Ibanez PN1 Spruce - Natural High Gloss

6-string Acoustic Guitar with Spruce Top, Mahogany Back and Sides, and Rosewood Fingerboard - Natural Gloss
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An Amazingly Affordable Parlor Guitar!

If you've ever wanted to step into the world of acoustic parlor guitars, here's your golden opportunity. The surprisingly affordable Ibanez PN1 acoustic guitar has a spruce top, mahogany back and sides, and a rosewood-topped mahogany neck. Comfortable to play just about anywhere, the PN1 acoustic guitar delivers that distinctive parlor tonality players love. Call Sweetwater today and get yours!

Spruce-topped mahogany is a singer-songwriter's favorite

Between its comfortable parlor-sized body and its combination of spruce on a back and sides made of mahogany, this Ibanez PN1 acoustic guitar offers many of the characteristics that Sweetwater guitarists look for in an accompaniment instrument. For starters, although the parlor-sized body projects well, its overall loudness competes less with your voice than that of a dreadnought or jumbo acoustic, allowing you to lay into the strings with all the expression you like, without worrying about drowning out your voice. Adding to that are the tonewoods, which provide rich low-end warmth and sparkle in the upper register, with less tonal complexity in the midrange, allowing your voice to ring through clearly.

Ibanez PN1 Acoustic Guitar Features:
  • Parlor 2 body for supremely comfortable playing
  • Spruce top with mahogany back and sides for well-balanced tone
  • Rosewood fretboard and rosewood bridge
  • Classical mosaic rosette
Strum your guitar anywhere with the Ibanez PN1 parlor guitar!

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Tech Specs

String Type Steel
Number of Strings 6
Body Shape Parlor
Body Style No Cutaway
Left-/Right-handed Right-handed
Color Natural
Finish High Gloss
Top Wood Spruce
Back & Sides Wood Mahogany
Body Bracing X
Binding Ivory
Neck Wood Mahogany
Fingerboard Material Rosewood
Fingerboard Inlay Dots
Number of Frets 18
Scale Length 24.41"
Tuning Machines Open-Gear Tuners
Bridge Material Rosewood
Nut Width 1.653"
Body Length 18.25"
Body Width 12"
Body Depth 3.75" (Max)
Strings Coated Bronze
Manufacturer Part Number PN1NT

Customer Reviews

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5/5

Very impressive!

Wonderful customer service (which is very unusual these days!), helpful info about the guitar, shipped very nicely and carefully, and my daughter loves the guitar. It's the perfect size for her age and size (9 yrs) Her instructor is very impressed with such a great instrument as well! Would absolutely buy from you again!
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Recently received my latest guitar from you guys.An Ibanez PN1NT.What a little pocket rocket!! Sounds terrific.Action is great.Been working with Zach Neels over the years.He's a true professional,as you all are.
Music background: Former pro.
5/5

The Amazing Parlor Guitar by Ibenez

I was amazed by the sound and play-ability of this lovely instrument. It is a pleasure to play. One of my main instruments.
Music background: Started to play as a child of 5
4/5

Nice for the Price

A nice little guitar for the price. I bought the Gretsch Jim Dandy a while back as a couch guitar, and loved it. My wife has started playing again after a long hiatus, and I bought the PN1 for her so she could have something to grab while I was messing with the Jim Dandy (did I mention how much I love the Jim Dandy?). Anyway, out of the box I wasn't loving the PN1, not at first, but this was in comparison with the Gretsch. After hearing my wife play for a while, I realized that comparing the two is not really worthwhile. Both are nice little guitars for the price. Neither will sound like a rich guitar, but they are nice for sitting around and playing in the parlor, so to speak. The PN1, like the Gretsch Jim Dandy, is a guitar that'd be great anywhere, no worries about sand or wind or an occasional drop of water. I play because it's fun, not because I'm a professional musician. The sound of the PN1 isn't the greatest in the world, but for under 150 bucks, I'm very pleased with the general quality. My wife and I can take the guitars camping with the kiddos, leave them in a tent, not worry too much. I have played some nice instruments in my time, but none really made me into a better player. Some of the greatest players of all time started on little instruments that did not have the best tone, etc. This is a great guitar for messing around. Love that there are no worries. I will likely switch out the strings when they wear out a bit, as some reviews seemed to indicate that a slightly better tone was achieved through that, but my guess is that the tone, as they say, is in the fingers. If you're looking at both the Gretsch Jim Dandy and the PN1, personally I'd go for the Gretsch, but the PN1 is decent too, with a louder sound, which surprised me since the body is quite a bit smaller. Very shiny finish, looks like an old true parlor style.
Music background: Amateur Hobbiest
4/5

Ibanez PN1 parlor guitar - 2nd review

After polishing the back of neck of my PN1 with 800 grit wet & dry auto body paper, replacing the generic tuners with a set of Grover Sta-tite open back tuners, putting on a set of Martin Custom M130 silk & steel strings and a minor set up adjustment, my PN1 parlor guitar has now taken on a different rating with improved sound and even better playabilty. It is a great sounding guitar for short money. It will make its presence heard at any pub session picking fiddle tunes.
Music background: Irish traditional music
See also: 6 string acoustic guitars, Ibanez, Ibanez 6-string Acoustic Guitars