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Ibanez EWN30SYE

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

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Ibanez EWN30SYEPublished on 02/16/09 at 14:32
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Type guitar classic electro-acoustic "so equipped strings mylon manufactured in China.
Top, back and sides flamed sycamore (3-ply laminate, including table), mahogany neck,
button and rosewood bridge, rosette and wood binding, cutaway.
The format of the guitar is not quite that of a classical but rather a mini-jumbo and the neck width at nut is 47 mm - which is more of a handle of folk. Like all guitars in the range "Exotic Wood", the nuts are in Ivorex II.
The electronic system consists of a licensed Ibanez B-band preamp with integrated tuner and XLR output in addition to Jack.
The tuners are gold take a little cheap but pretty good agreement ...

It's working extremely well......
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Type guitar classic electro-acoustic "so equipped strings mylon manufactured in China.
Top, back and sides flamed sycamore (3-ply laminate, including table), mahogany neck,
button and rosewood bridge, rosette and wood binding, cutaway.
The format of the guitar is not quite that of a classical but rather a mini-jumbo and the neck width at nut is 47 mm - which is more of a handle of folk. Like all guitars in the range "Exotic Wood", the nuts are in Ivorex II.
The electronic system consists of a licensed Ibanez B-band preamp with integrated tuner and XLR output in addition to Jack.
The tuners are gold take a little cheap but pretty good agreement ...

It's working extremely well at the violin making and assembly, but instead sold the guitar is horribly wrong ... resolved not resolved at all in fact! On mine it was necessary to give a full turn to get a handle trussroad flat file of about 2mm in the recesses of Nut and more than 5mm under the bridge saddle to get a string action acceptable (and well heard immediately replace the original strings).

So the purchase, even if gets a very nice guitar promising characteristics and unique appearance, there should be a good hour of work to make the guitar playable ... which is bad enough on a new instrument. For that, my note on the characteristics not rise more than 6 / 10!

UTILIZATION

Once set, the handle without being extraordinary is rather pleasant: it is rather flat and narrow width does not change much from that of a folk, a handle is fairly easy to play even if it is not customary classical guitars.
Access the latest frets is clearly seen in the extreme ease pan (very) cut!
The ergonomics are excellent about it: the guitar is very light weight with a perfectly divided between the body and head, the curved shape of the guitar quite well as its thinness makes it very comfortable to play both sitting and standing , great!

If we do not search the sound of a true classic but rather that of a folk guitar with nylon strings, we can say we get very easily sound quite interesting!

All of these features deserve a 9 / 10

SOUNDS

The sounds are "special" ... this is clearly not a classical guitar on which one has to do with but a hybrid of folk nylon strings!
Unplugged, the sound of a very important Sustain is much hotter than a classical guitar with a cedar, but the projection (fairly poor) suffered from the absence of a solid table. Connected, even if the preamp is remarkably accurate, it manages to recover quickly enough the sounds of a classical guitar.
The instrument is very versatile in this sense: Unplugged this EWN30SYE-NT is playable as well with a pick (not too hard anyway) than fingerpicking, it's certainly not a flamenco guitar but for the pop or even to styles "jazzy" (after attack) having fun at home.
Plugged in open tuning it will also fit the bill of many heavy-metal guitarists looking for an electro-acoustic (as long as pulling up a rope ultra-strong).

Sounds very versatile that can be drawn from this guitar lead me to a 9 / 10

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 2 months.
Most are the versatility, playability, ergonomics, XLR output and even exclusive look of this guitar.
The least are the original settings (absolutely horrible), the mechanical rather cheap, the vagueness of the preamp, the reduced projection ... and the fact that it is almost indispensable to mount a game of rope pulling hard to avoid the impression of playing on spaghetti! :-O
I tried a lot of models before you buy ... and I hesitated with the rest of the Cort CEC5 which costs 100 euros less and its only competitor in this market price.
With experience, I would hesitate a long time even with the Cort that offers better value for money and a more "classic" ... but it seems to me inferior.
Always with the experience, I would buy it ... especially not by VPC would it require for me it is sold correctly set!
Overall score of 7 / 10 because it is difficult to digest the absence of original settings and the strings too soft for this tune ... I recommend for beginners.
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  • Manufacturer: Ibanez
  • Model: EWN30SYE
  • Series: EW
  • Category: Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitars
  • Added in our database on: 08/03/2008

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