Ibanez has long described Artwood as a "modern approach to acoustic guitar tradition." Now, with the 22.8" scale AVT1NT Artwood Vintage Tenor Acoustic Guitar, Ibanez delves fathoms deeper into guitar ... Read More
Ibanez has long described Artwood as a "modern approach to acoustic guitar tradition." Now, with the 22.8" scale AVT1NT Artwood Vintage Tenor Acoustic Guitar, Ibanez delves fathoms deeper into guitar building tradition. The AVT1NT promises to return the tenor guitar back to it's rightful place in the folk instrument pantheon. It features a bone nut to deliver a well-balanced sound and a bone saddle on a distinctively contoured rosewood bridge. Ideal for strummers and traveling musicians who want to keep their chops up, this smaller-bodied guitar gives you plenty of tone and projection despite its smaller frame thanks to the combination of solid Sitka spruce top, magohany neck, back and sides, and rosewood fingerboard. Other appointments include a black and white multi-rosette, and open gear tuners with pearl buttons.
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I was thrilled when I saw that Ibanez had come out with a tenor guitar. I currently own a Goldtone tenor and it is a blast to play. With only four strings, the chords are a breeze and I use it as my number one instrument for songwriting. Its compact size travels well and it is a real featherweight. I can't rate the Ibanez. I've never seen one. What I can say is that tenor guitars are NOT a kid's guitar or a toy. The are beautiful instruments and one should be in your collection.
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