Summary: December 2008, I bought an AF75 red sunburst. The action is reasonably soft with a good set-up. No fret buzz or lame tuner issues. Ibanez does have good quality on this basic hollow body with clean sound holes and attractive binding.
Excerpt: This guitar has a warm, bluesy sound on its own, but can transform into many different styles like classic rock, hard rock, and heavy metal. Seymour Duncan made this guitar into a badass rocker.
Excerpt: The sound is great. Played in store so when i went to purchase they were sold out.I sought this moldel just because of the sound (artcore) the hollow body works for all styles of music.i wanted the af105 but hey this was half the price. well worth the money.
You Can Rock With It, But Jazz'n With It Is MUCH Better
19 March 2008
Summary: Just a fine, fine jazz guitar. Fit, finish, stable and slick neck. Unless you're buying your Gibson or Guild to pamper your ego, then this is really all you need for some serious, serious jazz. I own the red sunburst--people comment on its appearance, and then the TONE, all the time.
Summary: I have this guitar since one year now. This is a very easy playable archtop. Fine action. I changed the pickups for Gibson 57 and this guitar is now my prefered. The original Ibanez pickups are so so. With the 57, the tone is perfect. A great guitar