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Ibanez AEG10E

Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitar from Ibanez belonging to the AEG series

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MGR/aaronMGR/aaron

Ibanez AEG10E

Ibanez AEG10EPublished on 03/06/10 at 15:00
This is a very nice acoustic/electric model, with a black gloss finish. The guitar features a built-in tuner, phase, and eq. I play heavy nickel-wound strings and would recommend this guitar to anyone as a great practice guitar.This is one of many guitars in my collection. I have been playing guitar for around fifteen years now. I mostly play and record on my own. I enjoy writing instrumental tracks and recording the different tracks.

I acquired this guitar three years ago as a Christmas present from my wife. We purchased it at Guitar Center in Robinson, PA for about $350, I think. I chose this guitar, because it is acoustic/electric cutaway, features a slimmer body than traditional...…
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This is a very nice acoustic/electric model, with a black gloss finish. The guitar features a built-in tuner, phase, and eq. I play heavy nickel-wound strings and would recommend this guitar to anyone as a great practice guitar.This is one of many guitars in my collection. I have been playing guitar for around fifteen years now. I mostly play and record on my own. I enjoy writing instrumental tracks and recording the different tracks.

I acquired this guitar three years ago as a Christmas present from my wife. We purchased it at Guitar Center in Robinson, PA for about $350, I think. I chose this guitar, because it is acoustic/electric cutaway, features a slimmer body than traditional acoustics, and has built-in electronics.

<a href="https://www.guitarcenter.com/Ibanez-AEL10E-Acoustic">https://www.guitarcenter.com/Ibanez-AEL10E-Acoustic</a>

I really like the action and the tone of this guitar. It has a really good feel and the neck isn't too thick. I enjoy the built-in electronics, especially the tuner, and it just has a nice look to it. For an acoustic, it plays really smooth. I looked at quite a few different models and brands, and for the price, this one was perfect.

As of yet, I haven't found anything wrong with the guitar. The reason I bought it, was because I liked the design and playability. It has everything needed to be a great guitar.

The construction is very solid and the quality is up there with more expensive models. The sections fit tightly together, and the trim makes it look real smooth. The knobs are a bright silver and are durable. This guitar can take a beating and still sound good. It holds its tune really well also.

The bottom line is that this is a good guitar for anyone, from a beginner to a touring pro. It is versatile and has a really nice tone. If I had to do it again, I would make the same choice. Sure, there are more expensive guitars, but for the price, this one is great. I would recommend this guitar to anyone that is in the market for an acoustic. As a collector of various guitars, this is one of the favorites in my collection. For the price, I couldn't pass this one up.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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MGR/finger pickin goodMGR/finger pickin good

Ibanez AEG10BK

Ibanez AEG10EPublished on 12/08/01 at 15:00
I had a beautiful Vantage guitar that fell and cracked down the face when my strap popped. I started visiting local guitar shops and found this beautiful Ibanez. Retail price was 499.00 I got it for 299.00 new at a discount guitar shop.

First of all, it a an easy fit. Real comfortable to hold and play (especially for us girls). The tone is oh sooo sweet for being a thin body guitar...but that is probably because it was made for performing with large instruments. The body is made for it to be heard.
The Fishman pick up is very sweet as well with a nice bass boost button. The neck is an easy play...you don't lose tone or clarity riding up the fret board towards the cut out. I was in...…
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I had a beautiful Vantage guitar that fell and cracked down the face when my strap popped. I started visiting local guitar shops and found this beautiful Ibanez. Retail price was 499.00 I got it for 299.00 new at a discount guitar shop.

First of all, it a an easy fit. Real comfortable to hold and play (especially for us girls). The tone is oh sooo sweet for being a thin body guitar...but that is probably because it was made for performing with large instruments. The body is made for it to be heard.
The Fishman pick up is very sweet as well with a nice bass boost button. The neck is an easy play...you don't lose tone or clarity riding up the fret board towards the cut out. I was in love with this thing after just a few hours. The abalone inlay is gorgeous.

So far there is no complaints. One warning aabout something not very serious, think twice about High Gloss Black Finishes, they show every mark and finger print.

Spruce Top and Mahagony sides and back give it sweet tone. I have had other guitarist hear it and ask to play around with it. The only word I keep coming up with is sweet. The tone has a beautiful clarity to it. The Detailing adds class. They don't use bone for the neck joint. It's something called Ivorette I think. I can tell a small difference with the string pick up and individual tone clarity.

This guitar would be great for a beginner because of price, but would also be excellent for the advanced guitarist because of looks, feel and sound.


This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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Kurtis KobanKurtis Koban

Ibanez AEG10EPublished on 07/06/13 at 08:23
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I heuuu 3-4 years since I do not know> <It's sure bends crazy it is useless need a elec guitar (though ^ ^) but the handle is fine and pleasant for me my sg: p

SOUNDS

I most often used in acoustics when I do not want to plug my amp actually ^ ^ "I hit it with the phone, fratellis, lifehouse ... all owls acoustic tracks and frankly it sounds! Certainly a little metallic but not displease me.

Once connected it is nirvana, the sound settings are super easy, even with a Crunsh she's doing the hand ;)

OVERALL OPINION

So here it 3-4 years the beast and it still holds up very well, priceless mention the string addarios I have not changed yet (yes I know it's wrong but as it is: D) I...…
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I heuuu 3-4 years since I do not know> <It's sure bends crazy it is useless need a elec guitar (though ^ ^) but the handle is fine and pleasant for me my sg: p

SOUNDS

I most often used in acoustics when I do not want to plug my amp actually ^ ^ "I hit it with the phone, fratellis, lifehouse ... all owls acoustic tracks and frankly it sounds! Certainly a little metallic but not displease me.

Once connected it is nirvana, the sound settings are super easy, even with a Crunsh she's doing the hand ;)

OVERALL OPINION

So here it 3-4 years the beast and it still holds up very well, priceless mention the string addarios I have not changed yet (yes I know it's wrong but as it is: D) I would this guitar is really good for its price, then we love, we do not like, test, if you like the sound, do not worry, the quality is there ;)
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idrissidriss

Ibanez AEG10EPublished on 03/16/04 at 15:03
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Electroacoustic guitar here that's a cheap, very cheap. Made in China, this guitar is quite well done. The violin is ok but nothing special.
Nanmoins, is the russia prsentation (dcoration pearl around the sound hole ...) and I admit that "blue sunburst" it is beautiful.

UTILIZATION

For me, all I adapt the sleeves. However, I find that the action is a bit high. In short, a small music store rglage in the corner and basta! Access in acute is without much basis points.

SOUNDS

In use Scheer beuuuhhh! Which is understandable given the low thickness of the body.
HOWEVER, connecting the foot and it is! The Fishman AEQ SS prampli dlivre pltore one of his big sound from the lens.
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Electroacoustic guitar here that's a cheap, very cheap. Made in China, this guitar is quite well done. The violin is ok but nothing special.
Nanmoins, is the russia prsentation (dcoration pearl around the sound hole ...) and I admit that "blue sunburst" it is beautiful.

UTILIZATION

For me, all I adapt the sleeves. However, I find that the action is a bit high. In short, a small music store rglage in the corner and basta! Access in acute is without much basis points.

SOUNDS

In use Scheer beuuuhhh! Which is understandable given the low thickness of the body.
HOWEVER, connecting the foot and it is! The Fishman AEQ SS prampli dlivre pltore one of his big sound from the lens.

OVERALL OPINION

I have been ending for a year and a half. She did not cost an arm and a head and I'm really happy. This is a guitar to sound exceptionally suitable for such a small price. Frankly, there is no reason to complain.
Ibanez thank you!
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  • Manufacturer: Ibanez
  • Model: AEG10E
  • Series: AEG
  • Category: Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitars
  • Added in our database on: 06/30/2006

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