Ibanez AEG70 Grand Auditorium Electro Acoustic, Trans Charcoal Burst High Gloss
The Ibanez AEG70 Grand Auditorium Electro Acoustic has an eye-catching flamed Maple top giving it a tiger stripe effect, and Sapele back and sides, which is a West African tonewood similar to Mahogany, but provides a slightly brighter sound. The Nyatoh neck is topped with a 20-fret Walnut fretboard, and the Ibanez AEG70 also uses Ibanez Advantage bridge pins which are easier to remove and replace than regular bridge pins, and there’s an Ibanez T-bar II undersaddle pickup which equalises the volume of each string. Available in Trans Charcoal Burst High Gloss and Vintage Violin High Gloss.
Absolutely gorgeous, plays very well, sounds great.
Its a very good guitar for the money, was a little buzzy when I got it but just needed to push the bridge pins in a little so no big deal, really happy with it.
Wonderful sound, wonderful feeling.