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Ibanez Talman TCY10 Acoustic-Electric Guitar Transparent Blue Sunburst 

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A stylish acoustic-electric guitar with great tone.

Ibanez's double-cutaway Talman TCY10 is perfect for the electric guitarist who wants to gain the full tones of an acoustic guitar without losing the comfort and playability of an electric. This Ibanez guitar features the clarity of a bridge pickup combined with a spruce top and mahogany back and sides.

Case sold separately.

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  • Body Shape: Talman double cutaway
  • Neck: Mahogany neck
  • BackSides: Mahogany back and sides
  • Top: Spruce top
  • Rosette: Black and white multi rosette
  • Tuners: Ibanez chrome die-cast uners
  • Pickup: Ibanez piezo pickup
  • Electronics: Ibanez AEQ200T Preamp with 2-band EQ and onboard tuner
  • Fretboard: Rosewood bridge and fretboard
  • Saddle: Ivorex II nut and saddle
  • BridgePins: Advantage bridge pins
  • Strings: Ibanez coated acoustic strings
  • Finishes: Black high-gloss finish
  • Case sold separately

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Talman TCY10 Acoustic-Electric Guitar Specifications:

Body Dimensions:
  • Width: 14"
  • Depth: 3.25"
  • Length: 18"
Neck Dimensions:
  • Scale/Length: 25.5" (648mm)
  • Width at Nut: 1.69" (43mm)
  • Width at Joint: 2.16" (55mm)
  • Thickness 1st Fret: .79" (20mm)
  • Thickness 7th Fret: .83" (21mm)
  • Radius: 11.8" (300mm)
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IbanezTalman TCY10 Acoustic-Electric Guitar

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(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)




from Up North, MN

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  • Affordable
  • Learn Guitar Setup
  • Playable


    Best Uses

    • Learning Bridge Adjusting
    • Learning Guitar Setup
    • Learning String Replacing

    Comments about Ibanez Talman TCY10 Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

    Product received on time. Box unopened from factory. Strings so rusty that two were broken right out of the box. Plastic zip lock bag containing truss rod hex wrench and paper work had opened and contents strewn all over inside with guitar. Also came with connection cable for amp that had 1/4" metal jacks loose in the box. Guitar was badly damaged due to being hammered with metal guitar hex wrench and cable metal ends during shipment. Finish scratched badly. Neck bowed and very dry. Action unbelievably high due to bowed neck. While changing strings, I noticed the bridge slot for the saddle had large splits and chunks of wood missing due to being cut with a dull blade at the factory. Also, the bridge pin holes were drilled at an angle and oblong in shape, also caused by dull drill bit or router blade at factory. I glued up the bridge splits, adjusted the truss rod and lightly sanded the bridge pin holes to get the rough wood off and determined the bridge pins would most likely hold. The saddle wasn't flat on the bottom and so due to the high action, I sanded it flat out in my wood shop. I wouldn't recommend a lay person doing this, I am a wood carver and so have tools and ability to do this. Because I obtained this guitar for a very reasonable discount, I determined not to return it, but use it instead for a campfire guitar with friends this summer. It's a nice enough sounding and now that I fixed it, a reasonably well playable guitar. I'm going to sand off the top and refinish it with plain natural danish oil. The back and sides are scratched up, but for outdoor campfire singing and enjoyment, I don't care about that. I put feed and wax wood treatment on the fingerboard when replacing the strings. The wood soaked it up rapidly and overnight the rough fret edges went away. I'm guessing here, but I think this instrument could possibly have been one that sat on a boat too long on the California coast during the dock workers' strike exposing it to too much salt air. Air gets in the packaging no matter how well you bundle things up. Salt air eats guitar strings. I own two other Ibanez Talmans, the TCY74-OPN, and the TCM50-NT. Both of those I received in excellent condition with no issues. I think my luck ran out with this one and I just got a lemon. I like the other two so well as they are very comfortable to play for me and I love the double cutaway shape for an acoustic, I think Ibanez is the only company who makes one with this design. I'm going to have to keep it now due to the work I've done on it, but this shouldn't have come to me like this. Nobody ever opened the box before it was shipped to me. If they had, I believe this would have been a better experience, but I have learned, so that is a good thing.

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    (6 of 7 customers found this review helpful)


    Great Guitar for the price.


    from Clinton, NC

    Comments about Ibanez Talman TCY10 Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

    I don't think it can be beat for the price. I wanted an acoustic electric, but didn't want to break the bank. This was the ticket. Fun to play and looks good to boot.

    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)


    excellent sound for its size.


    from Sacramento, CA

    Comments about Ibanez Talman TCY10 Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

    The Ibanez Talman TCY10 Acoustic-Electric Guitar is a lot of fun to play. Its better sounding than most size guitar, which tend to sound a bit weak in the bass. After I brought mine I restrung it with DAddario Extra Light strings to give more of an electric guitar feel. And now I just love playing it. Its size makes it comfortable to carry around and play in any room in the house. I have had no trouble playing through an amp. The electronics are easy and straight forward. Note: you may need to adjust the truss rod if you change to a lighter gauge string; caution if you are not up to doing so have a guitar tech do it for you.

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