Ibanez AEWC32FM Thin Body Electro Acoustic, Amber Sunset Fade
Ibanez, the king of shredding gear proudly introduces an acoustic guitar specially designed for electric guitar players: the AEWC32FM. Inspired by the playability and aesthetics of electric guitars, the AEWC32FM is an acoustic guitar that shredders will have very little trouble adjusting to. The AEWC32FM has a remarkably slimline body, 60 mm neck joint, and 70 mm body end, which provide the ultimate playing comfort.
The unique cutaway gives easy access to the upper positions. The medium size fret-wire on the AEWC32FM’s fretboard contribute to smooth and fast playability, especially for single-note playing. The combination of the Fishman® Sonicore pickup and the Ibanez AEQ210TF preamp give a well balanced and natural acoustic performance on any stage. One design feature is the lack of bridge pins, the quick change bridge offers a fast and easy structure for re-strings.
Inspired by the finishes of electric guitars, the Ibanez AEWC32FM comes in Glacier Black and Glacier Blue low-gloss finishes on a black-stained Flamed Maple top and Mahogany back and sides. These are unique and outstanding colours for those seeking something different from the ordinary acoustic guitar look. The AEWC32FM delivers the pleasure of playing acoustic guitar with great playability and usability for electric guitar players.
- Body Shape - AEWC Thin Body
- Top - Flamed Maple top
- Back & Sides - Mahogany
- Body Depth - 60/70mm at neck joint/body end
- Neck - Mahogany neck
- Fretboard - Rosewood fretboard
- Bridge - Rosewood Bridge
- Soundhole - Acrylic rosette
- Inlay - Offset dot inlay
- Tuning Machine - Black Die-cast tuners
- Strings - Ibanez IACS6C string (.012-.053 Gauge)
- Pickup - Fishman® Sonicore pickup
- Preamp - Ibanez AEQ210TF preamp w/Onboard tuner
- Output Jack - 1/4” output jack
The price is a little on the high side for a guitar with a weak,thin acoustic sound. I don’t expect it to be wonderful as it’s ment to be slimline but I have similar guitars with a warmer sound.