Electro-acoustic classical guitar shape auditorium.
- Solid cedar
- Back & Sides: Rosewood
- Neck: Mahogany (width at nut 46 mm)
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- Nut: Bone
- Bridge: Rosewood
- Sensor, preamp Fishman
- Mechanical type "classic" golden, black buttons
- Gloss finish on body, satin finish on the neck.
Finishes copies as usual Ibanez: Net cash maple, well polished frets, violin adjusted chalk, varnish without fault.
Despite its form "Auditorium", it will play what you want (and can ... of course . Jazz, bossa, classical, pop. The acoustic qualities permit.
The shape and width of the neck at nut 46mm, make it very comfortable. The satin finish handle and more about comfort.
The pre-amp is simple and accessible, no worries. The tuner built in is a plus.
Council to find a case:
A case in the form of jazz guitar 16 inches - Genre: Ibanez AF, AK, Epiphone Joe Pass and of course Gibson ES-175 - will fit like a glove! A better case for classical guitar.
The projection is important. Well articulated across the range sound. Cedar provides warmth without stifling the media-acute ... beautiful acoustic presence.
Once amplified, the piezo transcribed with the dynamics of this guitar. A basic EQ brings out a particular frequency. Good capture ... piezo.
Having acquired this Ibanez to replace Lag, I can only note that the latter, in the same price range do not offer the acoustic characteristics of the Japanese brand. This Ibanez has impressed me. Admittedly, it was worth at its output, a hundred euros more than 360 paid ... but it was worth it. End of range as replaced by GM600 (Englemann table, only difference), the GM500 is a great guitar. Beautiful, well finished, professional services ... and at this price: Very good deal!
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