Instruments from the Artwood series of the Japanese brand Ibanez are based on traditional craftsmanship and acquired know-how, which they combine with modern technological processes.
The body of the Dreadnought AW84-WK is made of okoumé - solid wood front, laminated okoumé back and sides. The neck is made of exotic nyatoh wood and is fitted with a 20-fret fig fingerboard. White position dots make it easy to navigate the fingerboard surface.
The strings are mounted in the company's chrome Die-Cast gears with an 18:1 gear ratio and a figwood fingerboard. The Ibanez Advantage's pegs offer the benefits of easy handling and a solid string fit over standard models. The stylish look of the instrument is accentuated by traditional elements in the form of a rosette composed of black and white rings and a black pickguard.
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