Ibanez AW54CEOPN Artwood Dreadnought Acoustic/Electric Guitar – Open Pore Natural

  • Dreadnought body with cutaway
  • Top made of solid mahogany
  • The back and sides are made of mahogany.
  • Rosewood fretboard and bridge
  • Has Ibanez AEQ210TF preamp with an inbuilt tuner by Ibanez.
Brand Ibanez
Color Natural
Body Material Mahogany
Back Material Type Mahogany Wood
Fretboard Material Type Rosewood
Guitar Pickup Configuration Fishman Sonicore
Hand Orientation Right
Guitar Bridge System Fixed
Scale Length 25.5″ Scale
Number of Strings 6




Ibanez designed the Artwood Series as a tribute to their long history of acoustic guitars while still including the current features that today’s players need. With a solid mahogany top (along with mahogany back, sides, and neck) and an open pore natural finish that highlights the mahogany’s exquisite wood grain, the AW54CEOPN is a visual beauty. A black and white multi-rosette, a cutaway that allows you to reach the full rosewood fingerboard, a rosewood AW bridge with bone saddle, a tortoise pickguard, and chrome die-cast Grover tuners contribute to its visual appeal.

The AW54CEOPN has a Fishman Sonicore pickup and Ibanez’s AEQ210TF preamp with a simple 2-band control that makes adjusting the sound easy while providing plenty of bottoms, but when you need the plugin, the AW54CEOPN has a Fishman Sonicore pickup and Ibanez’s AEQ210TF preamp with a simple 2-band control that makes adjusting the sound easy while providing plenty of bottoms. It also features a phase switch for minimizing feedback and an inbuilt tuner that is simple to operate.

Ibanez’s AW54CE is a fantastic value for under $300. The dark vintage looks are irresistible to any guitarist, and the satin-finished neck ensures a comfortable playing experience. No matter your skill level, a sturdy mahogany top, superb tuners, simple electronics, and a full tone combine to make a very applaudable instrument.

4 reviews for Ibanez AW54CE | Pro Budget Acoustic Guitar

  1. Erick White

    This is a fantastic guitar for the money, and it sounds fantastic. I was going to sand down the saddle because the action seemed a little high for me, but then I recalled that it came with an additional saddle. I opted to sand the spare in case I made a mistake. However, the spare one was already shorter, so I inserted it and it fits well. The action at the 12th fret was 8/64s out of the box, but now it’s 5/64s with the replacement saddle. It now runs like a dream. I also have an acoustic Taylor and a Matin, but this Ibanez has been my go-to.

  2. Joey

    For the past six months, I haven’t been able to put this thing down. I waited so long to write a review because, despite the fact that I fell in love with this guitar the moment I took it out of the box, I half-expected to be disappointed at some time. There isn’t a single thing. It’s a wonderful guitar in terms of tone and appearance. When things become slow at my local small-town hardware shop, I take it with me and just pluck and strum all day. The instrument is a big hit with the old-timers that come in, and I’ve had a lot of comments on it. Of course, it’s a hit with the ladies. šŸ˜‰
    In the end, my guitar is a valuable asset. I can’t imagine it being any different for you.

  3. Salvatore Wheeler

    This guitar has a really good appearance and appears to be nicely constructed. If you’re having trouble removing the round sticker, remember that the entire pick guard is covered in a transparent sticker. Remove that to remove the round sticker.

  4. Sean G.

    I’ve never played before, but I’m still in love with this guitar after a week!

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