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Ibanez GA Series GA60SECE Cutaway Classical Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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Classical-sized mahogany body with a solid spruce top. Fishman Sonicore pickup and SST preamp deliver rich sound when plugged in and the cutaway desi...Click To Read More About This Product
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Intimate, subtle nylon tones.
Classical-sized mahogany body with a solid spruce top. Fishman Sonicore pickup and SST preamp deliver rich sound when plugged in and the cutaway design provides easy access to the higher frets. A gloss finish and classical tuners add to the traditional appearance. Includes onboard tuner!
- Mahogany back and sides
- Solid spruce top
- Fishman Sonicore pickup and SST preamp
- Onboard tuner
- Classical tuners
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A full depth body, solid spruce top, full width fingerboard classical cutaway guitar with a 4-band Fishman EQ. And it's under $600? This guitar is the best option under the sun for any classical guitarist who wants to be heard above the clatter of the silverware. Plays and sounds excellent. It is not a compromise in any way whatsoever.
Sounds great acoustic and plugged in. I play in church and the mellow sounds of the nylon guitar are perfect. If you are looking for a great value in a solid top classical guitar with an excellent onboard EQ, this is it.
I love too play this guitar, unplugged or plugged into a nice Ibanez acoustic amp, sounds great. Sweet Low's mid's and high notes all across the fet board. A real joy too play.
...you play it before you buy it! I have had two of these POTENTIALLY wonderful guitars, and will soon be on my third. I am not an ultra-pickey musician that must have a flawless instrument, but both of these that I had (and returned) had some serious buzzing problems. It was probably some type of wiring hitting the body, or loose washer buzz (very common in entry level classical guitars with a pickup); and only a little bit of fret buzz. Also, since the action comes so low, even adjusting the truss rod all the way out (no tention) will not take it up enough to eliminate buzz.On my second guitar, the pickup only worked for a week or so. I used it in a performance, and it sounded AWESOME! Really, really nice through the XLR directly into the PA system. 2 weeks later, no sound. Changed batteries, nothing. Tried multiple cables, amps, PAs, etc. but to no avail. So, I absolutely loved this guitar when it worked, which was not very often. But I loved it enough to try it for the 3rd time. So, I do recommend it, just be patient, knowing it could take a few returns, but you will eventually have a great guitar at a good price. Good luck, I hope you can get a good one right out of the gates!
I bought this guitar in early 2004 without the onboard tuner. This is a fine guitar with a solid spuce top and good acoustic sound. And it is very good plugged in. It can play classical and folk unplugged and rock if you have the right amp. If you can only have one guitar, this is a good choice.