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Ibanez AJD91 Electric Guitar
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You want the Ibanez AJD91 Electric Guitar when you want the big sound and style of a semi-hollow guitar with the playing comfort of your average elec...Click To Read More About This Product
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Looks like it'll rock as hard as any Ibanez guitar — and it does!
You want the Ibanez AJD91 Electric Guitar when you want the big sound and style of a semi-hollow guitar with the playing comfort of your average electric. The AJD91 guitar isn't a mile wide - it's probably about the same size as the guitar you're playing now. And this semi-hollow Ibanez box doesn't look like it will only play jazz or rockabilly twang.
With its double cutaway, streamlined body with awesome flamed maple top, back, and sides (Wow!), you can rip off a hot solo just as easily as on any electric guitar, with incredible sustain and expansive tone. The toneholes don't make it look like a grandpa guitar, either — they
look like a sharp gash ready to bleed out all the life force you're willing to put into your playing.
Combination gold and chrome hardware fit perfectly with the glowing finish, and unique inlays grace the perfect fretboard. Body and neck binding.
- Violin sunburst finish
- Double cutaway streamlined body
- Flamed maple top/back/sides
- Set neck joint
- Unique detailed inlay designs
- Body and neck binding
- Dual ACH covered humbucker pickups
- Modern sharp point toneholes
- Tune-o-matic-style bridge
- 1 volume, 1 tone, 3-way pickup select toggle
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A great design with quality sound. It plays as beautifully as it looks. Its worth every penny. You will find few if any other guitar that resembles this one. If you like the added flair without sacrificing sound and easy to navigate fret board, then this is a perfect guitar for you.
At my local music store yesterday,I tried out this guitar. WOW sums it all up. It has the nice bluesy sound to it, while at the same time can be played with rock and even metal. The beautiful finish is what first attracted me to it. I plugged into a 30W mashall, and fell in love with the tone too. IT'S AMAZING!!! Move out of the way Gibson, here comes Ibanez!
I was looking for a good guitar that I could play all forms of jazz on. I have always been an Ibanez fan, my other guitar being an Ibanez S470DXQM. I was not surprised of the quality of this guitar, especially for the price. It plays very well and smooth, and sounds absolutely amazing. I fell in love with this guitar the day I first played it, and now that I own it it still hasn't disappointed me.
Just got it today. Since I'm a luthier I adjusted and set it up perfect. All I had to do was level about 7 frets, which is normal on all guitars, especially Gibson.I play Daddior XLX40 10-52 I can play Jazz, real jazz, chord melodies, smooth jazz, blues, rock, fusion I don't play bluegrass so I let it ride.It's a long wait, but well worth it. The finish is wonderful, really perfect. I've gone from Foster guitars because I need the big bucks and I'm totally happy with this. I play all the time as a professional been playing since I was 11, 56 now, do the math. You won't do wrong. It's more than words can say.Fusion man
I was looking for a different kind of hollow body electric guitar did not want a full size hollow body just something smaller I saw this guitar in my local music shop played it and fell in love with it this guitar sounds good without an amp however plugging it into my crate tube amp the sound was awesome it plays easy and the action and feel of this guitar can not be beat Ibanez has a winner here get your hands on one and you won't let go of it the finish and gold plating really stand out and for the price it can not be beat This guitar sings
When I look to reviews I generally think they must be contrived to sell product. I can't resist sending in one for this guitar. I own a JS Ibanez, a Guild acoustic and a four string bass. I wanted something to bridge between a solid body rocker and a really sweet acoustic; set neck and like that. PRS makes a very similar guitar but at six times the price I couldn't justify it. I just want to play. After agonizing for weeks, the free case swung the deal and a I ordered one.What a beauty. I felt like Spinal Tap and just watched it in the stand. Truthfully, it plays very nice but I am a bit puzzled by the .010 gauge strings as it really doesn't ring out acoustically but that may be more me as I am a very soft finger picker. The action seems a bit high right out of the box and the pickups a bit noisy through the amp (VETTE) but again it is me as I am too lazy to get up and turn on the gate. I have played for (40) years and have owned too many other guitars. I have never liked one as much as this. It is mellow, infinite choices with the tone knob, it can be twangy and sharp at any setting if you are leaning that way at the moment. If my wife would let me I would buy another and use them as bookends. What a find. Hail IBANEZ!!
The title says it all. I had my local shop order this in for me and at first I was skeptical. I was comparing it to a PRS SE semi-hollow and the sound was very similar. What you're getting is a very, very warm tone, meaning an absolutely beautiful clean sound and a very powerful distored/overdriven sound.Typical with most-semi hollows you will have this warm tone, which is almost what turned me away from it. The distortion becomes very muffled when palm muting, but once I stepped away from the amp and let someone else play as I listened, the sound was just unbelievable, so rich and full, the guitar could hit any tone you want it to.The PRS I was comparing it to was very similar. The major difference was that the PRS had a crisper sound to it, but that was when I was right on top of the amp. Once I stepped away, the sound of the Ibanez was so full that it just blew my mind.I recommend this guitar, especially if you are a fan of Ibanez's quality and affordability. The perks I saw in this guitar over the others I tried out are the wonderful design (gotta love the artcore's), the tone pot was unbelievable, the slighest turn of the knob and you have a completely different instrument, the beautiful finish, and the tune-o-matic bridge.