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Guitars & Basses

Ibanez TOD10N-TKF TOD Series Acoustic Electric Guitar, Transparent Black Flat

First debuted in the video for Polyphia’s “Playing God,” the Ibanez TOD10N Tim Henson Signature Nylon acoustic-electric guitar is a bold reimagining of the crossover nylon string, loaded to the brim with performance-minded features and futuristic nuevo flamenco tone! While many fans initially mistook it for a solidbody instrument, this guitar boasts a far more traditional build than you might expect — the solid spruce top is supported with classical-style fan bracing for a touch-sensitive response that blooms and resonates with even the slightest pluck. Next, the ultra-thin sapele body offers playing comfort to rival even the slimmest of solidbodies, with two deep cutaways for the unfettered fret access required for Tim’s brand of technical playing. Finally, a set of Ibanez and Fishman electronics round out this acoustic-electric with beautiful plugged-in tones, faithfully replicating every ounce of this 6-string’s rich tonal depth.

 

Model : TOD10N-TKF

 

SPECIFICATIONS

body shape

FRH body

bracing

Fan Bracing for FRH

top

Solid Sitka Spruce top

back & sides

Sapele back & Sapele sides

neck

C Shape / Nyatoh neck

fretboard

Walnut fretboard

bridge

Walnut bridge

body binding

Pearloid Binding

inlay

Tree of Death inlay

tuning machine

Gold Classical tuners

number of frets

22

strings

D'Addario® XTC45

string gauge

.0280/.0322/.0403/.028/.035/.044

string space

11.6mm

factory tuning

1E,2B,3G,4D,5A,6E

pickup

Fishman® Sonicore

preamp

Ibanez AEQ210TF preamp w/Onboard tuner

output jack

1/4" output

battery

9V battery

Brand

Ibanez

Ibanez is one of the first Japanese musical instrument companies to gain a significant foothold in import guitar sales in the United States and Europe, as well as the first brand of guitars to mass-produce the seven-string guitar and eight-string guitar. The company has an impressive lineup of products ranging from instruments to pedals and accessories, and have recently raised standards and eyebrows with the new AZ Series, which Josh Smith described as the best superstrat he’s played in a long time.