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Ibanez AC240-OPN Guitare Acoustique Naturel
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- Taille Grand Concert
- Table acajou massif
- Fond, éclisses et manche acajou
- Touche et chevalet palissandre
- Diapason 24,9 - incrustations dots - rosace abalone - mécaniques grover chromées - sillets en os - plaque noire - d'addario exp
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Guitare Folk, Naturelle, Taille Grand Concert, table acajou massif Fond, éclisses et manche acajou
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
First off, I could never bond with dreadnaughts. The body just feels too big to me, and i'm 6'1, with long arms. It feels like a tank. I want sometime I can just pick up and play leaning back on the couch. I don't want it to be an ordeal. I love parlors and concert bodies. They are very comfortable and inviting, and that makes a huge difference. I like the unique look of the guitar, much more than the anonymous look of another dreadnaught. I also like that you can feel the grain of the wood.
I play blues, and a lot of classic rock and alternative type stuff, and the mahogany top sounds great for that, I love the tone more than a spruce or cedar top, but thats personal preference. The satin finish is a good combination for the mahogany. I don't like having to polish smudges and fingerprints off a shiny lacquered finish all the time. The satin doesn't show these things. I also believe that the oiled finish will allow the wood to dry faster and age better, and that the lack of having many coats of lacquer means the wood will resonate more, increasing sustain and tone.
The tone is nicely balanced. Not too bassy, not too bright. Sound projection is great. It can be pretty loud if you play hard. Tuning stability is great. I do a lot of blues bending on mine, and the tuning holds up. The fretwork was great. No tall or uneven frets, no sharp frets sticking out. I love striking a hard open chord, and letting it ring out and just appreciate how incredible this thing sounds.
This model has a slightly smaller scale, which I prefer because it makes playing difficult chording easier, and I find it better for playing leads. It also has a slightly wider nut. But the small measurement is a significant difference, and the wider nut is what makes this guitar very well suited for fingerpicking styles.
As you may have noticed this guitar has a handful of specs you don't often find on a $300 acoustic. Grover tuners (these sell separately for almost $100 alone), genuine bone nut and saddle, exp strings, solid top. This guitar is all about the sing, not the bling, but it has some nice cosmetics, like an inlaid logo and headstock accent, abalone soundhole rosette, binding on the front and back of the body.
A lot of acoustic players turn their noses up at the Ibanez brand. Either because they only associate Ibanez with cheap heavy metal electrics, or because of some poorly received acoustics from the past, but their Artwood line is a consistent winner. Not many people are aware that Ibanez began with making acoustics first before electrics, back in the 30's. I previously owned a Martin DM that costed more than twice as much as this one did, and I love this more.
You can see from my other reviews that I have no problem dishing out criticism when its due. Most products have some flaws and downfalls, but there is just so much to like about this guitar, and I really can't find anything wrong with it. Straight out of the box it was setup perfect. The action was just right, no strings buzzing. Intonation was right on, the neck was set right. Thats amazing for a budget instrument. Even $1,500 Gibson electrics i've owned had several flaws.
If possible, play this thing in person, and i'll think you'll agree, what it lacks in brand allure and prestige it far exceeds in value.
Never have I been so impressed with a guitar under $1000.
I searched and searched for something decent to take anywhere. Something not too pricy, but still having tone. Are there other guitars with decent tone? Sure. But not too many under $500. Most sound like plastic toys. They're so darn trebly and bright. After listening for a few seconds - UGH! No bass.
So I read the reviews but couldn't find anything on YouTube of this guitar that was PROPERLY MIC'd. Shocking because this is their most popular model. So I took a shot. The guitar arrived yesterday.
First thing I noticed was the attention to detail. Beautifully crafted instruments at this price point are difficult to find. Everything was perfect.
The guitar is super-light. Dry. Like a vintage guitar. And has rich tone similar to that of a guitar that's been played for years.
And that is why I had to write this review.
Back to my point - Yes, there are guitars with ok tone under $500. But none have this vintage-y, broken-in tone. The sound is comparable to guitars in the $600-700 price range. It's light, dry, airy, mellow, bass-to- spare, balanced and overall PLEASANT. Mellifluous.
I have guitars worth several thousand. Vintage Martins. So I'm spoiled. And the tinny, shrill stuff that most guitar makers put out today is subpar, in my opinion.
It was between this and the seagull S6. I played the s6. Very nice guitar. But I like this one.
In my opinion is it much more playable, as well.
The neck is gorgeous and smooth. Wow, what a design. Your hand will slide up and down with ease.
And lastly, the action. This guitar will not even need a setup. Now can you see why I'm saying - WOW?
Perfect string height. No BUZZING FRETS. No dead frets.
Just great tone up and down the neck.
I have not put the guitar down. Actually, I had to because I haven't played in a couple years and didn't want to overdo it right away. Need to build muscles back up. But, golly, if I had had this guitar when I started, I'd never have stopped playing.
And my favorite part about this whole deal is the price. I'm a Martin lover. But ibanez just became my new favorite company.
Because they're making instruments that sound great, at prices many more people can afford. We've got to respect that. And they're not just phoning it in.
They're clearly working at achieving Great sound. Instruments do not sound this good by accident.
My opinion, best guitar value under $1000.
I am not saying best guitar under $1000. Obviously there are $800-900 guitars that may be better, but I'm strictly talking about value. This guitar sounds like an instrument more than double it's price. That makes it an amazing value.
Usually, the beginner guitar price-point market is such that you outgrow the guitars quickly and need to upgrade.
I can say with surety that this guitar will keep you satisfied for many years. It's a solid top so it should actually sound better as time passes. I got it to get back into playing. My initial thought was that I'd have to purchase something more expensive in the future.
Now that I've played this, I can say that I am not even thinking about buying another acoustic. This is a completely professional level quality instrument and I'd be proud to take it out to perform or play with a band.
As I said, it makes me happy to know that parents can get their kids an awesome sounding instrument at this price point. Or perhaps your significant other or friend needs a guitar, but you don't want to buy them a "cheap" sounding guitar, but don't wish to break the bank either. This is your ticket. Superb sound. I will be buying this as a gift for a few friends and family. Value, value, value.
And no, ibanez did not pay me- ha.
This is an honest review from a real purchaser. I will be making a video soon with this guitar so others can get a better idea of just what I'm rattling on about.
Buy this with confidence.
Oh, even the strings it came with are so great.
They're the smoothest playing strings I've tried. Thought they were elixir, at first. Not sure. I'll have to look it up. All in all, they're shipping you an awesome instrument that is a pleasure to listen to. I sincerely hope this helps someone make up their mind about this purchase. I'm an audiophile and difficult to please.
This guitar exceeded expectations.