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Ibanez ARC500 Electric Guitar
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The Ibanez Artist ARC500 adds showtime cosmetics to solid rocker virtues. It features a mahogany single-cutaway body with a carved quilted maple top,...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Ibanez Artist ARC500 adds showtime cosmetics to solid rocker virtues. It features a mahogany single-cutaway body with a carved quilted maple top, set Artist neck with a bound rosewood fretboard and elegant inlays, Gibraltar 3 bridge, and dual Super 58 custom humbucking pickups.
- Mahogany single-cutaway body
- Artist style set neck
- 22 large frets
- Bound rosewood fretboard
- Gibraltar 3 bridge
- Dual Super 58 custom humbuckers
- Artist inlays
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Its a good guitar, a little pricy but its really nice and easy to play, strings are easy to press down and the humbuckers make it completely silent while your muting the guitar.
I sold this guitar a few months back. I have gone through 5 different guitars since, including a PRS singlecut. I just sold the PRS and placed an order for the Ibanez ARC500NT. I have never owned a guitar with this quality fit and finish. I Think it is every bit as toneful as My PRS or My old Gibson 345-TDC. I can't wait to get my new one. I should have never sold the first one. It has to be one of the worlds best guitar values!!!!!!!!!
It sounds great, it looks great, and it costs great.I`ve had some minor problems with mine though. All tiny, but summing them up it`s starting to be a little pain.The pickup selector plastic knob broke in half. Superglue held it together for more than a year, but now it`s gone. Need a new one.The body binding has some cracks in it now, i think the wood warped or the binding wood shrunk or something.finally, the screws in the strap locks have eaten through the wood, and they start to come off while I play.