Ibanez AEG50


Perfect for any musician looking for a versatile, lightweight electro-acoustic guitar, the Ibanez AEG50 offers a great sound, comfortable playability, and an array of features to take your music to the next level.



The Ibanez AEG50 is one of the latest offerings from the legendary Japanese guitar manufacturer, Ibanez. It is a sleek and stylish acoustic-electric guitar that is the perfect choice for musicians who want a versatile instrument that can handle a wide range of playing styles and musical genres.

At the heart of the AEG50, you will find a solid spruce top and a mahogany back and sides. This tonewood combination is a classic recipe for great acoustic guitar tone, providing warmth, depth, and resonance.

The AEG50 has a slim, comfortable neck made of mahogany, with a rosewood fingerboard that offers a smooth playing experience. The guitar has a scale length of 25 inches and 20 frets, making it easy to play and fast-fingered.

The AEG50 also features Ibanez’s AEQ-TTS preamp with a built-in tuner. This preamp system uses a single button to turn on the tuner and comes with a 9V battery power source. The controls of the preamp include an onboard notch filter and EQ slider for ultimate tone shaping.

In terms of design, the Ibanez AEG50 features a slim and contoured body with a glossy black finish, which adds a touch of class and elegance to the instrument. As with all Ibanez guitars, the attention to detail and craftsmanship is evident, making it stand out among other acoustic-electric guitars.

The AEG50 is versatile and can easily be played in any musical style such as blues, rock, folk, and more. The guitar can also be used for fingerpicking and strumming. Thanks to its well-balanced tone and solid construction, the AEG50 is capable of delivering excellent sound quality, whether played acoustically or plugged in.

In conclusion, if you’re looking for an acoustic-electric guitar that is both stylish and versatile, the Ibanez AEG50 is definitely worth considering. With its solid construction, excellent tone, and onboard preamp, it is a fantastic option for guitarists of all skill levels.

Ibanez AEG50 properties

Product name AEG50
Brand Ibanez
Type String Instruments
String Instruments Acoustic Guitar
Number of Strings 6 pcs
String Type Steel
Built-in Microphone Yes
Handedness Right-handed
Number of Frets 20
Cutaway Single Cutaway
Size 4/4
Wood Type (front) Spruce
Wood Type (back) Sapele
Wood Type (body sides) Sapele
Wood Type (fretboard) Walnut
Built-in Tuner Yes
Colour Black, Blue, Fireburst/Colourburst

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Frequently Asked Questions:

Question: How can I change the strings on my Ibanez AEG50 acoustic guitar?

Changing strings on your Ibanez AEG50 acoustic guitar is a simple task that you can do at home. Here's how to do it:

1. Gather your supplies: You will need new strings, string cutters or scissors, and possibly a tuner if you want to check the pitch of the new strings after installation.

2. Unplug any electronic devices connected to your guitar, such as a pickup or preamp system.

3. Remove the old strings: Use the string cutters or scissors to cut each string at its bridge pin, which is located near the sound hole of the guitar. Carefully lift each string off the saddle and remove it from the guitar. You may need to use a guitar capo or clamp to hold down the remaining strings while you remove them one by one.

4. Install the new strings: Take one end of the new string, thread it through the hole on the bridge pin, and pull it up towards the tuning pegs. Wrap the string around the first tuning peg clockwise (for right-handed players) or counterclockwise (for left-handed players). Make sure to leave enough slack for adjustments later on.

5. Continue this process for each string, working your way from the low E string to the high E string. Some acoustic guitars have an additional string called a "G string" or "low G string." If your Ibanez AEG50 has one, follow the same procedure.

6. Once all the strings are installed, tune your guitar using a tuner or by ear. The standard tuning for acoustic guitars is E-A-D-G-B-E (from low to high).

7. Adjust the string height: After you've tuned your guitar, you may want to adjust the string height at the saddle using a hex wrench or Allen key provided with your Ibanez AEG50 or purchased separately. This will help improve the intonation and playability of your guitar.

8. Enjoy your freshly strung Ibanez AEG50 acoustic guitar!

What are the common issues encountered while setting up and maintaining Ibanez AEG50 acoustic-electric guitar?

Here are some of the common issues encountered while setting up and maintaining an Ibanez AEG50 acoustic-electric guitar:
1. Intonation issues: The intonation may be off, causing the guitar to sound out of tune when playing higher frets. You can fix this by adjusting the saddle height on the bridge. Action problems: High action can make it difficult to play chords and notes easily. Adjusting the saddle height and truss rod can help lower the action. Electronics issues: The pickup may produce unwanted noise or feedback, or the volume/tone controls might not work correctly. Check the connections and make sure everything is securely plugged in. You may need to replace the battery if it's dead. Fret buzz: If you hear a buzzing sound while playing, it could be due to fret buzz. This can be caused by improper fret leveling or worn-out frets. A professional setup might be needed to fix this issue. Loose tuners: Over time, the guitar tuners may become loose and start to wobble, causing the guitar to go out of tune easily. Tightening the screws on the tuner posts can help prevent this from happening. Cracking or splitting: The guitar top can crack or split if it's exposed to extreme temperature changes or humidity. To prevent this, keep your guitar in a controlled environment with consistent temperature and humidity levels. Dirty pickup: A dirty pickup can cause unwanted noise. Clean the pickup using a soft cloth and isopropyl alcohol. Broken strings: Strings can break due to wear and tear or poor quality. Replace broken strings with high-quality ones.