AVC9 is one of six models of the newly formed Artwood Vintage branch, named Artwood Vintage Thermo Aged. The main feature of this new sub-series is that it tackles traditional acoustic guitars in a modern way. Thermo Aged process is the key to the astonishing vintage tone these guitars have. Basically, it is the process of heating the wood in vacuum. It helps the wood dry and decompose resin many times faster than under natural circumstances, thus resulting in stiffness of the grain, light weight and the much desired "aged" tone.
AVC9 is an "all-mahogany" guitar with a non-cutaway grand concert body, neck attached at the 14th fret and short 24-24/25" scale. The flat-top body features solid mahogany top (Thermo Aged) and regular laminated back and sides. Black binding and tortoise shell pickguard grace the top. The neck on this compact six-stringer is made of mahogany and it features the standard soft V profile in the back. Ibanez installs a standard 20-fret rosewood fingerboard on top (1.77" bone nut, 15.75" radius, dot inlays). Other major features include: compensated rosewood bridge, die-cast tuners (most probably Ibanez stock tuners) and X bracing.
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