Ibanez PN15 Parlor Size Acoustic Guitar Brown Sunburst

  • Parlor Body
  • Neck: Mahogany
  • The back and sides are made of mahogany.
  • Spruce Top
  • Black and White Multi Rosette
Brand Ibanez
Color Brown Sunburst
Top Material Type Spruce
Body Material Spruce
Back Material Type Mahogany
Neck Material Type Mahogany
Fretboard Material Type Rosewood
String Material Type Bronze
Hand Orientation Ambidextrous
Guitar Bridge System Fixed




Ibanez has a well-deserved reputation for making lightning-quick, high-gain electric guitars, but the PN15 parlor is out to prove that the Japanese manufacturer can also produce a great acoustic guitar. Let’s see what all the excitement is about with this small guitar, which is one of the more affordable models in our list of the finest parlor guitars.

Brown Sunburst PN15 Parlor Size Acoustic Guitar The Ibanez PN15 Parlor Size Acoustic Guitar combines Ibanez excellence with a low price. It has a surprising amount of volume for its small size, thanks to a spruce top and mahogany back and sides. This is an excellent instrument to have in your parlor or living room. It’ll blend right in with its warm sunburst finish. It might also be used as a travel guitar. The PN15 has a comfortable mahogany neck and a smooth rosewood fingerboard, making it easy to play. Precision tuning is provided by die-cast tuners, while the Ivorex II nut and saddle improve intonation and sustain. The case is available for purchase separately.

We didn’t expect this budget-friendly parlor guitar to set the globe on fire. While it doesn’t compare to some of the mid-range options, it still performs admirably. With the X bracing and slightly larger body, this is one instrument that truly sings, with good projection for its size and a surprisingly open tone – still a little middle heavy, but well balanced and not boxy.

3 reviews for Ibanez PN15 | Parlor Acoustic Guitar

  1. Maximus Robles

    It’s a fantastic guitar for $150. The strings on it are a tad harsh. This one is ideal for when you’re simply sitting around practicing or don’t want to take your “good guitars” camping or something. It’s also suitable for beginners. It’s a parlor guitar at its finest.

  2. Morgan D.

    I’ve never had a poor Ibanez. This parlor guitar isn’t any different. A fantastic FIRST GUITAR, as well as an excellent travel instrument! It arrived earlier than planned and in excellent condition. I definitely suggest this guitar because of its overall quality and sound.

  3. Dakota Gordon

    The saddle was badly cut, the string spacing was wrong, and the action was high. I took it to a luthier and had the bone saddle trimmed, the truss rod adjusted, and new strings installed. Aside from that, the fit and quality are excellent. Brighten up the tone a little. The neck is quite comfortable. Lower but is slightly larger than other parlors. I spent $50 on a new saddle and Martin strings. Now it sounds and plays fantastically. For a cheap price, you get a lot of guitars.

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