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  • I love it

    Ibanez AW40Published on 07/31/12 at 11:17
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    No need to explain more, everything has been said! Note still a pretty huge quality finish for a guitar as low-end. Solid spruce top anyway!

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is more than pleasant! You can play as a power but a sound! Of course access to acute is not as simple as a SG but you can still make bends in a tone of a tone and see a half without tearing the skin of the fingers. After I have big hands so my opinion is completely subjective.

    SOUNDS

    For me the only downside of this guitar. A critical lack of bass that removes a lot of heat to the instrument, these good bass that make us tick ... the only weak point, but a size! Otherwise, the highs are nice, nothing more, there are......
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    No need to explain more, everything has been said! Note still a pretty huge quality finish for a guitar as low-end. Solid spruce top anyway!

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is more than pleasant! You can play as a power but a sound! Of course access to acute is not as simple as a SG but you can still make bends in a tone of a tone and see a half without tearing the skin of the fingers. After I have big hands so my opinion is completely subjective.

    SOUNDS

    For me the only downside of this guitar. A critical lack of bass that removes a lot of heat to the instrument, these good bass that make us tick ... the only weak point, but a size! Otherwise, the highs are nice, nothing more, there are better options for the same price I think.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this guitar for 7 years and I never left. I chose at that time for its beauty, its comfort, it's even why I still play today! This is a very good first guitar, the price is fair value. I would do that choice without hesitation.
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  • Ibanez AW40Published on 05/24/04 at 15:01
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    From China

    21 frets

    I put 10 because deu not at all.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel trs enjoyable.

    good ergonomics of the handle.

    its impcable.

    SOUNDS

    Happening everywhere, a well folk.
    c clean and enjoyable the cost.
    you break your fingers when you solo a pest lches the milieu of music between friends frnsie!.
    you make an agreement and hop c kif! loool
    c true! the try!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I just bought it and I regret it at all. everybody around me is nice.
    trs well made guitar. I flash on the flower of life and worse the sound is to go, but the main c it is enjoyable to play.

    tchuss all ...
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    From China

    21 frets

    I put 10 because deu not at all.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel trs enjoyable.

    good ergonomics of the handle.

    its impcable.

    SOUNDS

    Happening everywhere, a well folk.
    c clean and enjoyable the cost.
    you break your fingers when you solo a pest lches the milieu of music between friends frnsie!.
    you make an agreement and hop c kif! loool
    c true! the try!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I just bought it and I regret it at all. everybody around me is nice.
    trs well made guitar. I flash on the flower of life and worse the sound is to go, but the main c it is enjoyable to play.

    tchuss all
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  • Ibanez AW40Published on 03/09/08 at 10:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Copy / paste the Ibanez site:

    Wood Top: Solid Spruce
    Cts and rear wood: Mahogany
    Channel (Rear): Mahogany
    Pickup: Fishman Sonicore Pickup
    Preamp: Ibanez SST Preamp
    Tuner Intgr: Ibanez Smooth Tuner AS
    neck and bridge saddle: Ibanez Ivorex II
    Straps: Ibanez Strap Button for Acoustic Guitars
    Handle (above): Rosewood

    For info I pay 419 ...

    UTILIZATION

    It's been 3 hours that I play it, and I do not get tired. The fact that the rear of the handle is painted gives a kind trs ct this guitar and the key is trs enjoyable ...

    For usability, we are facing that kind of cash: a shear ctes quickly, we must stand: p

    SOUNDS

    Personally, I love electro by: trs end natural......
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    Copy / paste the Ibanez site:

    Wood Top: Solid Spruce
    Cts and rear wood: Mahogany
    Channel (Rear): Mahogany
    Pickup: Fishman Sonicore Pickup
    Preamp: Ibanez SST Preamp
    Tuner Intgr: Ibanez Smooth Tuner AS
    neck and bridge saddle: Ibanez Ivorex II
    Straps: Ibanez Strap Button for Acoustic Guitars
    Handle (above): Rosewood

    For info I pay 419 ...

    UTILIZATION

    It's been 3 hours that I play it, and I do not get tired. The fact that the rear of the handle is painted gives a kind trs ct this guitar and the key is trs enjoyable ...

    For usability, we are facing that kind of cash: a shear ctes quickly, we must stand: p

    SOUNDS

    Personally, I love electro by: trs end natural sound, good balance between bass and treble mdium I think. Branch, there is nothing to touch, sound equalizer dish

    Pure acoustics, we can blame the lack of bass and power.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Before I tried to buy the Cort Earth100, the Washburn D10, W32 and the Takamine Washburn 399 (MODEL I could not at the top). I found the Ibanez has the most among all assets. The Cort is a bit cheap at any point of view but also the least CHRE. The Washburn D10 trs trs sound good naturally (for lovers of good bass!) but trs bof branches even after fiddling with the equalo. The W32 I 've tried that of course because I did not touch but it sounds like the D10, the diffrence is probably used in the microwave makes. And Takamine is trs trs type ... the trs is subjective, I did not like it, but it is trying.

    J'tais party on a budget of 300 and was aiming for the Washburn D10. Trying the Ibanez I did not get the diffrence of hsit cot. If c'tait again, would have the same
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  • Ibanez AW40Published on 08/03/08 at 02:11
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in China, but very good finish

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice, the strings close enough to the handle.
    Access to the acute is not easy, but it is not really stops.
    the fund is large enough.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is really nice, bright in the treble strong enough in general, just be missing a little bit serious. on the other hand I changed the strings for Ernie Ball Earthwood light that makes the guitar much better in sound and playability.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for six months, I love the sound of the scratching, but also its look. I previously played on a skyscraper at 120 euros, which has nothing to do with this one. the AW40 rings semi pro, have little to do......
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    Made in China, but very good finish

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice, the strings close enough to the handle.
    Access to the acute is not easy, but it is not really stops.
    the fund is large enough.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is really nice, bright in the treble strong enough in general, just be missing a little bit serious. on the other hand I changed the strings for Ernie Ball Earthwood light that makes the guitar much better in sound and playability.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for six months, I love the sound of the scratching, but also its look. I previously played on a skyscraper at 120 euros, which has nothing to do with this one. the AW40 rings semi pro, have little to do something really well with, real cheap after all. I paid 250 euros on the net!
    frankly I have not found the best value / quality on the market ...
    I redo the same choice problem.
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