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  • Psychedelic_MaxPsychedelic_Max

    Ibanez AEF18Published on 03/31/04 at 14:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Systmes FISHMAN trs itilisation with a simple shape ...

    UTILIZATION

    Channel trs enjoyable ...
    Easy to Accs last few squares (Cut-Away)
    The back of the guitar is arch (like a bomb Vilon giving it a sound very specially ...

    SOUNDS

    Trs versatile guitar ...
    May be those which dceuvras prfre a sound rather trs acute ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 years and I'm crazy! BB is my my my TRSOR GOLD MINE!!
    Look fabulous (see photo https://fr.audiofanzine.com/img/membres/normal/8/4/8444.jpg). It's a bomb ... Rve really ... You would see me buying Journe ...: P
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    Systmes FISHMAN trs itilisation with a simple shape ...

    UTILIZATION

    Channel trs enjoyable ...
    Easy to Accs last few squares (Cut-Away)
    The back of the guitar is arch (like a bomb Vilon giving it a sound very specially ...

    SOUNDS

    Trs versatile guitar ...
    May be those which dceuvras prfre a sound rather trs acute ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 years and I'm crazy! BB is my my my TRSOR GOLD MINE!!
    Look fabulous (see photo https://fr.audiofanzine.com/img/membres/normal/8/4/8444.jpg). It's a bomb ... Rve really ... You would see me buying Journe ...: P
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  • cachou4648cachou4648

    Ibanez AEF18Published on 12/06/07 at 16:26
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Model No. FEA 18 EBK 1202
    Format AEF Country Jumbo Cutaway
    Lutherie laminate (spruce top / Mahogany body), active preamp with tuner.
    Datasheet:
    AEF Series
    . Country-Style Jumbo acoustic electric cutaway
    . Laminated spruce top / laminated mahogany back and sides
    . Mahogany / Rosewood 21 boxes
    . Piezo pickup B-Band ® UST ™ Preamp Ibanez SRTn + (Volume - Notch Freq - Bass - Mid - Hi - Tuner)
    . 6.35 + XLR output jack
    . Decorum: net cash edge - rose 'Fire Pattern'
    . Mechanical oil bath Ibanez Smooth Tuner AS
    . Chrome hardware
    . Ibanez frets in Ivorex II
    . Color: Brilliant Black (High Gloss)

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is everything I love: long and not too round…
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    Model No. FEA 18 EBK 1202
    Format AEF Country Jumbo Cutaway
    Lutherie laminate (spruce top / Mahogany body), active preamp with tuner.
    Datasheet:
    AEF Series
    . Country-Style Jumbo acoustic electric cutaway
    . Laminated spruce top / laminated mahogany back and sides
    . Mahogany / Rosewood 21 boxes
    . Piezo pickup B-Band ® UST ™ Preamp Ibanez SRTn + (Volume - Notch Freq - Bass - Mid - Hi - Tuner)
    . 6.35 + XLR output jack
    . Decorum: net cash edge - rose 'Fire Pattern'
    . Mechanical oil bath Ibanez Smooth Tuner AS
    . Chrome hardware
    . Ibanez frets in Ivorex II
    . Color: Brilliant Black (High Gloss)

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is everything I love: long and not too rounded. For access to acute, I do not think you can do mieux.La credit union is not too thick ... when ... the sound of the Ibanez is pure juice! Hot and accurate in the bass, sparkling in the high ... I love it!
    Also the strings are very close to the frets which does not require the muscle to hold the bars. You only have to touch the harmonies and we understand at once that she loves hugs ...

    SOUNDS

    I like blues and bossa and it makes me good. I gave him a trendy T20 troubadour of the same mark on the buttocks and it's just happiness! I finally enough for me ... the reverb, I leave aside for the pure acoustic is a treat!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Not being the first youth, I have tried before choosing; Takamine: too expensive for the equivalent Ovation: too much metal., Fender: hard to play, Yamaha saddle too narrow for my fat fingers ,
    So I just buy it for 300 euros a few days ago and my wife starts to give me scenes ..... she is right to be jealous, I felt like before my first guitar.
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