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Ibanez AM53-SRF Artcore

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Electric Guitar

  • Artcore Series
  • Design: Hollow body
  • Body: Sapele
  • Neck: Nyatoh
  • Neck attachment: Set-in
  • Fretboard: Laurel
  • Fretboard inlays: White dot
  • Frets: 22 Medium
  • Pickups: 2 Infinity humbuckers
  • Bridge & Tailpiece: ART-St
  • Hardware: Chrome
  • Colour: Sunburst Red Flat
  • Suitable optional case: Art.

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Colour Sunburst
Body Sapele
Top Sapele
Neck Mahogany
Fretboard Rosewood
Frets 22
Scale 628 mm
Pickups HH
Tremolo No
Incl. Case No
Incl. Bag No
Item number 365388
285 €
Including VAT; Excluding 20 € shipping
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Save me more than seven hundred dollar+shipping for the price!
puasakamis 11.08.2021
After listening to the Thomann 'audio examples' for a while - especially for the inde and rock sound, looking to it colour and the beauty build, I'm falling in love with Ibanez AM53-SRF Artcore. This is my second electric guitar from Ibanez but, the first hollow body electric guitar I had have in my collections now.

I'm also found the same model selling on 'the leading web store platform internationally' for more than seven hunderd dollar+shipping within my country region, but that seller's make me so much surprise for the Thomann price+shipping for sure.

Ibanez AM53-SRF Artcore is a very good quality hollow body electric guitar - not even for the beginner and amateur gutarist, and really work with my rythm play. It warm solo lead sound also make me play with it for an hours in my home studio, I think so, for the pros - but it's defend which string do you chose, how you customize it, which music genre do you use for, and how do you play with. No cons yet.
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a very solid hollow body
Conzo 09.06.2021
I've been through a few hollow body electrics and this one has done me well, at first I didnt know how to make it sound 'right' but in time I learned the ins and outs of the system, got that warm, jazzy tone I was looking for and just been enjoying that for years since I purchased this.

pros: -Very warm sound, possibly too warm at higher volume settings
-the higher fretboard is very accessible, along with the bridge config makes those bluesy string bends real smooth.
-Sounds very pretty unplugged.

cons: -can feel a bit heavy and bulky in the lap, usually requies a strap to prevent slip-off
-action tends to reset to a little higher than I'd prefer after a few months but is easy to fix (time consuming to let it 'set)
-nut can let some buzzy overtones through if you're doing jazzy chords beyond the 4th or 5th fret, needs something under the strings to muffle it for acoustic play.
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gorgeous guitar
Lukastrop 08.11.2019
this is my first guitar. I wanted a semi acoustic, and bought it just because i liked the shape and the colour, and it was cool. Every time i come back home, i see this beauty, and i can start playing even without turning on the amp. I've been playing for almost 1 year every day since i got it.
Few cons- pin strap screw sometimes unscrews when im using a tight guitar belt.
The cable jack to guitar also sometimes becomes a bit loose. I just tighten it once a month.
Never had any other issues
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DarrenC 27.06.2015
Nice guitar, tidy size and light weight. Great for practice without amp.
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