Ibanez Artist Series AR3212 12-String Electric GuitarProduct #H95361 Ibanez H95361 AAG Solid Body Electric Guitars https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.
Ibanez's distinctive contribution to the guitar pantheon gets upgraded to 12 strings.
Anyone who knows their guitar history will tell you: Ibanez spent much of the 1970s in the role of the prodigious student, building copies that exceeded the quality of the originals. They'd proven themselves quite capable, but would they ever make their own distinctive contribution to the guitar pantheon?
The Artist proved Ibanez was serious about standing shoulder to shoulder with industry veterans. Made of mahogany, just like the classics, the AR3212 Artist's symmetrical double-cutaway body style was a first in the production guitar world. But Ibanez's biggest leap forward will continue to be appreciated by today's player: the tri-sound switching system, a unique configuration that opens up the number of pickup/tone possibilities.
But no matter what the setting, the Super 58s pack this axe with rich tonal palette. Gorgeous old school pearl/abalone block inlays make for a path back to one of rock's most dynamic chapters.
All AR series have Tri-sound switch for each pickup. Choose from series, parallel & coil-tap wirings for tonal varieties. Non slip Sure grip III knobs support accurate volume & tone control.
Super 58 custom pickups
Super 58 custom pickups feature moderate output & vintage tone.
All AR series feature 3-pc Maple slim neck & ultra smooth heel for playability.
Case sold separately.
- Double cutaway mahogany body
- 3-pc Maple slim neck & ultra smooth heel
- Super 58 custom pickups
- Tri-sound switch for each pickup with series, parallel & coil-tap wirings
- Case sold separately
Experience dazzling tones with this versatile 12-string. Order today.