Ibanez AEG10II - Transparent Blue Sunburst

Acoustic-electric Guitar with Spruce Top, Mahogany Back and Sides, Mahogany Neck, Rosewood Fingerboard, and AEQ-SP1 Preamp - Transparent Blue Sunburst
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Weight: 4lbs 6oz
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You're looking at Serial 215B02PW161100034
Weight: 4lbs 6oz
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An All-around Amazing Acoustic-electric!

Slightly smaller and far more slender than a typical dreadnought, Ibanez's AEG10II steel-string acoustic-electric guitar is a comfortable fit for anyone from flatpickers to fingerstylists alike. To give the AEG10II a clear voice that suits blues and country, rock and pop equally well, Ibanez built this workhorse acoustic guitar with a back and sides made from mahogany. A solid spruce top balances out the AEG10II's deep and rich low end with an even balance of midrange clarity and high-end sparkle. And to top it all off, you're even ready to take the stage thanks to the AEG10II's Ibanez AEQ-SP1 preamp/tuner system.

Ibanez AEG10II Acoustic-electric Steel-string Guitar at a Glance:
  • AEG body shape feels great and keeps feedback at bay
  • An amazing acoustic guitar for the stage, studio, or couch
  • Onboard electronics let you dial in perfect live sound
AEG body shape feels great and keeps feedback at bay

If you're going to play acoustic guitar plugged in, then you're going to want an Ibanez AEG10II acoustic-electric. Why? Because feedback is a total show-stopper. The feedback your typical acoustic-electric guitar is capable of producing (seemingly at random) can easily clear a room. But with its shallow body and advanced internal design, you virtually never have to worry about feedback, when you play an AEG10II. What's more, the Ibanez AEG10II's slightly undersized body makes it incredibly comfortable to play - especially if you're used to playing a slim electric guitar.

An amazing acoustic guitar for the stage, studio, or couch

Whether you're the humblest of Saturday afternoon porch pickers or the seasoned pro who's been hauled from show to show a time or two this Ibanez AEG10II acoustic-electric steel-string guitar was made for you. Everyone needs an inexpensive acoustic guitar you can pack up, head out, and run off with anytime you need, without worrying about damaging any priceless instruments. But your "beater" guitar doesn't need to sound bad, and the Ibanez AEG10II is more than proof enough of that. In fact, its natural acoustic sound makes it a great campfire guitar, but it's small enough to be your new favorite couch guitar as well.

Onboard electronics let you dial in perfect live sound

The Ibanez AEG10II's built-in Ibanez AEQ-SP1 preamp and Fishman Sonicore pickup give you the power and tone you need for use onstage or in the studio. The AEQ-SP1 active preamp gives you both an 3-band EQ and a shape control, which make it easy to get great sound in virtually any venue. You'll also love the convenience of the built-in guitar tuner.

Ibanez AEG10II Acoustic-electric Steel-string Guitar Features:
  • A slender, midsize dreadnought-style stel-string acoustic-electric guitar that's perfect for a wide variety of playing techniques and musical styles
  • Smaller-than-average AEG body style fits guitarists of all sizes
  • Mahogany body delivers a full and deeply resonant voice
  • Spruce top balance the warmth of mahogany with clear mids and singing highs
  • Onboard Fishman Sonicore pickup and Ibanez AEQ-SP1 preamp provide extraordinary sound when you play plugged in
  • Preamp system includes an onboard tuner
Go from the couch to center stage with an Ibanez AEG10II steel-string acoustic-electric guitar!

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Tech Specs

String Type Steel
Number of Strings 6
Body Shape AEG
Body Style Single Cutaway
Left-/Right-handed Right-handed
Color Transparent Blue Sunburst
Finish Gloss
Top Wood Spruce
Back & Sides Wood Mahogany
Neck Wood Mahogany
Neck Shape AEG
Fingerboard Material Rosewood, 15.75" Radius
Fingerboard Inlay Dots
Number of Frets 21
Scale Length 24.96"
Tuning Machines Chrome die-cast tuners
Bridge Material Rosewood
Nut Width 1.69"
Body Length 19.25"
Body Width 15"
Body Depth 3.25"
Electronics Ibanez AEQ-SP1 preamp with onboard tuner, Fishman Sonicore pickup
Strings D'Addario EXP strings
Manufacturer Part Number AEG10IITBS

Customer Reviews

3.5/5
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5/5

Love it, Love it, Love it !!!!

I love everything about this guitar. I'm 5'3 and it's the perfect size for me. If blue is what you're looking for this one is perfect.
5/5

Ibanez AEG1011

My husband is loving this guitar. He has started playing in our church band. This guitar will be going with us next month when we travel to see family.It's light weight but yet has a great sound and easy to play if you have bad hands. I've told everyone I've talked to and said that if they want a good quality and great sound electric acoustic guitar to go sweetwater.com and buy from the site. It's wonderful that the company (sweetwater) also gives you a not 1 yr wannerty but a 2 yr. deal. I'll buy from sweetwater again in the furture for yet another guitar.
Music background: none, bought this for my husband.
4.5/5

IBANEZ GUITAR

RIGHT GUITAR RIGHT SIZE AND MY STUDENTS LOVE IT WILL BE BUYING MORE FOR I TEACH 15 KIDS AT LLANO CHRISTIAN ACADEMY
3/5

Nice little guitar

Had to return my original order due to high fret issues and terrible buzzing. Customer service being top notch at Sweetwater, getting the replacement and then sending the first one back was no big hassle. Still, the new one had a small drawback. The frets are slightly wider than the neck, sharp, and tended to scratch up my hand. I don't know if Ibanez guitars tend to have a lot of fret issues or if I just got unlucky twice. I'm sure Sweetwater would've been more than willing to do another exchange but I really wasn't. I just got used to it. Whether my playing style adapted to accommodate for the sharp ends, or my hand got tougher, or the weather change had an effect on the neck, I don't really notice it anymore. I just didn't want to risk sanding them down myself. Despite all that, plus the intonation issues which plague most all cheap acoustic guitars, and the intermittent buzz resonating from the hardware inside the body on some low end e-string notes from time to time, I'd have to give this thing a passing grade. You buy it for its compact size, it's nice looks, and the ability to plug her in and bring out the levels you wouldn't otherwise hear with its on-board equalizer. A good starter and traveler. Got just what I paid for.
1/5

poor quality

Frets on mine loose. Have to have it repaired should've sent it back. Not good Quality Guitar
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