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Ibanez Artcore AFS77T Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar
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The Ibanez AFS77T Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar offers the rich, complex tones of a full-sized hollowbody with the playing comfort of a narrower body. ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Ibanez AFS77T Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar offers the rich, complex tones of a full-sized hollowbody with the playing comfort of a narrower body. 3-piece Artcore deluxe neck with bound rosewood fingerboard. Maple top, back, and sides for enhanced resonance. Large, playable frets. Pickups include an ACH2 in the bridge and an ACH1 in the neck. Vintage Vibrato bridge.
- Narrow body
- 3-piece Artcore deluxe neck with bound rosewood fingerboard
- Maple top, back, and sides for enhanced resonance
- Large, playable frets
- Pickups: ACH2 in the bridge, ACH1 in the neck
- Vintage Vibrato bridge
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The picture doesn't do the guitar justice. The metallic grey is somewhat darker in reality. The guitar was producing a lot with high levels of distortion. I lowered the pick ups to about half of what they originally were and the feedback problem was fixed and even the clean tones sounded better to me.
You simply will not find a guitar like this for the same money.Not even close.
Did you ever see something, a girl, a suit, a present; and as soon as you saw it felt it touched it, or whatever you happenned to do, you didn't flinch for a second and knew it was meant for you? That was the case for me when I started to play this guitar after trying out many others. What really impressed me the most is how versatile it is. I play many differents styles from rock to classical to finger-pickin Doc Watson 'Deep River Blues' style to jazz and this baby just swung. You can get practically any type of sound and it looks like a honey too. I live in Europe so I paid a few more dollars. In addition the neck is great for those of us who don't have big hands. So whether you use a pick or your fingers or both and if you have a diverse repertoire, you should definitely try this. It is worth a lot more than the listed price. And the silver finish is great if you perform and want to be noticed.
A great guitar for the price tha that it offers at, it made me start to like ibanez.
Sometimes smart people do silly things. Almost 25 years ago I sold a guitar that had been my "voice". I beat myself up for years because I couldn't express myself with one axe that would give me all the sounds I needed to hear. When I started playing this AFS77T, it solved all of my problems in a full sounding format with a vibrato bar that stays in tune. Now I can play in color, not just in black and white!
I went everywhere looking for a hollow-body to call my own. I inherited a Harmony H45 from my dad, and man was I hooked. I needed something a little less fragile than a 50 year old guitar, though, and I sure found it in the Ibanez AFS77T. I had just come from a disappointing attempt at buying a guitar, playing a couple of Epiphones, and a Gibson remake. The first guitar I saw, and the first guitar I played, was the last one I needed to. The tremolo is amazing, Ibanez's version of the Bigsby. This guitar is so sweet to play, whether amped or acoustic, I am in love.
I have to say that I'm glad that I chose to pick this one up. It came to me in pristine condition, no flaws whatsoever. Beautiful sound, highly versitile. Get this one before it is gone.
This guitar is solid awesome action smooth fast playin the trem bar is great the only thing i dont like about mine is i cant reach the frets past 15.. But I have small hands over all awsome guitar I love mine.
This guitar is one of the finest and inexpensive guitar I have ever had. The quality of the instrument is phenomenal, pick ups are good enough (I use it with a line 6 spider II 212 and is really insane). Vibarto is elegant but little difficult to manage, still learning how. Overall, Ibanez has put on the market a great guitar for any style. Thanks for the people at Ibanez. Highly recomended.
About 2 years ago I sold an Epiphone Casino original 1965 made in Kalamazoo, MI. I am basically a Tele man. I missed the deep rich "fat" sound that the I had become used to but could not find an axe that would do the job. A friend of mine that works in a music store recommended that I try the Ibanez AFS77T. Balked at the idea because I have an Ibanez PF4 accoustic and just not really happy with it. My wife was with me and she encouraged me to try it. So I did. What a SOUND! The action is fast, smooth, and the Bigsby style tremolo bar is strong, heavy, and the bridge keeps the strings in tune. I did NOT buy the guitar. 2 weeks later my WIFE did for our 24th anniversary! She knew that I liked the sound. The people in the band prefer the Ibanez AFS77T sound to the Tele now.
Back in December I was shopping for an electric-acoustic guitar. I tried several dreadnoughts and cutaway guitars. None of them really interested me much. When I saw this model on closeout and I decided to give it a shot. When it arrived, I was mesmerized by the nice bright tone, precision craftsmanship at an affordable price.Unfortunately the Ibanez AFS77T is not available anymore, but you can still purchase the Ibanez Artcore AFS75T. The only differences are the color choices and chrome hardware. If you're looking to expand your guitar collection or even for a first time player, consider this beauty!!!
It's so awesome for the price that it is. You could always get a better guitar, but it would cost so much more. I love it.
Bought this guitar about 2 1/2 months ago, and I love it. Just reccently bought one of Ibanez's hollow-bodies (AK85), and I love both guitars. They both have their place for different styles. This guitar has a sharper, more edgy sound, while the AK85 is more mellow and a touch deeper. Great guitar.
Better looking in person than in any picture I have found online. Goes mellow when I want to relax. Goes growly and mean when I want bite. Unplug it and it still sounds great. All in all, I lucked into a great guitar for my first axe.
I first started out with an epiphone and it didn't even start to compare with this product. I had almost given up on guitar playing until i sold a few things to get this guitar. And i love it. it is great for intermediate and expert guitar players. i love the features also. it sounds great plugged in or acoustic. i highly recommend this product!