Ibanez at the Guitar Showcase 2023: The alternative acoustic brand

GUITAR SHOWCASE 2023: When it comes to acoustic guitars, most musicians immediately think of traditional brands like Martin, Taylor, or Gibson. However, there’s another player in town that’s been offering you an alternative for quite some time now: Ibanez.

Known primarily for their electric guitars, Ibanez has quietly become a go-to choice for those seeking a different kind of acoustic experience. Here are some compelling reasons why Ibanez is the alternative acoustic guitar brand you should consider.

Ibanez breaks away from the – somewhat boring – traditional designs with its innovative and unique acoustic guitar ideas.

If you’re looking for an instrument that stands out both visually and tonally, Ibanez offers a wide range of unconventional body shapes, finishes, and inlays. These eye-catching designs not only make a statement on stage but also contribute to the guitar’s playability and tonal character.

Ibanez has garnered endorsements from a wide range of artists across genres over the course of its history.

From rock legends like Joe Satriani and Steve Vai to acoustic virtuosos like Jon Gomm, their artist roster demonstrates the brand’s versatility and credibility in the music world and they really do LISTEN to them when it comes to design that matters to players. Jon Gomm’s JGM signatures have set themselves as the industry standard for an off the shelf guitar that’s perfect for the contemporary percussive player.

There’s no denying the huge rise of Polyphia too, with their enigmatic front man – Tim Henson – driving a new revolution in electro-nylon guitars with his signature TOD10N. Ibanez are the masters of spinning these artist-centric models into guitars that have mass appeal and bags of practical use potential.

For instance, Henson’s TOD10N has spawned FRH10N models in much the same way that Vai’s Jem spawned the modern classic RG range.

© guitarworld.com


If you interest with unique Guitar, Call Us.

Batiksoul founded by Guge Nugroho.
Most of the wood material comes from the best Indonesian solidwood and 80% is indonesian exotic woods.
for nearly 2 years ( 2012-2014) research how to apply natural dyeing batik on 2.5mm solidwood media such as solid spruce, solid mahogany, maple, and solid mango.
Trials need to be carried out to find out effect the batik process has sound quality and resonance on solidwood instrument.
Since 2011 Batiksoul owned by more than 200 collector, musician and guitarist in the world.

Open chat
Hello 👋
Can we help you?