While the AVN1 and 2 models feature full-sized parlor bodies, AVN3 digs even deeper into the past and takes the 19th century parlor guitar form (Ibanez refers to it as Parlor 2). It is smaller, has shorter scale and is not as loud as the other two Artwood Vintage parlors. Along with the 19th century body, AVN3 also rocks the 19th century styling. Mahogany back and sides and solid Sitka spruce sound board comprise the body of this minute parlor six-string. Both the top and back are bound in white, while the top also features the vintage-styled sound hole rosette. Beneath the top, AVN3 is equipped with X bracing. There are no electronics on any of three AVN models (this one included), as they`re all made for the pure acoustic play. Bridge section on the top is equipped with a vintage-styled rosewood bridge with compensated bone saddle. Mahogany neck rocks the V profile in the back and an 18-fret rosewood fingerboard on the top. It is attached to the body through the classic 12th fret dovetail joint. Fingerboard features vintage-sized frets, dot inlays and the bone nut. Set of open-geared tuners concludes the list of features.
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