Ibanez PC12MH-OPN Acoustic Guitar | Open Pore Natural
The Ibanez PC12MH features a body constructed entirely from sapele, which is often compared to mahogany. Although compared to mahogany, the sapele produces a slightly brighter sound than mahogany whilst adding more top-end shimmer. In addition, its all-sapele construction delivers a consistent and balanced tone across the sonic-spectrum, projecting a well-balanced and defined tone with a little extra treble zing.
With a grand concert body, the folk and fingerstyle enthusiast is certain to adore the sound and response the PC12MH projects. Additionally, fingerpickers are also certain to love the clarity, articulation and precision the grand concert has to offer. Furthermore, the grand concert is significantly smaller than the grand auditorium, providing a big sound within a comfortable design. Its 634 mm scale length and lighter string tension make it ideal composing with as well as being mic'd up for studio and live settings, perfect for the musician on a strict budget.
Constructed from mahogany, the PC12MH's neck adds a resonant warmth to the sapele's tonal output. Additionally, its mahogany neck also responds greatly to numerous playing styles with equal ease. In addition, the neck is topped with a nandu fingerboard that is decorated with white dot inlays for added aesthetic appeal.
Unlike standard bridge pins, the PC12MH 2018 Electro Acoustic features advantage bridge pins, that are easier to take out and easier to put in. Each pin features a bulb shaped end, which is not only easy to grip, but also prevents the pin from being pushed in too far, for a reliable performance.
Over the past 30 years, Ibanez have always been at the forefront of developing the right tools for guitar and bass players, pushing the boundaries of music. For decades, Ibanez designers and luthiers have been the embodiment of this ideology, pushing their skills to the edge of imagination, consistently creating some of the most versatile and unique instruments ever. Although Ibanez guitars and basses have been made since 1908, it wasn't until the late 1980s that they began to form an identity for themselves when artists such as Steve Vai and Frank Zappa began using their instruments. Now with a huge artist clientele across the globe Ibanez are a leading manufacturer of electric guitars and basses and a first choice for many dedicated musicians.