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Ibanez Sage Series SGT220 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar
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The Sage Series SGT220 dreadnought acoustic guitar is a brilliant guitar for those just starting out. Its dreadnought body offers a full sound, stron...Click To Read More About This Product
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A great guitar to learn on that doesn’t skimp on sound.
The Sage Series SGT220 dreadnought acoustic guitar is a brilliant guitar for those just starting out. Its dreadnought body offers a full sound, strong bass and clarity. Mahogany back and sides with a spruce top gives the SGT220 a clear, woody tone with classic dreadnought punch.
Ivorex II technology further enhances not only the sound, but playing ease. Thanks to the strong and durable Ivorex II nut you get brilliant highs and more pronounced lows. The Ivorex II saddle is specially formulated to provide ultra-fast response and maximum sound transfer to the body.
- Dreadnought body
- Mahogany back and sides
- Spruce top
- Mahogany neck
- Rosewood bridge and fretboard
- Onboard tuner
- Pearloid rosette
- Ibanez Chrome Die-Cast Tuners
- Ivorex II nut and saddle
- Advantage bridge pins
Get started with this fun to play acoustic. Call or click to order.
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- Good Feel
- Rich Sound
- Stays In Tune
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Comments about Ibanez Sage Series SGT220 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar:
I never owned ibanez before myself but friends have owned them and they have sounded great. I decided to buy this guitar really just to play around with friends and just play around the house and I am not disappointed at all. It stays tune great and has a nice rich tone to it. It came with d addario exp strings. The only thing I had to do is adjust the truss rod quarter of a turn but I have heard many people say on new guitars you got to set them up. So that wasnt bad. Plays great now and the action is just low enough.