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Ibanez AW130RGECENT Artwood Series Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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The Ibanez AW130RGECENT ARTWOOD SERIES is ab acoustic-electric guitar that features a solid top made of Englemann spruce. If you've played or even ju...Read More
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The Ibanez AW130RGECENT ARTWOOD SERIES is ab acoustic-electric guitar that features a solid top made of Englemann spruce. If you've played or even just listened to many acoustic guitars, you know the amazing difference a solid wood top makes. You'll hear warm lows and ringing highs in crisp detail, the way an acoustic is supposed to sound. The dreadnought body style is particularly well suited to making yourself heard in a group. The cutaway allows easy access to the entire fretboard.
For faithful reproduction of acoustic tone, this Ibanez Artwood Series Guitar pairs a Fishman Sonicore pickup with the Fishman Classic 4T Blend preamp with onboard tuner. Tune anytime, anywhere.
Exotic ranguu (much like chestnut) back and sides, maple body and neck binding, and gold die-cast tuners with brown pearloid knobs are features you normally find on guitars costing far more. If you've been holding back on an acoustic guitar purchase because you haven't found the right features at the right price, The Ibanez AW130RGCENT Acoustic-Electric Guitar means that your wait is over.
- Dreadnought body w/Cutaway
- Solid Englemann spruce top
- Ranguu back and sides
- Mahogany 1-piece neck
- Maple body and neck binding
- Abalone rosette
- Gold Grover Tuners
- Fishman Sonicore pickup
- Fishman Classic 4T Blend preamp w/ onboard tuner
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I purchased this guitar a couple of months ago, and was a little disappointed with the tone. It was a bit 'twangy', too metallic, even for a steel string. I have another Ibanez dreadnought acoustic whose sound is very warm and has very nice sustain, which was the primary reason I decided to give this one a try. In short, it's OK, maybe a good step up from an entry-level acoustic, but you may find better tone in a less expensive Yamaha.
i had a takamine on order but it was backordered so i switched over to this guitar, and i'm really glad i did! i am a bass player of 30 yrs but play a little guitar and always wanted a guitar that played a bit better and easier than what i had. i got it! excellent crafstmanship, nice loud tone, for the money its the best bang for your buck.