In the standard Artwood series, 400 and 450 models form the intermediate tier and are also the most populous. Besides that, Artwood 400 and 450 models make a major contribution to he sales figures of the Artwood range. For 2014, Ibanez is introducing a whole new 400 and 450 lineup. AW400L is among these new models. It comes with a simple and elegant dreadnought body with non-cutaway design and vintage styling. It is made of mahogany back and sides with spruce sound board on top (400 models come with spruce sound boards, while the 450 models are fit with cedar tops). Discreet and stylish tortoise shell binding around the top adds elegance to this six-stringed lefty. Tortoise pickguard and abalone rosette give the vintage feel to this model. Fixed rosewood bridge is fit with a compensated bone saddle with Advantage pins. Electronics section is non-existent on this great steel-stringer, Ibanez makes it in fully acoustic form. Neck on this model is made of mahogany. It`s attached to the body at the 14th fret via the dovetail joint. On the top, it rocks the standard 20-fret rosewood fingerboard.
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