Ibanez Semi Hollow Electric Guitars
Ibanez hollow electric guitars, or semi acoustic or electric acoustic guitars, do not have a solid body, and a mic is inbuilt. It can have a condenser microphone or an electric pickup, or both, giving you a sound selection preference every time. Some prefer semi-acoustic electric guitars for flexibility. You can amplify your instrument and give sound back via fold-back monitors. Sound technicians and the musician himself should know to be wary of feedback loops. It tends to happen when your instrument’s mic picks up fold-back monitor sounds.Ibanez Artcore Vintage Hollow Guitars
Ibanez Artcore Vintage is your alternative to expensive vintage guitars. The body and hardware have an authentic, aged appearance. You can get this instrument in tobacco burst, low gloss. The fretboard is New Zealand Pine, with an aged white block inlay. It has a maple top, back and sides. You get an ART-1 bridge that improves sustain. You get a Classic Elite neck and bridge pickups, which allow for rich, nuanced tones. Sure Grip III Control Knobs grant precise controls. This vintage guitar is also available in a left-hand player version.Ibanez Solid Electric Guitars
Ibanez solid electric guitars, like other solid body electric guitars, are more streamlined, and they can work effortlessly with pedals and amps. Solid body instruments are easy to play, and tones are rich. Fans know that iconic guitarists like Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton favour using them.Ibanez RGA T62 Electric Guitars
Ibanez designed these electric guitars for precision and power. The solid body can keep up with heavy play and full-throttle power chording. The RGA has a sleek, sculpted top that gives the instrumentalist unrestricted play. This electric guitar comes in sapphire blue, and it has a maple/walnut neck-through and mahogany wing body. The two-octave, 24-fret fretboard is Rosewood and is fitted with jumbo frets. Your neck and bridge pickups have DiMarzio fittings. These give a dynamic range, huge sound and lasting sustain.Care
Protect your electric guitar from poor tone and buzzing sounds by taking better care of it. Rest your instrument in a sturdy, high-quality case to save it from potential damage. Commit to buy a highly expensive electric guitar only if you can afford to enclose it in a premium, reliable case.