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Ibanez Re-Images And Expands The Artwood Series

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December 14th, 2010 – (Bensalem, PA) — Ibanez has re-imaged and expanded its well-known and popular Artwood acoustic series, adding sensible modern features while respecting the traditions of old world acoustic guitar building.

Ibanez Artwood acoustics have a well-earned reputation for giving musicians everything they want in a traditional acoustic guitar. But this year there’s more. Every guitar is still built using high quality materials and traditional construction techniques, and employs a comfortably shaped mahogany neck that inspires hours of effortless playing. But now, the sound of Artwood acoustics is richer and more resonant than ever.

The Artwood’s modern bridge shape efficiently transmits vibrations from the strings to the body, and its simple, yet elegant, aesthetic touches fuse a modern design sense with traditional string response.
Crafted with solid tops, a bone nut and saddle, Grover Tuners, and dovetail neck joint, Artwood models come in Grand Concert and Dreadnought body styles, and are offered with or without a cutaway. For southpaws: left-handed versions are available in the Dreadnought body style.

Musicians looking for rich, traditional sound without sacrificing the comforts of a modern guitar will find it with the 2011 Ibanez Artwood Series.

List Price:

From $419.99 to $899.99
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