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Ibanez PF30SECE PF Series Acoustic Electric Guitar
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The Ibanez PF30SECE guitar offers all of the advantages of acoustic dreadnought design plus extended electric tone-shaping capabilities.With their fu...Click To Read More About This Product
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A full-sounding dreadnought with premium electronics.
The Ibanez PF30SECE guitar offers all of the advantages of acoustic dreadnought design plus extended electric tone-shaping capabilities.
With their full sound, strong bass, and clarity in chording and soloing, dreadnoughts have become the most popular acoustic body style.
The dreadnought tone is enhanced by a spruce top with mahogany back and sides. The Ivorex nut and saddle also help.
Ivorex II is stronger and more durable than bone and even harder than the original Ivorex. Ivorex II allows brilliant highs and more pronounced lows with less mid-range which makes Ivorex II-fitted guitars perfect for amplification.
The Fishman Sonicore pickup and Ibanez AEQ-SST Shape Shifter preamp with onboard tuner provide premium acoustic tone and tuning ease.
The Ibanez PF30SECE features both 1/4" and XLR outputs for increased versatility.
With PF Performance acoustic and acoustic-electric guitars, you get professional features, quality, and great sound at extremely inexpensive prices backed by the Ibanez name and limited lifetime warranty
- Dreadnought body with cutaway
- Mahogany neck
- Mahogany back and sides
- Solid Engelmann spruce top
- Black and white multi rosette
- Ibanez chrome die-cast tuners
- Fishman Sonicore Pickup
- Ibanez AEQ-SST Shape Shifter preamp with onboard tuner
- Balanced ¼" and XLR outputs
- Rosewood bridge and fretboard
- Ivorex II nut and saddle
- Advantage bridge pins
- Ibanez coated acoustic strings
PF30SECE PF Series Acoustic Electric Guitar
- Body dimensions
Dreadnought body style
25.51" scale length
1.69" nut width
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I've had this about 2 1/2 years and I've been very satisfied. I owned a low end Taylor (still $600) with a Fishman pickup installed in it several years back that I had to sell to my best friend for rent money. If you've played a Taylor you know that even the low end ones (except for the Babies) sound great. But I didn't have that much to spend again, so I went with this. I had an Ibanez AE series before my Taylor and I was fairly happy with it, but this one is better.The action is pretty good for a $300 guitar and it has a pickup to boot! I haven't messed with the electronics too much, but it sounds pretty good when plugged into my new Fender Champion 600 tube amp. If you want a decent acoustic with an electric pickup and only have about $300 to spend, I'd definitely recommend this guitar!
Picked one of these up as a "needs repair" unit. The pickup output was way low and uneven and the fretwork left something to be desired.Being an ex-maker-repair-guy I'm not afraid to mess with these so. . . out came the under saddle pickup and in went a Radioshack lapel mike (mounted near soundhole) wired into the existing preamp for recording. A little fretwork and neck adjustment, take off the dumb pickguard and clean off the rubbery glue (those can really inhibit sound), and it's a really, really, REALLY nice sounding rig (not suitable for stage work with the lapel mike in the hole). I'd give it's acoustic sound output after the mods a solid 7 on the 1-10 scale, and I've owned some pretty damned nice boxes (your mileage may vary): Big box gives it a nice low end; well balanced by the mahogany back and sides (albeit mahogany plywood)which pushes the mids; and taking the pickguard off really helped the response on the highest notes. The overall response is even and full.The solid top makes all the difference in the world - it sounds like a wood guitar rather than a freight container. If you're looking for a cheap acoustic that sounds good out of the box and has loads of potential, buy one of these and start to tinker, or just buy it and use it as is. This ones a keeper! Thanks MF!
I recieved this guitar for Christmas and WOW! It sounds beautiful. I first saw this baby at church when the pasture was playing. And then I saw a guy on youtube playing it. I had been looking for an acoustic for about a year but I never found that perfect-for-me guitar. Anyway, after I heard my pasture playing it, I went to guitar center and tried one out. It just feels right and the looks and sound... awesome! I recieved this for Christmas, and it's my favorite gift (other than Jesus)! Yesterday while I was playing, I looked at the clock (which, without me knowing it, was two hours slow) and I had been for two hours straight! I went upstairs and glanced at that clock to realize the actual time and that I was playing this beauty 4 hours non stop. I'm actually playing right now. This baby has a unique-ish sound to it, but could hold up to guitars $300-400 more expensive. Love it!