Ibanez AC240OPN

Acoustic Guitar with Solid Mahogany Top, Mahogany Back and Sides, Mahogany Neck, and Rosewood Fingerboard - Natural
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Amazing Acoustic Tone!

When it comes to lyrical tone, the Ibanez AC240OPN Artwood series acoustic guitar hits all the right notes. With a top, back, and sides all made of mahogany, the AC240OPN gives you the warmth and complex tone you need to play solo or perform with a full band. You'll get big sound too from this full-size guitar, with plenty of projection. That makes this a great instrument for coffee-shop gigs, couch strumming, and campfire entertainment as well. Generally speaking, if you need a great-sounding, smooth-playing instrument that's also a phenomenal value, check out the Ibanez AC240OPN Artwood acoustic guitar!

Solid mahogany top delivers great tone that gets better with age

Sweetwater knows that the choice of top wood can make or break the sound of an acoustic guitar. For the AC240OPN Artwood acoustic, Ibanez chose a solid mahogany top. Chosen as much for its look as its tone, solid mahogany has a well-rounded, rich sound with excellent sustain and tonal depth. And because it's a solid-wood top, the tone will age gracefully, with enhanced harmonics and greater tonal balance as the years go by.

Ibanez Artwood AC240OPN Acoustic Guitar Features:
  • Great playability, looks and sound - and tremendous value!
  • Grand Concert body with great tonewood selection
  • Solid mahogany top adorned with an abalone rosette, features not typically found on a guitar at this price
  • Open pore natural finish creates a distinctive look
  • Mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard, bone nut
  • Chrome Grover tuners, Advantage bridge pins
For a great-sounding acoustic you can rely on, check out the Ibanez AC240OPN Artwood guitar!

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Tech Specs

String Type Steel
Number of Strings 6
Body Shape Grand Concert
Body Style No Cutaway
Left-/Right-handed Right-handed
Color Natural
Finish Open Pore
Top Wood Mahogany
Back & Sides Wood Mahogany
Neck Wood Mahogany
Fingerboard Material Rosewood
Fingerboard Inlay Dots
Number of Frets 20
Scale Length 24.96"
Tuning Machines Chrome Grover Tuners
Bridge Material Rosewood
Nut/Saddle Material Bone
Nut Width 1.75"
Body Length 19.25"
Body Width 15"
Body Depth 4.5"
Strings D'Addario EXP strings
Manufacturer Part Number AC240OPN

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Review Ibanez AC240OPN

I've played and owned many guitars over the years with a passion to get the most sound and quality I could attain. The Ibanez AC240OPN has given me a truly awesome guitar that I love playing, with its wide range of tonality and play-ability that has me reaching for it every day. I own several other guitars but find this guitar the one I prefer to play for hours. Creating new tunes and working on old works has become a pleasure with the ease and sound coming from this big box dreadnought. Highly worth the price and the Ibanez quality in craftsmanship.

Great Bang for the Buck

This guitar has a resonance that I have only heard before on $1K+ guitars. The low end growls, and the mid-range and treble are equally fine. The Bass is there, and you know it, but it also doesn't over power the mid and treble. I also replaced the bridge pins with Tusq pins, but I also replaced the saddle with a Tusq saddle, and Oh MY Goodness, this guitar definitely matches guitars whose name starts with a "M" or a "T", and you know who I mean. This guitar is very light. It would make an excellent beginners guitar. I like the wider nut - easier for my bulky fingers. It has a fast fretboard, probably due to it having a 16" radius. It has no manufacturer flaws like glue oozing out, or sharp fret ends. Very neatly manufactured. Very Very cool Blues Jamming guitar, and it is my GO TO guitar. I am very very pleased with this guitar, and hope to keep it for many years to come.
Music background: Intermediate

Ibanez AC240 OPN acoustic guitar

newbie to guitar.took my first lesson today on youtube.This guitar is FANTASTIC and exceeds all my expectations.The mahogany open pore finish is beautiful.It appears to be extremely well made and because it's a solid top it will get even better with age,so I'm told.The tone is absolutely beautiful.It has stayed in tune since I tuned it.There is everything to like about this guitar.I'm so happy I bought it.The communication and service from Sweetwater is very good.Thank you Sweetwater and Ibanez!
Music background: former trumpet player-no more.Now guitar

my first review ever

why is this my first review?....well usually its laziness. this time I had to write , and say how great this guitar is . all the reviews are right on targret, no bull....light weight, great sound, great action, great looking and for my little hands a pleasure to play. the price is a steal, plus with my so called bad credit I can pay in three easy payments...sweetwater by far, out of any company, music or non music gets it right .this is how you treat consumers..they appreciate your business, and it shows..thanks again kent, my sales engineer, and sweetwater

Great guitar for the price

First of all, I have lots of very nice guitars: Martins, Guild, Gibson. I've had some Taylors as well. I wanted something to use without having to worry about it too much. I used to have a Taylor Big Baby and it was great as a knock-around guitar. I was going to get another, but then I played one of these Ibanez 240's at Sam Ash. It's really surprising how nice it feels and how nice it sounds. I ended up buying one from Sweetwater and I love it as a couch guitar, something to keep in the backseat of my car or just to take around without worrying about it. I did get a Gator gig bag for it since it doesn't come with a case or bag. The only issue I had with this guitar was the bridge pins. I think the bridge holes were cut inconsistently or something. I decided to put new strings on this right away and found that some of the bridge pins were VERY difficult to get out. i thought I was going to pull the bridge off the guitar. Eventually, I got them all out. Then, putting some of the pins back in was almost impossible. I had to keep rearranging the pins to try them in different holes until they all fit (maybe some of the pins were thinner than others??) Anyway, I wound up buying some Graphtech Tusq presentation style bridge pins (they're a bit thinner than normal ones). After replacing the pins all is well. I really enjoy playing this. The sound is great and it's really comfortable to play. If anything happened to it I would definitely get another one.
See also: Ibanez, Ibanez 6-string Acoustic Guitars