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A try before you buy but excellent guitar. - Reviews Ibanez AEL20E

Has a knob with equal volume, but I advise to resolve it directly on the amp (ideally the table) because the Equal allows some adjustments but no real substance. The microphone is of good quality and well made, great potential but is intended more specifically for "small organizations" type small concert halls, bars, home studio. The finish of the guitar is clean, the colors I have is superb. However, I see a certain fragility of the varnish. A guitar that care must be taken and fault either by choice, it is obligation.


Very pleasant to use and ergonomic. Original strings recess change not to cut your fingers. The handle is soft and has no free edges, which gives comfort to some games. Note that the box is just "huge" so when sitting, if you are a small size, you can hide behind. Access to acute relatively easy but given its sound is still most often at maximum upper midrange (for me).


The sound is very clear, open and bright. Perfect for any type of folk and unplugged. Very nice sound from low to upper midrange, treble going well but the guitar is very bright, it sometimes verges a little aggression (your point of view). Preference for playing without an amp.


Use for 6 years. Often compared to me with a Cort same category. Cort absolutely do not support the comparison. His bass drum is very nice and makes a powerful sound. Just a wide range of gaming power available and excellent sound reproduction at all levels. Although it is not capricious, it is sensitive to temperature, I recommend a tuner still in the pocket and a strong case for transportation.