In the 1970s, the Japanese company Ibanez built cheap and at the same time good copies of models from the then leading American manufacturers, Fender and Gibson. But already in the early 80s they began to offer their own models, and now the company can easily keep up in all price categories. Not least due to the fact that virtuosos such as Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, and Frank Gambale all have their favourite models made by Ibanez that the brand's name is today mentioned in the same breath with those brands that formerly inspired it.
The AG75 is a jazz guitar with a slimmer (70 mm) sound box made of maple and with an artcore mahogany neck. The guitar produces an acoustic, woody sound, which is also preserved when the guitar is amplified. 2 Ibanez Artcore humbuckers transfer these very detailed and positive acoustic characteristics.
It's not for nothing that semi- and full-body guitar models enjoy such an excellent reputation in jazz circles. For a guitar of this quality, the price is almost sensational and the brown sunburst finish is simply beautiful.
- Body thickness: 70 mm
- Maple body
- Maple top
- Mahogany neck
- Fretboard and bridge: Rosewood (Dalbergia latifolia)
- 22 Frets
- Scale: 628 mm
- Artcore neck
- ART-1 bridge, VT50 tailpiece
- 1 ACH1 neck humbucker and 1 ACH2 bridge humbucker
- Colour: Brown Sunburst