AEWC400-TKS (Transparent Black Sunburst High Gloss)(Acoustic Guitar) 6-string Acoustic-electric Guitar with Maple Top, Back and Sides, Nyatoh Neck, and Walnut Fingerboard - Transparent Black Sunburst High Gloss Known the world over for shre...
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AEWC400-TKS (Transparent Black Sunburst High Gloss)(Acoustic Guitar)
6-string Acoustic-electric Guitar with Maple Top, Back and Sides, Nyatoh Neck, and Walnut Fingerboard - Transparent Black Sunburst High Gloss
Known the world over for shredding gear, Ibanez is also well-versed in the manufacture of acoustic guitars uniquely suited for electric guitar players: the AEWC. Inspired by the electric guitar's fast playability and appearance, this is a sleek, modern acoustic guitar that shredders will have very little trouble adapting to.
Ibanez AEQ-SP2 preamp w/Onboard tuner
The Ibanez AEQ-SP2 Preamp delivers excellent sonic reproduction and control of tonal characteristics and easy operation
A Walnut fretboard features a well-balanced tonal character from low to high end.
The Ibanez The Nyatoh neck provides a rich mid-low end.
AEWC Asymmetric comfort neck
The AEWC Asymmetric comfort neck delivers enhanced comfort and playability. It's also designed to make every note across the fretboard easily accessible and within reach.
|Body Shape:||AEWC specially designed comfort body|
|Top:||Flamed Maple top|
|Back & Sides:||Flamed Maple back & Flamed Maple sides|
|Neck:||AEWC Asymmetric comfort / Nyatoh neck|
|Bridge:||Walnut AEWC original top loading bridge|
|Inlay:||Off-set white dot inlay|
|Tuning machine:||Chrome Die-cast tuners w/Black knobs (18:1 gear ratio)|
|Number of frets:||20|
|Preamp:||Ibanez AEQ-SP2 preamp w/Onboard tuner|
|Output jack:||Balanced XLR & 1/4" outputs|
|a: Width:||43mm at NUT|
|b: Width:||55mm at 14 F|
|c: Thickness:||20mm at 1F|
|d: Thickness:||21mm at 7F|
|a : Length 19 3/8"|
|b : Width 15"|
|c : Max Depth 4"|
The neck side of the preamp is the top of the control panel. There is one button and three knobs along the top of the control panel. The button furthest to the left is the tuner on/off switch. To the right of that are the bass, treble, and volume knobs.