. This is an inexpensive version of the GB-10 and for one-quarter the price, it's a great deal for the $$. While it sounds a bit tinny played acoustically, with some good EQ it sounds very good amplified.I have an AF-125 as well and if you want a bigger body instrument for under $1K that model is a steal.Finally, the factory set up was EXCELLENT with both the AG and AF. They played like gold when I first picked them up. And don't sucked into the jazz thing--they can both be a terrific blues instruments as well.