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Ibanez AGS83-BZ Hollowbody Electric Guitar
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The AG body size offers a slightly smaller body width than the AF traditional dimensions but the same depth. The semi-acoustic AGS features a thinner...Click To Read More About This Product
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The AG body size offers a slightly smaller body width than the AF traditional dimensions but the same depth. The semi-acoustic AGS features a thinner body and soundblock for feedback reduction and increased sustain.
AGS is semi-acoustic with a soundblock that increases sustain and rejects feedback, and offers 17th fret to the body joint for effortless upper-fret access. Matching pickguard on the AGS adds to its incomparable jazz box style. ACH pickups provide a clean sound with slight overdrive.
- Neck: 3pc Artcore DX set-in neck
- Body: Flamed Maple top/back/sides
- Frets: Large frets
- Fingerboard: Bound Rosewood
- Inlay: Artcore DX
- Bridge: ART1 bridge
- Neck Pickup: ACH1 humbucker
- Middle Pickup: ACH2 humbucker
- Hardware color: Cosmo Black (CK)
- Width: Max width at lower bout: 15-3⁄4"
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i plugged this into a peavey jsx mini colossal and it screamed. got alot of great blues rock sounds. the looks are incredible kinda like a es-137. this is a super thin guitar. it still has the classic hollowbody tone though. great guitar. buy it!
I've played everything from Les Paul knock offs, to $10,000. anniversary edition guitars. I've always been a Gibson fan and was actually looking at a Sheraton when I found this one. Okay, my wife found it. She thought it was "pretty". I'd have to agree. I get compliments on it from everyone, then they play it and don't want to give it back. The lows can seem kinda' muddy depending on what amp you're using. Hook this thing up to a Marshall half stack, and rip it up. great tone, and a nuetral feel to the neck. Play as fast as you want, or strum along slow. You can get your hand anywhere on the neck you can imagine.One of my all time favorites