The Ibanez EW20SGE Acoustic-Electric Guitar from the Exotic Wood Series looks beautiful enough for gallery display and yet ready for any type of gig. The guitar's spalted mango-wood body continues the EW tradition of the finest exotic tone woods. The EW20SGE guitar features an Ibanez SRTn preamp with notch filter and onboard tuner as well as balanc... Click To Read More About This Product
The Ibanez EW20SGE Acoustic-Electric Guitar from the Exotic Wood Series looks beautiful enough for gallery display and yet ready for any type of gig. The guitar's spalted mango-wood body continues the EW tradition of the finest exotic tone woods. The EW20SGE guitar features an Ibanez SRTn preamp with notch filter and onboard tuner as well as balanced 1/4" and XLR outputs”superb electronics at an affordable price.
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I love this guitar, the thing I like the best about it is that every one is different. The wood is unique on each guitar. The sound is very cool and has a cool tone on the lower notes. It was perfect right out of the box, it was even already tuned, and literally ready to play when it shipped. The tuner is very easy to use, and is very handy since it is built into the guitar. It sounds amazing when it is plugged in also. Distortion really doesn't sound to bad, as long you have headphones (or turned up loud enough to cover up the acoustic). I would recoment this to anyone looking to buy buy an acoustic/acoustic-electric guitar. You'll love it, I promise!
I've had this for about a year now and I'm kind of disappointed with this guitar. It's beautiful and plays pretty good, but the tuner machines are already stripped out and my cheap washburn guitar sounds way better. But the onboard tuner and EQ are a big plus. If you're looking for a real quality guitar, don't look here. save your money up and get a taylor.
So I won some money in fantasy football this season...just in time for gtr centers end of the year sale. So it came down to a $500 limit and the contestants were the Alvarez, Ovation,Ibanez and the Dean...First I played all of them just to get the feel of each...then narrowed it down to just two...the Ovation and the Ibanez...That's where the real differences came to light. First the Ibanez was a far more beautiful piece of work. A great looking spalted-mango thats resonates with great clarity and low end. As you change keys in open positions it stays in tune. High position barre chords with no string rattles anywhere...easy action out of the box.. excellent craftsmanship. The negative would be that it is not in stock anywhere in the entire western region of the US so you have to custom order from kansas city...so you prob won't get a chance to play her first...I know I know..the thought of buying a gtr without playing it first is like walking under a ladder carring a black cat in your arms..But have no fear cause it is a great ax to add to your arsenal...records great by the way. Happy in Arizona....
and this is still my favorite guitar. In fact, it sounds better than new. The notes still ring true and the sound is very well-balanced (not bright or muddy). It is a real step above the $200-$500 acoustics I've owned and played before. No problems with the electronics or the body. I would buy another in a second if anything happened to this one. This has to be a best-buy in this range.
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