Ibanez ART100 Electric Guitar White 

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Easily affordable and playable.

The first single-cutaway Artist in 30 years, the Ibanez ART2100 Artist guitar is an affordable, old-school-style solidbody with top-of-the-bill features. The contoured mahogany body has a mahogany set neck for excellent resonance. The Artcore ACH1-S and ACH2-S humbuckers filter out interference from electrical sources while using ceramic magnets to pump out all the crunch and sustain you'll need to rock the house. The Gibraltar III tailpiece lets you easily adjust each string for solid intonation. The short 24-2/3" scale makes note bending a breeze on the bound rosewood fretboard with 22 medium frets. The 12th fret has a special ART inlay for a modest touch of flair.

Case sold separately.

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Features
  • Mahogany body
  • ART set-in mahogany neck
  • 24-2/3" scale
  • Bound rosewood fretboard
  • 22 medium frets
  • ART special on 12th fret inlay
  • Artcore ACH1-S ceramic magnet neck humbucker
  • Artcore ACH2-S ceramic magnet bridge humbucker
  • Gibraltar III tailpiece
  • 24.7" scale
  • Set-in neck
  • Case sold separately

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IbanezART100 Electric Guitar
 
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5.0

An amazing value!

By Andrew Moua

from Undisclosed

Comments about Ibanez ART100 Electric Guitar:

I wasn't sure how serious I wanted to get about playing guitar but I also didn't want to buy a "starter" guitar. The ART100 caught my eye because of both the look and the price. I did some research and eventually bought the white version, and which gets compliments all the time. The finish is amazing, and the inlay on the neck is such a nice touch. For the price, I was expecting minor flaws, but this guitar holds up as a tremendous value. It came strung with D'addario strings, so I didn't have to worry about changing those immediately; the action is very nice, frets were smooth and hardly any buzz, even with my limited skill level. The sounds of this guitar are also very versatile; the clean tone of this guitar is out of this world, and it holds up great with distortion as well (Nick from As I Lay Dying apparently really loves his European version of this guitar). I will probably want to upgrade my pickups sometime, but the ones included are not awful. In the year I've had this guitar, I've not traveled much with it, but have bumped it many times on my desk, chairs, walls, etc., but still it looks brand new. I recommend this guitar to anyone looking for a nice cheap axe that doesn't want to settle for "just a guitar."

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5.0

THE MOST VERSITAL GUITAR ON THE PLANET!!!

By first name last name

from Burlington, Ia

Comments about Ibanez ART100 Electric Guitar:

I got this guitar because I needed a good backup to my Gibson Les Paul. But after playing it for a couple of days it quickly became my number one instrument. The set neck is nice and flat, but the thickness is somewhere between a Les Paul and Wizard II. Extreme body comfort thin around edges, thick at bridge and pickups. Superb finish, looks much more beautiful in front of you than on a computer or magazine. Now the good part, the tone. The pickups aren't the highest output but are very good, especially for blues. I really don't believe that there is a style of music that this guitar can't handle. I'm going to put different pickups on it but that's only because I'm going to start touring again and want a more solid metal tone.

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