Ibanez

4 String Bass Guitars

The bass guitar is the lowest-pitched member of the guitar family. A plucked string instrument, played with either a pick or fingers, the bass guitar is similar in appearance and construction to the electric guitar, but features a longer scale neck and is commonly found in either 4, 5 or 6 stringed variations.

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6 String Acoustic Guitars

The 6 string Acoustic was first developed in 1779 and since then has been used by Singer/Songwriters, and fingerstyle players. It comes in many styles from Classical through to Dreadnought shaped. An acoustic guitar does not need an amplifier...

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Electro-Acoustic Guitars

Electro-Acoustic guitars are designed to have pick ups in the bridge and to be plugged into an amplifier. To this end they may have an onboard pre-amp to go with the pick-up, and some even have built in effects too.....

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Semi-Hollowbody Electric Guitars

Semi Hollwbody guitars are sometimes known as Semi Acoustic guitars. They have sound holes as well as pick-ups and have a distinctive sound with more acoustic qualities, as opposed to a solidbody electric.

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Solidbody Electric Guitars

The electric guitar requires external amplification in order to be heard at the usual performance volumes. Via the use of one or more pickups, the vibration of the strings is converted to an electrical signal, which in turn is amplified via an external amplifier. The electric guitar can be found in a multitude of shapes, forms and scale lengths depending on the style and requirements of the music.

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