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New Ibanez Guitars, Basses and Ukuleles for 2024

New Ibanez Guitars, Basses and Ukuleles for 2024

Some people may view the promise of a new year and 12 sparkling-clean months as an opportunity to turn over a new leaf. In the case of Ibanez, however, the manufacturer decided to turn over an entire forest. And all at once.

While major product offerings from gear makers just ahead of the Winter NAMM show in January are hardly surprising, the sheer onslaught of new models released by Ibanez for 2024 is an impressive feat. It also creates an amazing opportunity for players to find their perfect instrument by diving into a bountiful collection of electric solidbody and hollowbody guitars, steel- and nylon-string acoustic-electric guitars, acoustic guitars, electric basses, acoustic-electric basses and ukuleles.

Wow. So many choices.

Happily, Guitar Center can help you navigate the vast expanse of the latest Ibanez models, features and configurations. Here’s a guide to what’s new for 2024.

Ibanez SR300EDX Electric Bass, FRH10N Acoustic-Electric Guitar, and RG470 Electric Guitar

Pictured: Ibanez SR300EDX Electric Bass, Ibanez RG470PB Electric Guitar, Ibanez FRH10N Nylon-String Acoustic-Electric Guitar

Table of Contents

New Ibanez Guitars for Shredders in 2024
   New Ibanez Premium AZ Guitars
   New Ibanez RG Guitars
   New Ibanez RG GIO Guitars
   New Ibanez S Guitars
New Ibanez Superstrat-Style Guitars for 2024
New Ibanez Iceman Rocks On in 2024
New Ibanez Artcore Hollowbody for 2024
What's New in the World of Ibanez Basses?
   New Ibanez BTB Series Electric Basses
   New Ibanez EHB Headless Basses
   New Ibanez SR Series Basses
   New Ibanez TMB Basses
   New Ibanez Fretless Acoustic-Electric Bass
   New Ibanez Signature Model Basses
What's New in Ibanez Acoustic Guitars for 2024
   New Ibanez Advanced Auditorium Acoustics
   New Ibanez AE and AEG Series Acoustics
   New Ibanez PF Acoustics
   New Ibanez Nylon-String Acoustic-Electric
   New Ibanez Classical Guitars
New Ibanez Ukuleles
A Massive Surge of New Ibanez Instruments

New Ibanez Guitars for Shredders in 2024

Ibanez has its own interpretation of “Superstrat”-styled electric guitars across its AZ, AZES, RG, RG GIO and S series models. All of these guitars are designed to accommodate intense technique and shredding, but they’re also comfortable platforms for chording, riffing and getting a song across to listeners.

 

New Ibanez Premium AZ Guitars

The Premium series AZ24P1QM offers a slim, contoured body, a fast Oval C roasted maple neck and easy access to all 22 stainless-steel jumbo frets. Three Seymour Duncan Hyperion pickups (two single coils and a humbucker in the bridge) deliver an articulate attack that showcases every blazing note you play. Furthermore, the dyna-MIX 9 pickup switching system serves up nine different tones to ensure you have the right sound on tap for every mood, song, riff, solo and texture. For high-octane drama, you can wobble, warble and perform extreme dive bombs without sweating tuning issues, thanks to Gotoh MG-T locking machine heads and the responsive Gotoh T5102 tremolo bridge system. Embrace the extreme.

Ibanez AZ24P1QM Deep Ocean Blonde Electric Guitar

Pictured: Ibanez AZ24P1QM Electric Guitar Deep Ocean Blonde

Prefer a dual-humbucker machine? Check out the Ibanez Premium series AZ42P1, which features much the same hardware as the AZ24P1QM, but with two Seymour Duncan Hyperion humbuckers and 24 frets. Yet another gorgeously belligerent tone profile is available with the Premium AZ47P1QM, which offers a trio of ferocious DiMarzio pickups—an Air Norton humbucker (neck), True Velvet single coil (middle) and The Tone Zone humbucker (bridge). For 7-string players, the AZ427P2QM features two Seymour Duncan Hyperion humbuckers, a dyna-MIX 10 switching system, 24 frets, Gotoh T1572S tremolo and Gotoh MG-T locking machine heads.

Ibanez AZ47P1QM Dragon Eye Burst Electric Guitar

Pictured: Ibanez AZ47P1QM Electric Guitar Dragon Eye Burst

New Ibanez RG Guitars

The Ibanez RG470DX celebrates the savage majesty of the 30-year-old metal maestro with three Quantum pickups (two neck and bridge humbuckers with a single coil in the middle), a jatoba fingerboard that delivers articulate mids, an Edge-Zero II tremolo bridge, a locking nut, 24 jumbo frets and a blazing-fast, flat and slim Wizard III maple neck.

Ibanez RG470DX Sea Foam Green Matte Electric Guitar

Pictured: Ibanez RG470DX Electric Guitar Sea Foam Green Matte

Add a bit more deluxe to your shred rampages by upgrading to the Premium series RGT1221PB. Equipped with two DiMarzio Air Norton humbuckers, the RGT1221 also features a Wizard III 7-piece walnut/maple neck, Mono-rail bridge, ebony fingerboard, 24 jumbo frets, dyna-MIX 10 switching system and Gotoh MG-T locking machine heads.

Ibanez RGT1221PB Electric Guitar Stained Wine Red Low Gloss

Pictured: Ibanez RGT1221PB Electric Guitar Stained Wine Red Low Gloss

New Ibanez RG GIO Guitars

The GIO series GRG320FA has the looks, incredible playability and fierce tones of the iconic RG model, but at a more budget-friendly price. The GIO GRG320FA is powered by dual Infinity humbuckers, and serves up a maple neck with bound purpleheart fingerboard, 24 medium frets, Double Locking tremolo, 5-way pickup selector and a hardy Mono-unit output jack which prevents the wobble and abuse that can lead to connection glitches and failure.

Ibanez GIO RG320 Transparent Blue Sunburst Electric Guitar

Pictured: Ibanez GIO RG320 Electric Guitar Transparent Blue Sunburst

New Ibanez S Guitars

It’s not easy to choose between a Maserati and an Aston Martin, but the S770 nonetheless delivers stunning performance with Ibanez’s sculpted and lightweight design. The revved-up S770 comes with DiMarzio Air Norton humbucker (neck), True Velvet single-coil (middle) and The Tone Zone (bridge) pickups as standard equipment, as well as a speedy Wizard III roasted maple neck and rosewood fingerboard, nyatoh body, 24 jumbo frets, locking nut and Edge Zero II tremolo bridge with a stud lock function for tuning stability.

Ibanez S770 Standard Electric Guitar Cosmic Blue Frozen Matte

Pictured: Ibanez S770 Electric Guitar Cosmic Blue Frozen Matte

Rather go with something like a Bentley Continental for some exotic luxury? Try the Premium series S1070PBZ, which boasts a magnificent 11-piece neck with rosewood fretboard, a trio of DiMarzio pickups (Air Norton, True Velvet and The Tone Zone), 24 jumbo frets with premium edge treatments, Edge Zero II tremolo with ZPS3Fe bridge and Gotoh MG-T locking tuning machines.

Ibanez S1070PBZ Electric Guitar

Pictured: Ibanez S1070PBZ Electric Guitar White Burst

New Ibanez Superstrat-Style Guitars for 2024

This year, Ibanez is expanding the AZ line to offer the AZES—AZ “Essentials” models—to beginning players, aspiring and intermediate players. AZES guitars feature a classic look and comfy playability.

Built for almost effortless riffing, chording and soloing, the AZES40 starts with an easy-to-play, 25"-scale maple neck. The AZES40 also provides a finger-friendly 250 mm fingerboard radius, unfettered access to all 24 medium frets and a T106 tremolo with round steel saddles that prevent “palm zingers” during exuberant play. Tonal power is generated with an Essentials neck single coil, a middle Essentials single coil and a bridge Accord humbucker—all managed with a versatile dyna-MIX 9 pickup selector and Alter switch. More stress-relieving features include split-shaft tuning machines that make changing strings a breeze, and a gig-tough Mono-unit output jack that can “forgive” performance mishaps such as accidentally stepping on your guitar cable.

Ibanez AZES40 Mint Green Electric Guitar

Pictured: Ibanez AZES40 Electric Guitar Mint Green

New Ibanez Iceman Rocks On in 2024

The mythic Iceman design has been electrifying guitarists and audiences since its introduction in 1975. Paul Stanley of KISS famously wielded an Iceman, and variations of the basic design have been rocked by players such as Daron Malakian (System of a Down; Ibanez DDM1), Sam Totman (DragonForce; Ibanez STM), Fredrik Thordendal (Meshuggah; Ibanez Stoneman) and Paul Gilbert (Ibanez Fireman).

Much like the dizzying acrobatics of Tom “Iceman” Kazansky in Top Gun, brandishing the IC420FM can supercharge your licks, instigate screaming solos and intensify chordal bombardments. The IC420FM’s musical armament includes two Super 80 humbuckers, an okoume neck and jatoba fingerboard, 22 medium frets, a flamed maple top over an okoume body, a Gibraltar bridge and Quik Change III tailpiece.

Ibanez Iceman Flamed Maple Electric Guitar Violin Sunburst

Pictured: Ibanez Iceman Flamed Maple Electric Guitar Violin Sunburst

New Ibanez Artcore Hollowbody for 2024

The Ibanez Artcore series has served jazz, blues, classic rock, prog and pop guitarists for more than two decades, typically offering sophisticated and resonant hollowbody tones at affordable prices. The Artcore Expressionist line adds upgrades, such as the Ibanez Super 58 humbuckers favored by George Benson, Pat Metheny, John Scofield and Eric Krasno.

The Artcore Expressionist AS93BC exudes supper-club class, but it can also get down and dirty in rock dives or delicately comp behind a singer at a café. Two Super 58 humbuckers deliver vintage vibe and tonal versatility, and the AS93BC showcases a linden top, bocote back and sides, 3-piece nyatoh/maple neck with a bound Macassar ebony fingerboard, 22 medium frets, Gibraltar Performer bridge and a Quik Change III tailpiece.

Ibanez AS93BC Artcore Semi-Hollowbody Electric Guitar Black

Pictured: Ibanez AS93BC Artcore Semi-Hollowbody Acoustic-Electric Guitar Black

What's New in the World of Ibanez Basses?

Much like the company’s more daring guitars, Ibanez basses have, for the most part, evoked futuristic designs that Aquaman’s army of Atlantis could have used to play a Super Bowl halftime show. There’s a sense of danger, surprise and sonic victory that touches the company’s new solidbodies, acoustic-electrics, headless models and more. Dig deep.

 

New Ibanez BTB Series Electric Basses

For expansive, expressive and progressive bassists, the 6-string BTB25TH6 delivers lows as deep as the Mariana Trench and also provides the enhanced frequency range to freak out guitarists by invading their midrange monarchy. Dressed up in a dramatic (and somewhat intimidating) silver blizzard matte finish, the BTB25TH6 features a 5-piece maple/walnut neck reinforced with graphite, an okoume body, access to all 24 medium frets, two passive Nordstrand Big Single pickups and an MR5S bridge with adjustable saddles. In addition, the not-so-secret sauce for the BTB25TH6 is the Ibanez Custom Electronics 3-band EQ with three midrange boost/cut settings at 250Hz, 450Hz and 700Hz. A 5-string version, the BTB25TH5, is also available.

Ibanez BTB25TH6 6-String Electric Bass Guitar Silver Blizzard Matte

Pictured: Ibanez BTB25TH6 6-String Electric Bass Guitar Silver Blizzard Matte

New Ibanez EHB Headless Basses

Other than making a bold statement—which is somewhat surprising, considering they have been around since 1977—headless basses are extremely ergonomic. They are typically lighter, more balanced in both standing and sitting playing positions and are more easily portable (thanks to the lack of a headstock).

The 5-string EHB1505SMS is part of the Ibanez Bass Workshop line that exists to push envelopes and innovate. The EHB1505SMS kicks off with impressive tonal control—a 3-band, variable midrange EQ system with a bypass switch that transforms the treble knob into a passive tone control. Other goodies include a graphite-reinforced 9-piece neck, panga panga fingerboard, chambered body, 24 medium frets, two Nordstrand Big Split single-coil pickups and a MR5HS Mono-rail bridge with adjustable saddles. A 6-string version, the Ibanez EHB1506MS, is available, as well.

Ibanez EHB1505SMS 5-String Multi-Scale Ergonomic Headless Bass Guitar Florid Natural Low Gloss

Pictured: Ibanez EHB1505SMS 5-String Multi-Scale Ergonomic Headless Bass Guitar Florid Natural

New Ibanez SR Series Basses

The 5-string SR405EPBDX produces balanced yet articulate tones with great attack—thanks to the combination of its 5-piece maple/walnut neck, poplar burl top and nyatoh body, two passive PowerSpan Dual Coil pickups and a versatile 3-band EQ with single-coil, humbucking and Power Tap (a combo of both) modes. An Acccu-cast B500 bridge with adjustable saddles even lets you set string spacing to your preferences.

Ibanez SR405EPBDX 5-String Electric Bass Guitar Mars Metallic

Pictured: Ibanez SR405EPBDX 5-String Electric Bass Guitar Mars Metallic

Another versatile 5-string machine is the SRD905F. It’s fretless, for those who love playing upright bass style, and the pickup system—a blend of two passive Nordstrand Big Break pickups and an AeroSilk piezo—lets you go all electric, evoke acoustic fingerstyle tones or blend the two sounds. The SRD905F’s chambered body and oval soundholes add to the acoustic bass vibe.

Ibanez SRD905F 5-String Fretless Electric Bass Brown Topaz Burst

Pictured: Ibanez SR405EPBDX 5-String Electric Bass Guitar Mars Metallic

Players looking for a 5-string solidbody sound—as well as fanned, multi-scale frets—can end their quest with the SRMS725. Another model in the Ibanez Bass Workshop line, the SRMS725 is a sonic chameleon that can produce a bounty of different timbres. The pickup system is the engine here, and it includes two Fishman Fluence Multi-Voice pickups. You get three different tones per pickup—vintage fat/round (passive), full frequency (active) and mid-scooped funk (active with midrange contour)—and you can up the snap and articulation by merely switching to single-coil mode. Done yet? Not hardly. There’s also Fishman 3-band EQ and a blend knob.

Ibanez SRMS725 5-String Multi-Scale Electric Bass Guitar Blue Chameleon

Pictured: Ibanez SRMS725 5-String Multi-Scale Electric Bass Guitar Blue Chameleon

New Ibanez TMB Basses

With a sleek and cool offset vibe, the TMB400TA is perhaps the most traditional-looking bass in the Class of 2024. Modeled after the Talman guitar design, the TMB400TA features a roasted maple neck and rosewood fingerboard, a tamo ash top over a poplar body, 20 medium frets, a passive Dynamix P pickup (neck), a passive Dynamix J pickup (bridge), 2-band EQ and a B10 adjustable bridge. 

Ibanez TMB400TA 4-String Electric Bass Guitar Iced Americano Burst

Pictured: Ibanez TMB400TA 4-String Electric Bass Guitar Iced Americano Burst

New Ibanez Fretless Acoustic-Electric Bass

While an acoustic-electric bass can seamlessly fit into an acoustic combo, singer-songwriter performance or progressive bluegrass act, it can also be used as a unique low-end voice for recording sessions, rock bands and more. After all, there’s no law that a solidbody bass must do the heavy lifting in electric outfits.

Used completely acoustically, the Ibanez AEGB24FE fretless acoustic-electric bass produces a lot of rich and resounding low frequencies through its sapele top, back and sides. Plug into an amp or recording interface, and the lush, warm sound is further enriched by the AEGB24FE’s onboard AEQ-2T preamp (with bass and treble controls and a built-in tuner) and Ibanez undersaddle pickup.

Ibanez AEGB24FE Fretless Auditorium Acoustic-Electric Bass Guitar Mahogany Sunburst

Pictured: Ibanez AEGB24FE Fretless Auditorium Acoustic-Electric Bass Guitar Mahogany Sunburst

New Ibanez Signature Model Basses

Ibanez has always attracted remarkable bassists to its signature model series, and the list current includes Thundercat, Fieldy, Adam Nitti, Gerald Veasley and other low-end legends. The GWB25TH Gary Willis signature 5-string electric bass celebrates the educator and Tribal Tech bassist with a 3-piece maple neck reinforced with KTS Titanium rods, ebony fretboard, ash body, a single Bartolini GWB passive bridge pickup, Bartolini NTBT 2-band EQ with bypass switch and a Gary Willis-designed detachable finger ramp.

Ibanez GWB25TH Gary Willis Signature 5-String Electric Bass Guitar Silver Wave Burst Flat

Pictured: Ibanez GWB25TH Gary Willis Signature 5-String Electric Bass Guitar Silver Wave Burst Flat

Heavy metal icon Steve Di Giorgio (Sadus, Testament, Megadeth)—acknowledged as the first metal bassist to use a fretless—is recognized with the SDGB1 Steve Di Giorgio signature 5-string. This fretless behemoth features a graphite-reinforced 9-piece neck, synthetic ebonol fingerboard, flamed maple/ash/okoume body, two passive Nordstrand Big Single pickups and Vari-mid 3-band EQ with bypass switch.

Ibanez Steve Di Giorgio Signature 5-String Electric Bass Guitar Dark Moss Burst

Pictured: Ibanez Steve Di Giorgio Signature 5-String Electric Bass Guitar Dark Moss Burst

What's New in Ibanez Acoustic Guitars for 2024?

It’s not all about electric models in the world of Ibanez this year. For 2024, the company also unveiled 22 new acoustic guitars across four series (Advanced Auditorium, AE, AEG and PF).

New Ibanez Advanced Auditorium Acoustics

Advanced Auditorium models are characterized by a slightly wider and higher waist, an advanced cutaway that provides easy access to higher frets, an upper-bout soundport (in addition to a conventional soundhole), T-Bar pickup and three preamp options.

The affordable, all-acoustic AAM50 features a solid Sitka spruce top with sapele back and sides, okoume neck, purpleheart fingerboard and bridge, Ibanez Advantage bridge pins (improved for easier insertion and removal) and scalloped X-M bracing.

Ibanez AAM50 Advanced Auditorium Acoustic Guitar Natural

Pictured: Ibanez AAM50 Advanced Auditorium Acoustic Guitar Natural

For an acoustic-electric option, the higher-end (but still affordable) AAM380CE offers a solid Sitka spruce top with rosewood back and sides, African mahogany neck, Macassar ebony fingerboard and scalloped bridge, Ibanez T-Bar undersaddle and contact pickups, Ibanez Custom Electronics preamp with dedicated undersaddle and contact pickup volume controls, and a stereo output jack.

Ibanez AAM380CE Advanced Auditorium Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural

Pictured: Ibanez AAM380CE Advanced Auditorium Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural

Don’t miss checking out some of the other models in the Advanced Auditorium line: the antique white AAM370E, the AAM54CE with Ibanez AEQ-TP2 preamp and the transparent charcoal AAM70CE.

New Ibanez AE and AEG Series Acoustics

The AE (Acoustic-Electric) line—and its slimmer-bodied AEG variant—is serving up six newbies for 2024. The AE140 Grand Auditorium acoustic-electric features a solid okoume top, okoume back and sides, Comfort Grip nyatoh neck and laurel fingerboard, laurel scalloped bridge, Ibanez T-Bar undersaddle pickup, and Ibanez AEQ-TP2 preamp with 2-band EQ and built-in digital tuner. 

Ibanez AE140 Grand Auditorium Acoustic-Electric Guitar Weathered Black

Pictured: Ibanez AE140 Grand Auditorium Acoustic-Electric Guitar Weathered Black

On the stylishly slender AEG side, the AEG7MH Grand Concert acoustic-electric offers a sapele top, sapele back and sides, Comfort Grip okoume neck and purpleheart fretboard, purpleheart bridge, Ibanez undersaddle pickup and Ibanez AEQ-TP2 preamp with 2-band EQ and built-in digital tuner.

Ibanez AEG7MH Grand Concert Acoustic-Electric Guitar Violin Sunburst

Pictured: Ibanez AEG7MH Grand Concert Acoustic-Electric Guitar Violin Sunburst

Left-handed players can rejoice that the AEG series also offers a model just for them. The AEG7L provides lefties with a spruce top, sapele back and sides, scalloped X-bracing, Thin-C okoume neck and purpleheart fingerboard, Ibanez undersaddle pickup and Ibanez AEQ-TP2 preamp with 2-band EQ and built-in digital tuner.

Ibanez AEG7L Left-Handed Acoustic-Electric Guitar Dark Violin Sunburst

Pictured: Ibanez AEG7L Left-Handed Acoustic-Electric Guitar Dark Violin Sunburst

Other models in this acoustic-electric series include the AE100 Grand Auditorium, AE390NTA—a stunning combo of a natural German spruce top, and blue flamed maple back and sides—and mahogany sunburst AE340FMH.

New Ibanez PF Acoustics

Designed and priced for emerging players—or anyone looking for a secondary “road guitar”—the PF series offers completely acoustic and acoustic-electric options. Unplugged advocates can thrill to the PF54 dreadnought acoustic guitar that includes a meranti top, back and sides, thin-C meranti neck, nandu fingerboard and bridge and Ibanez Advantage bridge pins.

Ibanez PF54 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar Natural

Pictured: Ibanez PF54 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar Natural

Looking for a Grand Concert acoustic? The PF series offers the PC54OPN with a meranti top, back, sides and neck, nandu fretboard and bridge, and Ibanez Advantage bridge pins.

Ibanez PC54OPN Grand Concert Acoustic Guitar Natural

Pictured: Ibanez PC540PN Grand Concert Acoustic Guitar Natural

Plugged-in types who also want a handy cutaway can check out the PC54CE Grand Concert acoustic-electric or PF54CE dreadnought acoustic-electric. Both models feature a meranti top and back and sides, meranti neck, nandu fingerboard and bridge, Ibanez undersaddle pickup and AEQ-2T preamp.

New Ibanez Nylon-String Acoustic-Electric

A stark and elegant instrument bearing similarities to the Tim Henson signature nylon acoustic-electric, the FRH10N nylon-string acoustic-electric is for anyone seeking a classical guitar sound, but with electric guitar playability and ergonomics. Everything on the FRH10N is built for speed, starting with its ultraslim body that’s just under 2" thick. From there, the FRH10N offers contemporary nylon players a solid Sitka spruce top, sapele back and sides, a C-shaped nyatoh neck with walnut fingerboard, easy access to all 22 frets, Ibanez T-Bar undersaddle pickup and an active preamp with mute button.

Ibanez FRH10N Nylon-String Acoustic-Electric Guitar Indigo Blue Metallic Flat

Pictured: Ibanez FRH10N Nylon-String Acoustic-Electric Guitar Indigo Blue Metallic Flat

New Ibanez Classical Guitars

If the FRH10N is a bit too untraditional for you, Ibanez is also releasing some new conventional classical guitars in 2024. The GA1OAM is a 1/2-size model with a spruce top, meranti back and sides, slim meranti neck, nandu fingerboard, maple bridge and an easy-playing 24.96" scale length.

Ibanez GA10AM 1/2 Size Classical Acoustic Guitar Amber

Pictured: Ibanez GA10AM 1/2 Size Classical Acoustic Guitar Amber

Next up is the 3/4-sized GA2OAM, which offers virtually the same construction as its half-sized sibling. Similarly, the GA3OAM also provides the exact tonewoods of the GA1OAM and GA2OAM, but in a full-sized classical body.

Ibanez GA30AM Classical Acoustic Guitar Amber

Pictured: Ibanez GA30AM Classical Acoustic Guitar Amber

If you’re up for some plugged-in classical tones with a slimmer body and a cutaway, the GA5MHTCE classical acoustic-electric may be the perfect choice for you. The GA5MHTCE features a sapele top, sapele back and sides, okoume neck and purpleheart fingerboard, Ibanez undersaddle pickup and the Ibanez AEQ-2T preamp with built-in tuner. It’s also available in a “none more black” finish for nonconformists.

Ibanez GA5MHTCE Classical Acoustic Guitar Weathered Black

Pictured: Ibanez GA5MHTCE Classical Acoustic Guitar Weathered Black

New Ibanez Ukuleles

It’s certainly not a secret that ukuleles have soared in popularity the past few years, but they’re not just for playing Hawaiian-styled ditties or blowing minds with “shred uke” performances. Ukuleles are also great for songwriters (and songwriting), and adding surprising and unique textures to recording projects. The AUC10E Concert acoustic-electric, for example, is ready to rage on stage and in the studio with its Ibanez undersaddle pickup and AEQ-2U preamp with 2-band EQ. The AUC10E features a spruce top, Paulownia back and sides, okoume neck, purpleheart fingerboard and purpleheart bridge.

Ibanez AUC10E Concert Acoustic-Electric Ukulele Natural

Pictured: Ibanez AUC10E Concert Acoustic-Electric Ukulele Natural

If you don’t need the pickup system, the AUC14 is an unplugged concert ukulele offering a stereo (acoustic) soundport, beveled cutaway, elevated comfort armrest, edgeless comfort heel, sapele top, Paulownia back and sides, okoume neck and purpleheart fingerboard.

Ibanez AUC14 Concert Ukulele Violin Sunburst

Pictured: Ibanez AUC14 Concert Ukulele Violin Sunburst

Tenor uke players have two options—the 4-string AUT10 and 6-string AUP10N. Both models feature the stereo soundport system, beveled cutaway, elevated comfort armrest, edgeless comfort heel, spruce top, Paulownia back and sides, okoume neck, purpleheart fingerboard and purpleheart bridge.

Ibanez AUT10 Tenor Ukulele Natural

Pictured: Ibanez AUT10 Tenor Ukulele Natural

A Massive Surge of New Ibanez Instruments

With Ibanez debuting so many new models and finishes in 2024, we’ve tried to help you make some sense of the abundance with this guide. But if you’re still a bit confused about which electric, acoustic, nylon-string model or ukulele is just right for you, don’t hesitate to contact one of our expert Gear Advisers via phone (855-770-3373), FaceTime (855-697-0864) or Live Chat. Someone will be able to guide you through the models and features to zero in on the perfect instrument for you and your music.

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