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  • Ibanez AEL4012SEPublished on 08/28/08 at 02:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Guitar made in Korea.
    Solid spruce top, back and sides flamed sycamore, mahogany neck.
    Ibanez preamp with tuner SRTn, micro B-Band ® UST ™. For more information ( https://www.ibanez.co.jp/world/country/frame_france.html ) .
    Well finished guitar, beautiful visually, but it's still not a must, the price paid, it is rather normal, but the value for money is very good.

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very nice, as always with Ibanez, no need to adjust, easy access to acute by the cutaway, but hey, a 12-string ... Very nice shape, like large auditorium with a box deep enough, light enough given the template.

    SOUNDS

    So there, it's beautiful, beautiful, smooth, deep, very present bass, treble......
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    Guitar made in Korea.
    Solid spruce top, back and sides flamed sycamore, mahogany neck.
    Ibanez preamp with tuner SRTn, micro B-Band ® UST ™. For more information ( https://www.ibanez.co.jp/world/country/frame_france.html ) .
    Well finished guitar, beautiful visually, but it's still not a must, the price paid, it is rather normal, but the value for money is very good.

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very nice, as always with Ibanez, no need to adjust, easy access to acute by the cutaway, but hey, a 12-string ... Very nice shape, like large auditorium with a box deep enough, light enough given the template.

    SOUNDS

    So there, it's beautiful, beautiful, smooth, deep, very present bass, treble rattled and the mediums in fine, all still very balanced. For cons, the lack of projection, despite the shape of the body. Arpeggios as chords, the sound is well defined. You still support a little more than a 6-string to avoid it frieze, but hey, there are twice as many strings ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have received from a department store in Germany (it starts with a T ...), very quickly as usual. Good value, I admit that I have just taken on a whim, I was not yet 12 string and I tried very few, so no comparison to be made. For cons, I did a lot of acoustic guitars around, and it is beautiful, period. I would definitely do it again this election!
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