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An ode to the past with modern appointments.
The Artwood Series was crafted to produce a traditional yet modern guitar. Technology moves forward at a frantic pace and the world of guitar craftsmanship is no different. In producing the Artwood Series, Ibanez has respected both the rich tradition of the acoustic guitar while adding modern interpretations in their continuing search for the ultimate in guitar tone.
The AW400 Artwood Solid Top Dreadnought Acoustic features their Dreadnought body shape with a solid Sitka spruce top, mahogany neck (satin finish), back and sides, a rosewood fretboard and tortoiseshell body binding. It also comes with a bone nut to deliver a well-balanced sound, a bone saddle on a distinctively contoured rosewood bridge with Ibanez Advantage bridge pins, and chrome Grover open gear tuners with butterbean knobs.
Case sold separately.
Order an AW400 today and enjoy great Ibanez sound for years to come.
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Comments about Ibanez AW400 Artwood Solid Top Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar:
I've basically been a Martin guy since my early twenties. Have always loved "the Martin sound", but lately thought of checking out a Gibson J-45-- just for comparison. Good Martins aren't cheap, but Gibson seems to be overpricing everything in their lineup. I saw this Ibanez AW400 online and liked the looks of it, and the description of features. For the price listed, thought I'd take a chance. I was very pleasantly surprised when it arrived. Gloss top, satin back and sides, good open tuners-- the brown in the sunburst top was a little darker than the pictures online, but that's fine. When I tuned it to D, as I do with every guitar I play, I was extremely happy with the sound I got, fingerpicking or flatpicking. Of course, the AW400 isn't a pricey Gibson, but I can think of a bunch of things I can do with the money saved. And when I go out to a bar gig, open mic, etc., I don't have to worry about a precious "investment". This is a working guitar that sounds and looks good, and that's good enough for me.
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