Ibanez AC240LOPN Artwood Grand Concert Left-Handed Acoustic Guitar
6 String Acoustic Guitars
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Budget-friendly lefty with Open Pore Natural finish for more appreciation of the mahogany woodgrain.
The Artwood Series is the embodiment of what might be called the Ibanez “modern approach to tradition.” Cutting-edge woodworking technology enables the guitar maker’s luthiers to reproduce the sophisticated bracing techniques of the one-of-a-kind instruments of yesteryear. While tradition is obviously the hallmark of the Artwood Series, the company’s decades-long search for the ultimate in acoustic tone has contributed to design alterations that give Artwood a voice all its own.
The Grand Concert body shape of the left-handed AC240LOPN, and the solid mahogany top offers a balance of player comfort full-bodied, well-rounded sonic response. The playability and sound of Artwood mahogany-top acoustics has surprised numerous reviewers for performance in its price category, recommending it as a superior “bang-for-your-buck” acoustic. All of the wood—top, back and sides, breathe openly with the Ibanez open pore finish.
A handsome abalone rosette appoints the guitar’s top. Ibanez die-cast Grover tuners ensure smooth accurate and stable tuning.
- Body type:Grand Concert/OO
- Top wood:SolidMahogany
- Back & sides:Mahogany
- Bracing pattern:Info not available
- Body finish: Open Pore Natural
- Orientation:Left handed
- Neck shape:Low profile
- Nut width:1.69" (43mm)
- Neck wood:Rosewood
- Scale length:25.4"
- Number of frets:20
- Neck finish:Open Pore Natural
- Brand:Not applicable
- Configuration:Not applicable
- Preamp EQ:Not applicable
- Feedback filter:Not applicable
- Tuner:Not applicable
- Headstock overlay:Rosewood
- Tuning machines:ChromeGrover die-cast tuner with half moon knobs
- Saddle & nut:Bone
- Number of strings:6-string
- Special features:Body finish
- Case:Sold separately
- Country of origin:China
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