Ibanez Artcore AF95 Electric Guitar(Violin Sunburst) Sku #512558000002000 Ibanez 512558 AAH Semi-Hollow and Hollow Body Electric Guitars https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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The Ibanez Artcore AF95 Electric Guitar is a true full-hollow body guitar (no soundblock) with an ACH1 humbucker at the neck and an ACH2 at the bridge. Ibanez combines all that with an arched flamed maple top to give you smooth, hefty tone. Bound rosewood fretboard with 22 large frets, bound top, and bound f-holes provide lush looks accented by the sunburst pickguard that matches the body and mother-of-pearl/abalone block inlays. Flamed maple back and sides, set mahogany neck, and gold hardware.
- Full-hollow body
- Flamed maple top, back, and sides
- Set mahogany neck
- Bound rosewood fretboard
- 22 large frets
- Bound top and F-holes
- ACH1 humbucker at the neck
- ACH2 humbucker at the bridge
- Mother-of-pearl/abalone block inlays
If you're serious about tone and not yet rich, this is your axe of choice. Put it in the cart.
Artcore AF95 Electric Guitar Specifications:
- Body: Flamed Maple top/back/sides
- Bridge: ART1
- Fingerboard: Bound Rosewood
- Frets: Large
- Inlay: Artcore DX
- Neck: 3pc Artcore DX set-in neck
- Pickups: ACH1 Neck pickup; ACH2 Bridge pickup
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Comments about Ibanez Artcore AF95 Electric Guitar:
I've owned this guitar for over a year now, and consider it money well-spent. If I'm not mistaken, Ibanez discontinued this model for a while, then brought it back -- I could be wrong, but it was unavailable online for a long time. It's a true hollow-body: no support blocks inside to mess up your jazz tones. Beautiful guitar, too -- the picture here doesn't do it justice; it's transparent black and looks brown in some lighting. Sounds great, plays great, with round or flat-wound strings, blues or jazz or about anything else. The neck is bigger than the Epiphone Joe Pass models -- not huge, but with a bit of heft, as arch-tops traditionally have had. I'd have liked a slimmer neck, as I have small hands, but in the heat of playing, I forget all about it. If you want a real, honest-to-goodness jazz box, gorgeous and fiery and VERY FUN to play, but you don't want to spend three grand on a Gibson 175, give this one a try. It's worth every penny. Get yourself a hard shell case, too -- the Artcores are a unique shape and probably won't fit in generic archtop cases.