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The people at Ibanez will be the first to admit that their "Boxes For All" slogan for the Artcore full- and semi-acoustics wasn't entirely fulfilled. While the Artcore line had "jazz boxes" (jazz slang for full- and --semi-acoustics) that just about anyone could afford, there weren't any for left-handed players, no matter how much money they had.
Now there are. The new AF85VLSL full-acoustic and AS83VLSL semi-acoustic offer southpaw guitarists a way to get the great complex sounds of full and semi-hollow axes in the very affordable Artcore Deluxe price range.
Both the AF85VLSL full-acoustic and AS83VLSL feature flame-maple tops, large frets and Artcore medium output humbucking pickups. The list price for both instruments is $639.99
For more information, visit their web site at www.ibanez.com