Styled in a natural high gloss finish, the Ibanez Artwood Vintage Series AVD60 is a full-sized acoustic guitar made from spruce and mahogany. The dreadnought body delivers a powerful and balanced acoustic sound, well suited for solo performance or playing with a full band.
The AVC9CE-OPN is part of the Vintage Thermo Aged line, with its tonewoods undergoing a baking process that dries the wood. This basically gives the feel and sound of an old vintage acoustic instrument (hence the name), producing a richer tone with improved projection.
Thanks to its Thermal-aged solid mahogany top, the Ibanez Artwood Vintage AVC9 acoustic guitar delivers rich, vibrant acoustic tone at an affordable price. Thermo-aged tops endure a high-temperature drying process that enhances harmonic complexity - it's as if the guitar has already been well played for a few years. The Grand Concert body style is great for both fingerpicking and strumming, and the satin finish on the mahogany neck makes for extremely smooth playability. And with appointments you'd normally only find on costlier guitars, such as real bone nut and saddles, the Ibanez Artwood Vintage AVC9 acoustic guitar is a great value.
The Artwood series from Ibanez offers great features at a great price. These guitars are crafted to be totally modern, using the latest in guitar making technology, but remaining faithful to tradition. Now with the Artwood Vintage Series, Ibanez looks to the past for inspiration in the development of new historically influenced instruments. "Thermo Aged" tone wood is made by a special drying process at a high temperature which is commonly known as "baking" or "torrefaction."
The AVD9-NT is part of the Vintage Thermo Aged line, with its tonewoods undergoing a baking process that dries the wood. This basically gives the feel and sound of an old vintage acoustic instrument (hence the name), producing a richer tone with improved projection.
Ibanez's Artwood Vintage acoustics offer players a lot of guitar for the money. The Ibanez AVN9 Artwood Vintage takes things a step further with its torrefied mahogany top, which gives this parlor guitar an aged, broken-in sound.