The first amplified electric guitar was designed in 1931 by George Beauchamp who was the General Manager of National Guitar Corporation. It was officially built in 1932 and was called “the frying pan.” Electric guitars quickly became all the rage among Jazz guitarist who wanted to amplify their sound in the big band format. From their the electric guitar became the most important music instrument in pop music during the 1950s and 60s. Over the years modifications were made causing it to evolve into a stringed music instrument capable of a variety of sounds and styles. There are many types of electric guitars you just have to find the perfect fit for you. Why not make that the stunning Ibanez AF75TDG? This is a beautiful and classic looking hollow body electric guitar with an artcore shaped neck and has a wonderful vintage sunburst finish. You won’t be able to stop playing this guitar once you pick it up!
Features: A versatile full-hollowbody electric guitar Perfect for a wide range of musical styles and playing techniques Loaded with a vibrato for cool note and chord bends VBF70 vibrato tailpiece has rolling saddles for enhanced tuning stability Maple top, back, and sides Mahogany neck with bound rosewood fretboard Ibanez ACH humbucking pickups capture sweet electric tone and acoustic resonance with no hum Big pearloid block inlays
Specs: Body Type: AF Left-/Right-handed: Right-handed Number of Strings6: Body Material: Maple Top Material: Maple Body Finish: Polyurethane Color: Vintage Sunburst Neck Material: Mahogany, Set Neck Shape: Artcore Scale Length: 24.75″ Fingerboard Material: Rosewood, 12″ Radius Fingerboard Inlay: Pearl Block Number of Frets: 22 Nut Width: 1.693″ Bridge/Tailpiece: ART-2 roller bridge, VBF70 vibrato Tuners: OEM Number of Pickups: 2 Neck Pickup: ACH1 Ceramic Humbucker Middle Pickup: No Middle Pickup Bridge Pickup: ACH2 Ceramic Humbucker Controls: 2 x Volume, 2 x Tone, 3-way Pickup Toggle Case Included: No Case Included