Ibanez has unveiled its new ACFS380BT baritone acoustic guitar.
The latest addition to the company's Artwood series of acoustics, the ACFS380BT features a deep Grand Concert style body with a solid Engelmann spruce top and pau ferro back and sides, in addition to a C-shape African mahogany/pau ferro five-piece neck with a Macassar ebony fingerboard and 27-inch scale.
The guitar's electronics include an Ibanez T-bar under-saddle and block contact pickup with an Ibanez DP1 preamp. The guitar's dual outputs allow users to run the pickups independently or mixed.
Other features on the guitar include chrome die-cast tuners, ebony bridge pins and an unbleached, oiled nut and saddle.
The Ibanez ACFS380BT baritone acoustic guitar will be available soon - with an open-pore semi-gloss finish - for $799.
For more info on the guitar, head on over to ibanez.com.
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