The Ibanez AEG10NE Classical Acoustic Electric guitar is far from the traditional classical guitar.
The AEG10NE nylon string features a Fishman Sonicore pickup, Shape Shifter Equalizer, onboard tuner and a comfortable cutaway body with a 14th fret neck joint. It's the perfect guitar for the performing steel string player who needs nylon now. You can get the classical nylon sound while using your steel string technique. The new Ibanez AEQ SST Shape Shifter Equalizer is a fresh new design that lets you spend the bare minimum time tweaking controls and the absolute maximum time playing. It provides 3 band EQ with a true Loudness control and a phase reverse switch for feedback elimination. The AEG10NE is built with a spruce top, mahogany back & sides, and a mahogany neck with a rosewood fretboard.
Ibanez AE Series Acousitc Electric Guitars
Slim necks, feedback resistant bodies, warm resonant tones, and a large selection of attractive finishes define Ibanez AE acoustic electrics. AE models are available in three different body sizes, the original slim AEF, the larger AEL and the very slender AEG, and in bass models as well as guitar.
Ibanez AE Series Acoustic Electric Guitar Features:
- Die Cast Tuners
- Mahogany Neck
- Rosewood Bridge and Fretboard
- Ibanez / B Band SQR Pickup
- Ibanez AEQ SSR Shape Shifter EQ
- D’Addario EXP Strings
- Ivorex II Nut and Saddle
- Advantage Bridge Pins
A few words about Ibanez…
Without a doubt Ibanez is one of the world’s formemost guitar manufacturers. The Modern Era of Ibanez guitars began in 1957 and since then they have enjoyed incredible success. They continue to experiment with edgy designs and finishes but have never lost track of their roots. Their amazing Artcore line of hollowbodies are some of the most sought after guitars in the world and their RG line is a must have for rock and metal fans alike. And don’t discount their bass guitars, cherished by musicians the world over. This is a company that can do it all. Straight ahead rock models, elegant hollow bodies and everything in between. They even have a nice line of pedals and accessories that pros and amateurs have grown to love. Find out for yourself why some performers won’t play anything else but Ibanez.