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Ibanez PN15 Parlor Acoustic Guitar

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Whether you’re headed for the crossroads tonight or just looking for a little acoustic to keep within arm’s reach in the family room, this Ibanez Parlor might be might be the right fit. With its spruce top and sapele back and sides, the Ibanez PN15 Parlor Acoustic Guitar delivers a defined, focused acoustic response.

Ibanez PN15 Parlor Acoustic Guitar Features:

  • Parlor body
  • Spruce top
  • Sapele back and sides
  • Chrome die-cast tuners
  • High gloss finish


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Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
Phone:  215-638-8670 Warranty:  Electric Guitars & Basses: 1 Year.
Acoustic Guitars: Limited Lifetime (1 year on electronics & tuners).
Amplifiers: 5 Years (1 year on speakers)
Pedals: 5 Years

Product Specifications

Ibanez PN15 Parlor Acoustic Guitar Specifications:

  • Body Shape: Parlor Body
  • Neck: Mahogany Neck
  • Back Sides: Sapele Back and Sides
  • Top: Spruce Top
  • Rosette: Black and White Multi Rosette
  • Tuners: Chrome Die-Cast Tuners
  • Fretboard: Nandu Wood Bridge and Fretboard
  • Bridge Pins: Advantage Bridge Pins
  • Strings: Standard Acoustic Strings

Customer Reviews

Review: GearJunky Submitted: 5/22/2014

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.

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I have just acquired both the PN15 and AVN1 from AMS, so I figured a comparison was in order. I actually have a 1930/1931 Gibson L1 to also throw into the mix. First off, I love the L1, and the PN15 comes the closest to this guitar as it has a thinner top, and does not have binding on the headstock, but does everywhere else, and the L1 only has binding on the body top and bottom. The L1 has great tone, but due the the thin materials used, you cannot use anything over .010-.047's on it or you will rip the bridge out; I know, because I have done it! With this said, we will leave the L1 behind. The PN15 again has a thinner top, but is made almost exactly like the AVN1. The PN15 has a brighter tone I contribute to this thinner top plate. The PN15 is very well made, and even with the cheap cast tuners plays just as well as it's more expensive cousin. The frets are well finished and you don't get any finger rash. The action was a bit high on both the PN15 and AVN1, but that is what the truss rod is for.

Great quality for the price. A steal

Very comfortable to play and is feels exactly like the AVN1

Brighter than the AVN1, but is very full for a parlor.

Finish is flawless

I have Samick, Gibson, and Ibanez parlors, and I would have to give it to Ibanez.

Action a bit high, but within truss rod adjustment.

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