One less Z... a TON more savings!

One less Z... a TON more savings! Clearance gear available in limited quantities.

One less Z... a TON more savings!

One less Z... a TON more savings! Clearance gear available in limited quantities.

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Ibanez EP5 Euphoria Steve Vai Signature Acoustic-Electric Guitar

Ibanez EP5 Euphoria Steve Vai Signature Acoustic-Electric Guitar

This Steve Vai-approved acoustic-electric boasts a solid Engelmann spruce top, Fishman Sonicore pickup and Ibanez AEQ210TF preamp, and a Vai 12th fret inlay.

Ibanez AE325 Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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Ibanez AE325 Acoustic-Electric Guitar

Maximize your performance with the Ibanez AE325, a thoughtfully designed acoustic-electric with a spruce top and okoume body for deep bass and crisp mids.

Ibanez Fingerstyle Series ACFS580 Acoustic-Electric Guitar (with Case)
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Ibanez Fingerstyle Series ACFS580 Acoustic-Electric Guitar (with Case)

Pluck away at this Ibanez Fingerstyle ACFS580 and get lost in the lush resonance. Starring a solid Spruce top, this guitar is ideal for the modern guitarist.

Getting your songs heard is hard enough by itself. Add an un-amplified acoustic guitar to that mix, and often those beyond the first few rows won't have any idea what you're playing. Thankfully, acoustic-electric guitars were created to solve this problem. While an acoustic guitar is a beautiful-sounding instrument all on its own, it usually isn't loud enough for any type of live performance beyond those at coffee shops or open mic nights at the local bar. Sure, you can point a microphone toward an acoustic guitar on stage, but on a loud stage with other instruments, it typically isn't the most practical method for projecting your guitar's sound to a larger crowd.

While they look nearly identical to regular acoustic guitars, acoustic-electric guitars borrow some technology from electric guitars to produce a hybrid that excels both as a private songwriting tool, as well as an instrument for entertaining thousands at a big show. With the addition of electronics, acoustic-electrics can be easily plugged into an amplifier or PA system, as loud as you like. Typically, piezo pickups are found in the guitar's bridge, converting vibrations into electrical signals that can them be amplified. This results in a clear acoustic tone without all the background stage noise you'd get by simply placing a microphone in front of your acoustic guitar.

Ibanez's line of acoustic-electric guitars deliver incredible performance thanks to high-tech electronics, along with the use of premium tonewoods throughout the entire lineup. The Artwood Series combines cutting-edge woodworking with traditional materials like spruce and mahogany to create familiar tone for the modern player, all at a price that's accessible to the budget-conscious musician. The always-interesting Ibanez AEW Series features radical designs made from exotic tonewoods like the beautiful zebrawood and walnut. As Ibanez's flagship acoustic series, the AE models cater specifically to the gigging performer.

Models from the AEL series benefit from the largest body design Ibanez makes, producing warm bottom end with just enough top-end sparkle for your tone to shine through the mix. Talman Series acoustics offer incredible tone from a body shape reminiscent of Ibanez's Talman electric guitars. The slim AEG Series models offer the easier playability of an electric guitar, combined with the incredibly rich tone of an acoustic. And if you're bargain-shopping for the most cost-effective acoustic-electric guitar out there, Ibanez's PF Series instruments offer professional features and robust tone at a great price.
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