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Ibanez Performance Series PF15 Left Handed Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar
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Like all of Ibanez's PF Performance guitars, this left-handed version of the PF15 Dreadnought Acoustic is an affordable option for beginning guitars ...Read More
Like all of Ibanez's PF Performance guitars, this left-handed version of the PF15 Dreadnought Acoustic is an affordable option for beginning guitars that still gives you quality construction and a great sound . It has a spruce top with mahogany back and sides, a black and white rosette and chrome die-cast tuners.
Case sold separately.
Ibanez quality at a budget-friendly price.
- Left-handed model
- Dreadnought body
- Spruce top
- Mahogany back and sides
- Black-and-white multi-rosette
- Chrome die-cast tuners
- Natural high-gloss finish
- Scale: 650mm
- Width at nut: 42mm
- Width at 14th fret: 54mm
- Thickness at 1st fret: 21.5mm
- Thickness at 7th fret: 23.5mm
- Radius: 250mmR
- Length: 20"
- Width: 15-3/4"
- Depth: 5"
- Case sold separately
This is a left-handed guitar that's priced just right. Order now!
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- Flat Sound
- Poor Construction
Comments about Ibanez Performance Series PF15 Left Handed Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar:
I'm left-handed but tried to learn right-handed with a Yamaha FG700S -- a lot of guitar for the money. After two months I gave up and replaced the Yamaha with a lefty PF15L with which I made more progress in two days than in two months struggling right-handed. But this guitar isn't half the instrument the Yamaha was. It's so poorly made that I had to run sandpaper around the backside of the soundhole to remove little splinters from when the hole was cut; they were clearly visible from almost any angle. The light-colored binding on the edges of the fretboard was covered with dark glue which I scraped off with a razor blade. When I unstrung it to reach inside I found that the tuners were loose and tightened them with a wrench. After all that it just doesn't look as good as the Yamaha.
It doesn't play or sound up to the other guitar either: the sound is thin and trebly, not full-bodied, and the intonation at the first two frets is slightly sharp. The action's a bit high so a luthier might be able to improve the intonation by cutting the nut-slots deeper, but then this inexpensive guitar wouldn't be so inexpensive. I'll learn on it but when I know what I want I'll get something really nice. For right-handers there's something really nice at about this price: the Yamaha FG700S. That would have been a keeper...