The Ibanez Artcore AFS75T Electric Guitar is a true hollow-body at a truly nice price. Killer finishes, full body/neck/head/F-hole binding, and precision-inlaid pearl bars on the rosewood fretboard ma... Read More
The Ibanez Artcore AFS75T Electric Guitar is a true hollow-body at a truly nice price. Killer finishes, full body/neck/head/F-hole binding, and precision-inlaid pearl bars on the rosewood fretboard make it look fabulous. ACH1 and ACH2 humbuckers provide a range from prim to pugilistic, making it a tonal tool for everything from jazz to punk to rockabilly. Vintage vibrato and roller bridge provide dive bombing or subtle waver.
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Reviewed by 26 customers
I just purchased this guitar form a guy who just didn't like the thing. I got it CHEAP! Too cheap too print. The bridge was in the wrong spot..so the intonation was way off. Got it all set up and the action plus intonation is one of the best of the guitars I have owned. A good set up makes things differ like noght and day. His willingness to sell for so little is probalby one of my best buys ever! It is like new. I would buy this "On Sale" if I was to lose this one. Nice and comfortable playing. Easy action. Makes my new G&L ASAT Classic telecaster feel like a baseball bat with strings! I must admit...I don't typically look at chinese made products because, at one time, they were garbage. Well, things have changed. The last few guitars I have played made in china rival the playablity of any USA models and they cost so little. I wasn;t looking for this deal but I am glad it manifested in my favor. Hagstrom and Fender are two other brands I have played or owned that were made in china. Hagstrom Viking, awesome and the new Feder Telecster with HSS MIC awesome playing guitars. People always say it is the cheap labor. I say, even low paid workers in the US should be able to make these products for the same or close value. Parts are cheaper so the price should be cheaper. PRS made in Korea great guitars. Breedlove made in Korea great guitars. Not bashing US but just don;t want people to bash people who cannot offord the US made guitars that actually can be made to play as well as these cheaper Chinese, Korean, and or Mexican made gutiars.
I bought this guitar about 4 years ago. Since then, I've played rock shows, punk shows, jazz gigs, and I even used it as a makeshift lapsteel once. It's a fantastic, inexpensive, and versatile instrument that has been my favorite since I first plugged it in. I have one single complaint and that is that the tremolo tends to put the guitar slightly out of tune when used, but that's no deal breaker! I'm planning on putting a real Bigsby on it soon (Going to be hard to put a drill into that guitar) Other than that, BUY IT!
I've had this guitar for several years and still love it. I had ordered it in blue because I loved the color. While I was waiting for it to come in, they let me borrow a red one. While I love my blue beast, that red one played a bit better and sounded much better unplugged. I guess at this price the consistency between individual guitars is not very close. The guitar sounds great clean or with a little overdrive. I prefer my Les Paul for anything involving heavier distortion. The pickups sound sweet, but are not nearly as hot as the Les Paul. Switching between guitars during a set requires some creating effects looping or coordinating with the sound guy to adjust levels. I almost never use the bridge pickup because it's a bit thin. The neck pickup, though, is great for bluesy leads and expressive fills. Clean, the neck pickup takes on a very "round" and warm, almost acoustic vibe. Jazz chords sound great, especially up the neck. The action is high, but playable. No fret buzz on mine, either. As for the tremolo, I find it only so useful. It spends most of the time swiveled around facing the endpin. Not using it keeps the guitar in tune most of the time. I haven't had the issues with the tuners that others have had, but they certainly aren't as good as the Grovers on my Les Paul. Overall, I use it for softer songs that require a more subtle, sweeter sound. For the price, it is highly recommended.
My dad surprised me with this guitar for my birthday a few years ago, and let me just say that it has been my primary guitar since. I'm not much of a "gearhead" when it comes to guitars, so I didn't change anything on the guitar, but I don't feel I have or will ever need to. The tone is perfect, the feel is perfect, the pickups are perfect. Simply a perfect guitar.
I got the candyapple AF75TDG(gold hardware) and can't put it down, I find it hard to type! This guitar is the sweetest and best looking axe around, and for the money you can't beat it, the workmanship is outstanding, playing it is a dream!and what a sound it has will knock you out!
This was my second guitar, and I got it when I was 16. 3 years have gone by since then, and it's still my main guitar. This guitar plays surprisingly well on an Overdrive channel, but playing it on a Clean channel is where it shines. Not only is the tone absolutely gorgeous, but it sits perfectly upon your lap if you're sitting down. It's pretty light, too, so you may even forget that you have a guitar dangling from your shoulders! She's a real beauty, too (I got her in the red color), and I doubt I'll ever get rid of her. Great guitar. It's almost not right to get a guitar this good for so cheap!
I have this guitar in blue, and it is awsome. the sound is very clean, does not buzz THAT OFFTEN.i play mostly metal and rock... this guitar was not realy made for that, but still awsome. the only con i have, is that the body is pretty big so it can be a pain to play.
this is the guitar i learned to play on, and it is an amazingly easy guitar to play. It is also a very well built guitar with an adjustable neck. When you play it, the strings are super easy to press and hold. It has a nice short action. If you get one you wont regret it.
i now own 3 ibanez guitars but this is the best deal i have found so far this is a great all around guitar i havent found any thing wrong with mine easy to play cheap great sound controllable feedback with lots of distortion though great guitar for a beginner or an expert.
I first had the Epiphone version of the 335 Dot and thought it was good but compared to the Ibanez, the Epi sounded flat and had very little tone. Ive read many of the reviews and i must have gotten the cream of the crop because my frets are fine, my tone is good and has range, sounds good plugged in and unplugged, and most importantly it stays in great tune even after using the trem. you just cant abuse the trem and expect it to keep it in tune.
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