Ibanez Artcore AS7312 Electric Guitar, 12-String

Part of Ibanez's Artcore series, and featuring set-neck construction, the AS7312 semi-hollowbody is a stellar value on a 12-string electric guitar.

What's special about this item?

Feature: What it does:
Linden top, back and sides Rich, warm, deep-voiced tone
Ibanez ACH pickups Powerful and articulate tone
ART-12 bridge/tailpiece Increased resonance and tone
Laurel fingerboard Chocolate hue; similar feel and tone to rosewood

A beautiful 12-string semi-hollow electric from Ibanez's Artcore series, the AS7312 features an all-linden body, set-neck construction, and a pair of ART humbucking pickups.

Ibanez introduced Artcore in 2002 and has been the hollow-body guitar of choice for musicians for the last 10 years. The Artcore's combination of quality workmanship and affordability has created legions of fans from diverse genres as blues, country, rock and jazz. Musicians can find the purity of an old school style jazz-box to a hybrid semi-hollow rocker. Artcore is highly respected for its tone, sustain and the way they hold their tuning and how the series continues to push the boundaries of guitar building.


- Mahogany set neck
- Linden top, back, and sides
- Medium frets
- Bound laurel fingerboard with acrylic dot inlays
- ART-12 bridge/tailpiece
- Chrome hardware
- ACH neck and bridge pickups
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- Finish: Transparent Cherry
- Neck: AS Artcore-12 set-in
- Top/Back/Sides: Linden
- Frets: Medium
- Fretboard: Bound laurel
- Inlay: Acrylic dot
- Bridge: ART-12
- Neck pickup: ACH1
- Bridge Pickup: ACH2
- Maximum body thickness: 2 5/8"
- Width at lower bout: 15 3/4"

Neck Dimensions

- Scale 628mm/24.75"
- a: Width at Nut 43mm
- b: Width at Last Fret 57mm
- c: Thickness at 1st 21mm
- d: Thickness at 12th 24mm (at 9F)
- Radius: 305mm
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
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Shipping Weight: 12.25 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 50 x 22 x 5 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): AS7312TCD

For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: 800-669-8262
Web: https://www.ibanez.com/usa/support/

Reviewers gave this product an overall rating of 5 out of 5 stars. (8 ratings)
Submitted October 21, 2020 by Scott Baekeland in Bisbee, AZ

"Great Guitar at a Great price"

Overall: 5 out of 5 stars
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Verified Customer zZounds has verified that this reviewer made a purchase from us.
Wanted a 12 string for home studio and didn't want to break the bank. It comes from the factory with D'Addario EXL150 strings. Came well set up and very playable. When I tried to intonate the main strings I found that the A and D string saddles could not allow it. I loosened the strings took off the retainer clip wire carefully with a needlenose pliers and moved the string saddles for the A and D string to the center of the screw and gently pried them out by levering a tiny screw driver against the adjacent screw head. Then I unscrewed the saddle and put it back on the screw going in the opposite direction. After pressing them back into place carefully but firmly with the screw driver(saddle in about the middle) I reattached the retainer clip and had no trouble getting proper intonation. Turns out a case was hard to find but I was told that the ASB 100C Case., ASB 180 Bass by Ibanez was a workable fit. Really happy with the guitar Good looking and easy to play. (Disclaimer: I called zZounds and asked if changing the saddle direction voided the warranty and the guy said yes. He said I needed new strings but the gap to correct intonation was too much I knew from experience. However I have been playing for 57 years and have done this procedure many times on very expensive Gibsons because I use D'Addario EHR 360 half round strings (.013 to .056) which usually need this fix to intonate some strings since they are basically Acoustic string specs, So I took the chance. I play Jazz and read more Rock. If you are unsure get your local luthier to do this for you.) Of course since the same saddle holds two strings the E, A,D.and G string's octave string is not perfect but is part of the 12 string sound. The B and high E are the same in unison so no issue there.

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