The Ibanez AEF37E Acoustic-Electric Guitar with Onboard Tuner is sure to sound great plugged in or played acoustically, thanks to the Fishman Sonicore pickup and Ibanez SST preamp. The Ibanez AEF37E f... Read More
The Ibanez AEF37E Acoustic-Electric Guitar with Onboard Tuner is sure to sound great plugged in or played acoustically, thanks to the Fishman Sonicore pickup and Ibanez SST preamp. The Ibanez AEF37E features a quilted maple top, back, and sides, accentuated by gold Grover tuners and pearl block abalone inlays on the rosewood fretboard.
Designed especially to work with the Fishman Sonicore Pickups, the Ibanez SST Preamp features a built-in tuner, 3-Band tone control, and Shape control.
Case sold separately.
Reviewed by 7 customers
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I have owned a lot of electric guitars,expensive/inexpensive but I haven't had an acoustic flat top for quite a few years. I went to guitar center for something else but I always browse instruments when i'm there. This guitar really caught my eye and I had to try it out. I was very sceptical until I played it and heard the beautiful sound it has,great warm tone and good projection. Thinking there has to be something wrong I began close inspection of the workmanship and could not find a blemish or flaw anywhere, it is absolutely perfect so that was it,I had to have it. After playing it more at home the only other thing I have found is the factory setup could have been better as the action is pretty hard. The store will take care of that,just some adjustments. This is a great guitar for the price and the quality matches instruments that are a lot more expensive.
If it is the acoustics of this guitar you are interested in, watch out. This guitar has hardly any acoustic volume. Especially on the bass strings. The notes from this guitar don't ring out like they should. I have also noticed that sometimes when you play with a capo a buzz sound will come from the pick-up inside. The pick-up on the insturment works great, though if you are playing with a groop or at jam useing your pick-up may be the only way you can be heard. Though you will get many compliments on how pretty it is, you won't get many for the sound. However, you don't have to put much pressure on the strings to hold them down good enough to get a clean sound, which makes it a good guitar for someone who has joint problems. Also, for the quality of this guitar the price is quite reasonable, though I do think that there are better guitars you can buy for the very same price.
If it is the acoustic part you are interested in, stay away! The pick-up works great and so does the built in tuner, but it has hardly any acoustic volume. Especially on the bass strings. Also, I have noticed that while playing with a capo the insturment has a slight buzz sound from the pick-up inside. There are only a few positive traits about this guitar I can find besides it's outer beauty. You barley have to toutch the strings to hold them down making it easier on your hands if you have joint problems. And for the quality of the insturment, the price is reasonable, though there are other guitars of the same price that have a much better acoustic sound.
I am trying to turn my hobby into serious musical adventure. I normally play and produce Trance and House, but I love Jazz and Metal. I wanted to get a guitar that was not going to break my bank but give me the sound that I wanted. A friend of mine found this guitar and let me play with it. I have it now since I loved the sound so much. The guitar comes with D�ۡ���Addario strings and I am using the D�ۡ���Addario Phosphor Bronze .010-.047 because it sounds so much brighter. You will not go wrong with this guitar. I also have the Ibanez AW35RECENT ARTWOOD SERIES Acoustic-Electric Guitar that I love. However, my fingers are just not ready and smaller so I am not able to play AW35RECENT. I just let my friend have that one and I kept this one for myself. One day I will graduate to Ibanez ARTWOOD but just not yet.
I was looking for a new guitar that would was of good quality, but having three kids and bills had quite a tight buget. I saw this one and instantly felt like it was the one. And it worked out great. it acually bosted my playing due the the fact that i can't put it down.
I'v been playing for 20 years on and off. My old Martin was in bad shape. I planned to spend up to $1500 for a quality Guitar. Played a lot at the store, Then a saw the Ibanez AEF37E, it looked really cool(Cherry Burst). I was turned off at first by the low price! When I played it I was hooked. Great action and sound you can't go wrong, plus the price is excellent! I love this guitar and play more now than ever. Great buy.
I fell in love with this guitar the first time I played it. It has outstanding tone both unplugged and amplified. The intonation is dead on, and the tuner is accurate. The internal eq makes it so when plugged in, you get the best quality possible, and the notch filter is cool too. I would recommend this to anybody and everybody who likes quality in their guitars.
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