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Ibanez AVN5OPN Artwood Vintage All Mahogany Parlor Acoustic Guitar

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While the AVN5OPN Artwood Vintage All Mahogany Parlor Acoustic guitar is built with the same approach as all the models in their Artwood Vintage Series, the Open Pore Natural finish helps it stand out in the crowd. The natural beauty of this guitar's tonewood is matched by a sound that is balanced but with punch and bite in all the right places, and at a price that doesn't take too big a bite out of your budget. Case sold separately.

Body Body type:Parlor Cutaway:Non-cutaway Top wood:SolidMahogany Back & sides:Mahogany Bracing pattern:X Body finish:Open Pore Natural Orientation:Right handed Neck Neck shape:U Nut width:1.8" (45mm) Fingerboard:Rosewood Neck wood:Mahogany Scale length:25" Number of frets:20 Neck finish:Open Pore Natural Electronics Pickup/preamp:No Brand:Not applicable Configuration:Not applicable Preamp EQ:Not applicable Feedback filter:Not applicable Tuner:Not applicable Other Headstock overlay:Rosewood Tuning machines:ChromeOpen Geared Bridge:Rosewood Saddle & nut:Bone Number of strings:6-string Special features:Body finish Case:Sold separately Accessories:None

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Gold Coverage goes above and beyond the manufacturer's warranty to protect your gear from unexpected breakdowns, accidental damage from handling and failures. This plan covers your product for one, two, three or up to five years from your date of purchase, costs just pennies per day and gives you a complete "no-worry" solution for protecting your investment.

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For products over $200, No Lemon Policy applies. If it fails for the same defect 3 times, it is replaced on the 4th breakdown. (Does not apply to failures due to drops, spills, and cracks) For products under $200 experiencing the above failures, a Custom Guitar's Friend gift card will be issued for the full price of the product + tax. Shipping fees covered if required for repair or replacement Plans are transferable in the event merchandise is sold Plans are renewable on new gear

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I've had this Ibanez mahogany parlor from MF for about six weeks. I work from home and keep it handy when taking breaks, composing, or picking on the porch. It is surprisingly light weight. Larger dimensions than some parlors, but very comfortable. I love the slotted headstock (thanks for leaving the company logo off, Ibanez, since that adds a bit of old-timey mystery to the appearance). I think these open gear tuners are dandy -- just needed a touch of oil to keep them smooth and quiet. Yes, it stays in tune nicely. The generous nut width is great for fingerstyle, but applicable to any style. The stock strings were really nice. I played them like crazy for almost a month, then put on some Martin SP Lifespan 12's, which are perfect for this 25" neck.
I love the warm mahogany look and sound, which is quite different from my spruce-top guitars. The sustain is quite remarkable, as the Ibanez video demonstrates. I was wavering between this and a more expensive guitar with solid mahogany back and sides. I did not get to compare in person, but I'm very happy with this tone.
My only reason to knock this from 5 stars to 4 was the setup. The action was quite high, for my tastes. Maybe folks who prefer aggressive strumming in first position would find it perfect "as is". But I not only tweaked the truss rod, which is easy and smooth, but also (very carefully) sanded the saddle and filed the nut just a bit. (Nice bone material on those.) Now the action is very, very nice. All other workmanship seems excellent. Smooth fret ends. Nice body work and binding.
I've been playing for 55 years. I have a spruce/rosewood Taylor GS Mini, which I really love. It's smaller and incredibly playable. I also have a solid cedar Washburn and a Martin D-28. The D-28 is of course a cannon, with beautiful tone and lots of bass, but it seems like a lot more work to play.
This Ibanez AVN5-OPN is beautiful to look at. Fun to play. Great old-timey, down-home vibe. Great price.
Ibanez AVN5OPN Artwood Vintage All Mahogany Parlor Acoustic Guitar
.I purchased this for my daughter yo take to college. The size of this parlor guitar is a perfect. Small enough to easily transport and store in a dorm but large enough to provide good acoustics. I am very impressed with the build quality of the guitar. The binding is nice and flush, frets seems to be finished well and the internal construction looks good with no excessive glue or sloppiness. Sound is bright which you would expect from a smaller body guitar but still rich. Exterior finish is very nice with no obvious imperfections. One of the tuners is a little tight and I dont know if it will loosen up over time. The tuners do feel a little cheap which is why this is rated a 4 and not a 5.
Ibanez AVN5OPN Artwood Vintage All Mahogany Parlor Acoustic Guitar
.Beautiful solid top mahogany guitar. Parlor size is great for sitting in my easy chair practicing and noodling, can even play it in my Prius! Lovely open pore finish looks and feels nice. Sound is warm and mellow when played with fingers, and full-bodied when played with pick. I love the 12-fret neck. Very easy to play. I added some size 10 silk and steel strings to make it just a bit quieter (I practice at night), and to make easier on my finger tips (just starting to play again). Perfect combination. This is an amazing guitar for the price.
Ibanez AVN5OPN Artwood Vintage All Mahogany Parlor Acoustic Guitar
.Was looking for an 0 size guitar, picked this one out over the recording king. Should have gone with the recording king. I expected more from Ibanez, but the last couple I have bought of this brand I have felt let down on. This guitar is very heavy for it's size. I'm guessing from all the laminate. The 3 piece neck was evident and there was no attempt to try to get the grain or even the wood color to be similar between the 3 pieces. The neck is think and chunky like a baseball bat. Not much volume. Construction was not that fantastic, inadequate sanding. Showed up with some damage. Took the opportunity to return it
Ibanez AVN5OPN Artwood Vintage All Mahogany Parlor Acoustic Guitar

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