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Manufacturer's ID: GRG121DX-WNF
What we say:
At A Glance
Ibanez made the Gio range in order to supply all guitarists with a good quality rock guitar that would sound good and be reliable but also be very affordable. Importantly, it proudly displays the Ibanez logo on the headstock, not some other name for a cheaper range. This proves that Ibanez are serious about their commitment to making this an affordable range of real quality. The 121 model loses the pickguard for a more radical 80s hard rock look. This is further emphasised by the aggressive sharktooth inlays and binding on the fretboard. Equipped with a pair of humbuckers that mean business, you are all set for metal.
Features We Love:
These powerful pickups are ready for all the big riffs that you can send their way. Chunky palm muting and soaring leads will be no problem here. They also look great with the black covers, matching the slick looks present on the rest of the guitar.
For those who aren't interested in tremolo then a fixed bridge is the way to go. It gives great tuning stability and has individual saddles for adjusting the height and intonation of each string.
Held in high esteem for their top quality guitars, Ibanez certainly know how to create great instruments. Some of world's top players have been using Ibanez for decades and they continue to provide everything a guitarist needs, be it at the start of their journey or at the top of their game.
- Great value for money
- Ibanez quality throughout
- Built with metal in mind
- Ibanez GRG121DX-WNF Walnut Flat
|Neck type||GRG Maple neck|
|Fretboard||Bound Treated New Zealand Pine / Sharktooth Inlay|
|Neck Pickup||INF-6 (H) (Passive/Ceramic)|
|Bridge Pickup||INF-6 (H) (Passive/Ceramic)|
|Width at Nut||43mm|
|Width at Last Fret||58mm|
|Thickness at 1st||19.5mm|
|Thickness at 12th||21.5mm|