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Get $400 off one of the very best electric guitars you can buy right now, the Ibanez AZ2204F

Ibanez AZ2204F
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The AZ series is not only one of Ibanez’s best electric guitars, but one of the best electric guitars you can buy, full stop. And with $400 off for Cyber Monday, now’s the time to take your guitar performance up a gear.

The AZ2204 is designed for precise playing styles, with a slick oval C-shaped roasted maple neck and fretboard, equipped with 24 stainless steel frets.

(Image credit: Ibanez)

Its tones mirror its playability, thanks to a set of specially designed Seymour Duncan Alnico-5 Hyperion pickups, which include the cunning dyna-MIX 9 system to wring every ounce of tone from the HSS configuration.

The whole lot is capped off by a Gotoh tremolo and locking tuners, plus a gorgeous flamed maple top on an alder body.

$2,099 secures you this top-of-the-line beauty over at Musician’s Friend - for a limited time only.

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Invest in your guitar playing, and get one of the finest electric guitars available today for $2,099, a $400 saving from its original price of $2,499. This precision-built, versatile model is the epitome of contemporary electric guitar design, with an impressive feature set and effortless playability.

Can't quite stretch? Try this $899 AZ deal on for size...

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We’re not kidding when we say the Ibanez AZ series is one of the very best in the world, so getting that level of quality and design for just $899 is, quite frankly, a ridiculous deal. Get yourself this fast-playing, Tequila Sunrise Gradiation-finished solidbody with world-class Seymour Duncan pickups and Gotoh hardware before they’re all gone.

Michael Astley-Brown

Mike is Editor-in-Chief of GuitarWorld.com, in addition to being an offset fiend and recovering pedal addict. He has a master's degree in journalism, and has spent the past decade writing and editing for guitar publications including MusicRadar, Total Guitar and Guitarist, as well as a decade-and-a-half performing in bands of variable genre (and quality). In his free time, you'll find him making progressive instrumental rock under the nom de plume Maebe.