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Ibanez EW20WNE

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

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Ibanez EW20WNEPublished on 01/18/07 at 07:50
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Everything has been said

USE

Yes
Yes
Yes
not

SOUNDS

Not
no effect on connected feedback is very rapidly
odd / does not return all the sounds of the guitar when plugged into an amp
to try on a live sound system (without amplifier)
serious no problem / no acute problem / medium practically

NOTICE GLOBAL

2 months
mild, beautiful ...
the sound power is mediocre, very good for practice, the stage out of the question
moderately well
not
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" First guitar."

Ibanez EW20WNEPublished on 05/09/13 at 12:46
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in China.

Site features Ibanez:
EW body shape body
Cordia top top
back & sides Cordia back & sides
neck Mahogany neck
pickup B-Band ® UST ™ pickup
SRTc preamp Ibanez preamp w / Chorus and Onboard Tuner
Die-cast tuning machines Chrome tuners
bridge pins Ibanez Advantage ™ bridge pins
Abalone rosette rosette
bridge & fretboar Rosewood bridge and fretboard

The only difference with mine, which is one of the first in the series, is the preamp.
Mine is really bad when I plugged into my marshall acoustic AS50D I have poussser volume and suddenly it crachotte, it's ugly.
I hope that the new preamp is better quality.

UTILIZATION

The handle is nice.
The......
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Made in China.

Site features Ibanez:
EW body shape body
Cordia top top
back & sides Cordia back & sides
neck Mahogany neck
pickup B-Band ® UST ™ pickup
SRTc preamp Ibanez preamp w / Chorus and Onboard Tuner
Die-cast tuning machines Chrome tuners
bridge pins Ibanez Advantage ™ bridge pins
Abalone rosette rosette
bridge & fretboar Rosewood bridge and fretboard

The only difference with mine, which is one of the first in the series, is the preamp.
Mine is really bad when I plugged into my marshall acoustic AS50D I have poussser volume and suddenly it crachotte, it's ugly.
I hope that the new preamp is better quality.

UTILIZATION

The handle is nice.
The shape is very pretty, it's a box with a jumbo cutaway quite aesthetic.
The right arm can rest comfortably on the body and the cutaway allows to expect more With easy the last string.
In terms of price / quality, the sound is really good.
In fact fortunately this electro-acoustic guitar has a real case (and not a semi-hollow) because for my part I do not use that sound. The sound does not carry as much as a fully acoustic guitar, but if you want a little voice is not so bad.

SOUNDS

Since it is my first guitar, I did not really start style music.
And this guitar is perfect when you do not know where to go at first.
But it should gobalement more for blues / rock.
The highs are crystalline and have a serious warm color.

I note that 7 because the electronic function is difficult to use with the preamp I have. This can be changed with the new preamp mounted on the latest models.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for my 18th birthday, I was born in 1988 (do the math usage time it changes every year ;))
I have not tried many model before: an old Ibanez acoustic my father but excellent sound, a Takamine TF341DLX (the sublime, also belonging to my father) and two Ovation I've forgotten references.
I love this guitar, it is a rather unusual quality for its price.
The abalone rosette is very nice, no mark on the frets but a very small pearl design aesthetic. Even the mark on the head is pearly white.
And its course is very nice. My listeners (the friend (s), I'm an amateur) have often been surprised by its sound.

With experience I will ever be the same choice. I do not want anything to change the world, but it may be because the first instrument.
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" value for money"

Ibanez EW20WNEPublished on 06/19/12 at 05:01
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Acoustic electric guitar with integrated tuner.

UTILIZATION

the handle was very pleasant at the time of purchase but have not aged very well, becoming quite difficult to play, I installed the nylon strings and there is happiness.

SOUNDS

With nylon strings sound is necessarily rounder with less attack but it suits me very well because I made the accompaniment of singing and rapping, which leaves room for the voices.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for several years and this guitar is really robust reliable and convenient, it has a sound for accompaniment with nylon strings. It's perfect for guitarist has not a huge budget. ...
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Acoustic electric guitar with integrated tuner.

UTILIZATION

the handle was very pleasant at the time of purchase but have not aged very well, becoming quite difficult to play, I installed the nylon strings and there is happiness.

SOUNDS

With nylon strings sound is necessarily rounder with less attack but it suits me very well because I made the accompaniment of singing and rapping, which leaves room for the voices.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for several years and this guitar is really robust reliable and convenient, it has a sound for accompaniment with nylon strings. It's perfect for guitarist has not a huge budget.
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Ibanez EW20WNEPublished on 09/26/06 at 15:41
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in Asia, I guess
20 frets
5 knobs: volume, bass, middle, treble, shape

Table grained ash.
Mahogany.
Rosewood fingerboard and bridge.
Ibanez B-Band Micro SquealRepeal.
SRT preamp with tuner.

UTILIZATION

This is my first guitar so I no element of comparison! Having said that after several years of low, I find the handle very pleasant compared to the guitars I've tested at the time of purchase. Rather late, but it seems a bit harder to play than other entry-level electro-acoustic, it is quickly used, and it quickly became at ease on it!
Access to acute is relatively easy thanks to the cutaway, but well after the 18th, it becomes quite dangerous.

Personally, I......
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Made in Asia, I guess
20 frets
5 knobs: volume, bass, middle, treble, shape

Table grained ash.
Mahogany.
Rosewood fingerboard and bridge.
Ibanez B-Band Micro SquealRepeal.
SRT preamp with tuner.

UTILIZATION

This is my first guitar so I no element of comparison! Having said that after several years of low, I find the handle very pleasant compared to the guitars I've tested at the time of purchase. Rather late, but it seems a bit harder to play than other entry-level electro-acoustic, it is quickly used, and it quickly became at ease on it!
Access to acute is relatively easy thanks to the cutaway, but well after the 18th, it becomes quite dangerous.

Personally, I love the shape, weight is not really problematic, ca rises in two fingers, it's a piece of wood after all!

As a beginner on guitar, I can easily get a good sound

SOUNDS

I listen a lot of things: from reggae to metal through electro, but I play mostly rock and I think the sound is quite suitable.

Not connected, we get a sound rather grave, round, probably great for playing jazz. I play too much jazz, not even at all, but it's immediately captivated me, maybe due to the fact that I made a lot of bass. Once connected, it was quite frankly the choice at the sound settings, between the preamp and the amp, it's hard to not be satisfied!

Knob with the "shape" we arrive to get strengthened in the attacks of strings, which can be very nice on some pieces!

OVERALL OPINION

It's been two months now I have

I prefer a hand shape, is probably the color, acoustics, and the potential for a lot of different sounds when plugged

Of course, as said above, I have no real basis for comparison .. At the time of purchase, I tested 3 (1 Yam acoustics, a Cort electro but in this price range, I did not hesitate long!

At 315 euros for this guitar, I find it much more honest, especially that it was a favorite ..

I would do this election without a single hesitation!
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Ibanez
  • Model: EW20WNE
  • Series: EW
  • Category: Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitars
  • Added in our database on: 06/30/2006

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