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Ibanez GD10 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar
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The Ibanez GD10 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar is the perfect choice for players on a budget. It features a full-size dreadnought body that puts out ple...Click To Read More About This Product
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An affordable, full-size acoustic guitar with a spruce top and a mahogany neck.
The Ibanez GD10 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar is the perfect choice for players on a budget. It features a full-size dreadnought body that puts out plenty of balanced volume. The top is spruce with agathis back and sides for a tone that's deep and bright. The mahogany neck provides stability and sustain and has a durable rosewood fingerboard. Chrome tuners make tuning a breeze and the natural high gloss finish will protect your new instrument for years.
- Full size, full scale dreadnought
- Comfortable neck profile with easy playability for the beginner or experienced guitarist
- Select laminated spruce top
- Stained agathis back and sides
- Rosewood fingerboard with simulated pearl dot markers
- Rosewood bridge with compensated saddle
- Covered chrome tuners
Grab an affordable guitar that will bring you or its recipient years of playing pleasure. Order today.
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- Playability: Action is low
- Price: Best "very inexpensive" guitar in store
- Sound: Clear, bright
- Stays In Tune
- Volume: Good
Comments about Ibanez GD10 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar:
I wanted an inexpensive guitar to leave at a friends house that I visit often and I played all the "under one hundred and fifty" guitars in the store (including used) - this was by far the best. It stood out because is was loud, very bright in the low range (not dull and muddy like he others). It played well over the entire neck (a little buzz above the twelfth fret with hard strumming). I like the tone.
Comparing it to my Martin, it is much brighter. It is not the "sometimes over-the-top" brightness of an aluminum strung guitar, but it was closer to that than a Martin with phosphor bronze strings.