Open Box (Mint) Ibanez AEG10NII Nylon String Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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A crossover nylon-string with a narrow neck that's made for the stage.
The AEG Series slender, single-cutaway bodies deliver powerful and balanced acoustic sound, unplugged or through an amp or PA system. The AEG10NII Nylon-String Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar combines easy playability and a mahogany body with spruce top to create a quality, workhorse acoustic guitar that will rise to any occasion. The Ibanez AEQ-SP1 preamp with onboard tuner, enable easy sonic manipulation, using the 3-band EQ. Any contour is right at your fingertips. The AEQ-SP1 also offers a phase reverse for feedback reduction.
Case sold separately.
- AEG Body
- Mahogany Neck
- Abalone Rosette
- Fishman Sonicore Pickup
- Ibanez AEQ-SP1 preamp with onboard tuner
- Balanced 1/4" Output
- Rosewood Bridge and Fretboard
- Ibanez Ivorex II Nut and Saddle
- Case sold separately
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AEG10NII Nylon String Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar Specifications:
- BodyShape: AEG Body
- Neck: Mahogany Neck (14th Fret Neck/Body Joint)
- BackSides: Mahogany Back and Sides
- Top: Spruce Top
- Rosette: Abalone Rosette
- Tuners: Gold Classical Tuners
- Pickup: Fishman Sonicore Pickup
- Electronics: Ibanez AEQ-SP1 preamp with onboard tuner
- Outputs: Balanced 1/4"
- Fretboard: Rosewood Bridge and Fretboard
- Saddle: Ivorex II Nut and Saddle
- Strings: Ibanez Coated Classical Nylon Strings
- Scale/Length 650mm
- Width at Nut 46mm
- Width at Joint 58mm
- Thickness 1st Fret 21.5mm
- Thickness 7th Fret 22.5mm
- Radius FLAT
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Comments about Ibanez AEG10NII Nylon String Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar:
I am primarily a bass player but I was interested in purchasing a nylon string/classical style acoustic/electric guitar. I had checked out a few costing more at one of the big music stores in town. I then saw the Ibanez and thought I would check it out. I really liked the sound and features And actually thought it sounded better when amplified than one of the more expensive ones I tried.
I then saw the one I finally purchased from Music 123 as an returned mint condition item. The price was great compared to a "new" item and it was delivered in mint condition. My only disappointment was that it was advertised as the earlier model that had an XLR output in addition to the standard 1/4" output jack. The newer models only have the 1/4". Also as a cost cutting measure the bridge seems to be a plastic material but does not seem to adversely effect the sound. One thing I do like about it compared to other classical guitars that I looked at is that it has fret markers on the fingerboard. All in all I do think it is a good quality and sounding guitar forr the cost for those wanting to start off learning a nylon string or just wanting to have just another option to play in their collection.
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