Ibanez AEG10NE
Ibanez AEG10NE

AEG10NE, Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitar from Ibanez in the AEG series.

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Average Score:4.4( 4.4/5 based on 5 reviews )
 2 reviews40 %
 3 reviews60 %
Audience: Beginners
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keltic29's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Ibanez AEG10NE
See what was said by Kidrebel!


All that is necessary has been said by Kidrebel. I would add, however, that the characteristics of this instrument, the first round end: 46 mm at nut.
A classical guitar is usually around 50 mm. This handle is adjustable with a scratch on the stem as folk (is accessed via the soundhole).
The bridge is not positioned as classical guitars "normal": it is placed in the up position (towards the sound hole) like the folk guitars. This AEG has the same body as the AEL AEL 20 or 40 of the same brand. The AEL is a folk guitar with steel strings.
The body is also thin. All this gives a special sound when playing acoustic. But when used in electronics, is the SST preamp plays its role fully and the result is a range of different sounds through powerful settings of the preamp.
Note also that the battery compartment of the two rounds are on the block and XLR output jack, not the preamp itself, as is often the case for the electro acoustic.
I also find that the strings are mounted original do not appear to be top and I'll replace them soon.


I pass this guitar in general through my old Roland DEP 5 and is the enthusiasm that I won!


I also had vibration noise on the last string. Apparently, it was a poor insulation block outputs (XLR-jack). With a little moss, the phenomenon has disappeared!
This is my first guitar "classic" and I wanted it to be a bit special:
- It does not look like a normal classical guitar: it has a form mini jumbo
- It has a handle end (I'm not out of place compared to other guitars I own)
- It has a cutaway
- It has a shallow body
- Has played a particular sound in acoustics (I like) played electro, it has an extra potato (I love).
- It is not too expensive (which does not hurt)
In short, I have chosen, and I do not regret it.

But in the end, I would say that this guitar must be seen as a "nylon string guitar" rather than a real guitar "classic". And from this perspective, she is tops.

vini59's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Ibanez AEG10NE
A great guitar with nice sound quality!

pan shot and prampli FISHMAN Sonicore

with a handle super enjoyable (mostly) electric guitars pout


Access in acute? great

the grip is good is the guitar balance


In acoustics, the pan shot and prevents prampli to have its full, but really it's more than adequate, with bass and treble, it's not a guitar 150E
but the amplifier is off, puissanse, FISHMAN sensitivity would have it, plus it is a tuner Intgr the scratches!


I did pa long time but she is pretty, pure and classical guitarist will be surprised by the smoothness of mache and width (48 mm)
Really it is beautiful and versatile electric guitar you Tatner, the transition is smooth ....

The report price is exellent quality 320