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Nice, à faible coût hollowbody. - Avis Ibanez AGR70

Neck Material: Mahogany
Neck Type: Artcore set-in
Body: Maple top/back/sides
Frets: Large frets
Fingerboard: Bound Rosewood
Inlay: Pearl block inlay
Bridge: ART1 bridge
NeckPU: ACH1-M
BridgePU: ACH2-M
HW Color: CH
Finishes: BK

True full-hollow body construction
Shallower depth than AG gives a more modern style and feel Mahogany set-in neck
Large Frets
All-Maple top, back and sides for bright, clear sound
ACH-M mini humbucker pickups give added warmth and super smooth tone
Depth: 50mm at tail


Scale/Length 628mm/24.75"
a: Width at Nut 43mm
b: Width Last Fret 57mm
c: Thickness 1st Fret 20mm
d: Thickness 12th Fret 26.5mm
Radius 305mm
Bridge Pickup
Name: ACH2-M
Model No: ACH2-M
Construction: Humbucking
Magnet: Ceramic
Description: Bridge version of ACH1-M

Neck Pickup
Name: ACH1-M
Model No: ACH1-M
Construction: Humbucking
Magnet: Ceramic
Description: Clean sounding,moderate output with warm hi end.


This is an interesting entry from Ibanez. It is a fully hollow guitar, with a thinner body, and one cutaway. It's a bit like an ES175 in body shape, and Epiphone Casino in depth and construction, only with mini-humbuckers. The build quality is good for the price, and the playability is great.


This is a great sounding guitar! The acoustic projection is substantial, and the top of the guitar contributes to a nice compressed sound. Plugged in, the pickups sound very nice - very similar to some of my favorite pickups ever, the mini-humbuckers from Gibson. Nice tonal balance, and the guitar is great for jazz, country, rockabilly, classic rock, alternative/indie.


The pickups really make this a special guitar. Ibanez has been making incredible hollowbody instruments for a long time, and this is a good low-cost alternative to their high-end instrument. It plays well, looks classy, sounds fantastic, and won't break the bank. Recommended.