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Ibanez AAD50CE-LG Acoustic Electric Guitar, Natural Low Gloss

The Advanced Acoustic series represents an important step forward in the long and storied tradition of the acoustic guitar. In what amounts to a fully reimagined acoustic experience, these instruments were designed from the ground up to deliver a richer, brighter, and louder tone, with an unprecedentedly wide dynamic range. With slightly larger than typical proportions, we decided to name this new body shape the “Grand Dreadnought.” This reinvented design achieves a superb, powerful sound, and thanks to the extensive consideration given to the ergonomics, it’s extremely comfortable to play. The Advanced Acoustic series pushes the acoustic guitar to new heights, in a way that promises an exciting new experience for all players.

 

Model: AAD50CE-LG

SPECIFICATIONS

body shape

Grand Dreadnought with Advanced Access Cutaway body

bracing

X-M Bracing

top

Solid Sitka Spruce top

back & sides

Sapele back & Sapele sides

neck

AAD Okoume neck

fretboard

Purpleheart fretboard

bridge

Purpleheart bridge

inlay

White dot inlay

soundhole rosette

Black & White multi rosette

tuning machine

Chrome Die-cast tuners 18:1 gear ratio

number of frets

20

bridge pins

Ibanez Advantage™

strings

D'Addario® EXP16

string gauge

.012/.016/.024/.032/.042/.053

string space

11mm

factory tuning

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

pickup

Ibanez T-bar Undersaddle

preamp

Ibanez AEQ-TP2 preamp w/Onboard tuner

output jack

Balanced XLR & 1/4" outputs

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.