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Ibanez Classical & Nylon Guitars

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Learning how to play the classical guitar takes a great deal of practice and concentration, which is why the nylon-stringed instrument you go with should be chosen wisely. With that in mind, you can bet that a respected instrument manufacturer like Ibanez constructs a wide range of high-quality classical guitars for musicians of all styles and skill levels. From student models to cutaway acoustic-electrics, Ibanez is proud to provide amateurs and pros alike with the instruments they need to bring their talents to the forefront. For a better idea of which Ibanez classical guitar is right for you, it's best to dive into your choices and have a closer look at what each can offer in terms of tone and playability. If you're still not sure where to begin, starting with the best sellers is always a safe bet, and the GA1 1/2 Size Classical Guitar is ideal for younger players. Featuring a spruce top, mahogany neck, classical mosaic design and a natural high-gloss finish, this smaller-sized guitar is affordably-priced yet still delivers the top-notch sound and feel you'd expect from a company like Ibanez. Of course, Ibanez has plenty of options for more experienced artists as well, including 7-string and 8-string models. For a stage-ready crossover nylon-string with a narrow neck, check out the AEG10NII Nylon String Cutaway Acoustic-Electric. Slender in its appearance yet powerful in its delivery, the AEG10NII is very easy on the hands, and its AEQ-SP1 preamp captures the instrument's natural colors and nuances in total clarity. Additionally, the onboard tuner allows you to stay perfectly in tune throughout your show, and the preamp includes phase reverse to eliminate feedback. These days, classical guitarists have more than enough choices, but when it comes to getting more bang for your buck, you don't need to look any further than Ibanez. In fact, they've been constructing Spanish guitars since 1935, and since that time their nylon-stringed instruments have earned the praise of more and more accomplished players by the day.