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Ibanez GAX30 Electric Guitar
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It's solid and simple, and it rocks. Precision-cut basswood body, GAX neck, medium frets, dual humbuckers, and a fixed bridge. It has all the essenti...Click To Read More About This Product
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A best-selling budget axe.
It's solid and simple, and it rocks. Precision-cut basswood body, GAX neck, medium frets, dual humbuckers, and a fixed bridge. It has all the essentials and skips the frills to be one of the most affordable "real" guitars available.
- GAX neck
- Basswood body
- Medium frets
- Fixed bridge
- Dual humbuckers
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Nicely done Ibanez.
I picked this up for $89 used at a local music dealer because all I have is an off brand strat and I needed an affordable guitar with humbuckers. I took it home and...Read complete review
I picked this up for $89 used at a local music dealer because all I have is an off brand strat and I needed an affordable guitar with humbuckers. I took it home and flipped the strings (I'm a lefty. By the way, lefties, if you're gonna go Hendrix style, get a guitar with a bolt-on neck. You can get a screwdriver and easily put the strap pin in place of a bolt on the back.). Wow! This guitar easily compares to the strat looking models. The harmonics are great and you can easily get some screams out of it. Has a clear, clean tone when you use the bridge pickup and the neck one has that deep, thick tone. The neck pickup stood out to me because I use the bridge pickup alone more due to the music I play, but the neck one is also great, which is pretty amazing because the tone knob only works for the bridge pickup on mine (Again mine was used.) These pickups may be exceptional though because the are Seymour Duncans and I'm not sure if they are stock or not. The neck is really smooth and fast and ist perfect for Punk Rock and Grunge. The D string has a bad buzz in some places, but I think it's just because I haven't put a lefty nut on it yet. Very nice finish (WAY better than these pics) and not only that but a very durable guitar too. I mainly play bass, but I'm gonna use this as my primary stage guitar. Great for the price and well worth it. I'd pay up to about $350 for it, but not anymore, because if you have that much, get a G-400. The only reason I gave features a 4.5 is because personally, I like tremolo bridges. Anyways it's a great overall guitar and I'm thinking about getting one in blue (Mine's red) for my bands guitarist for his B-day.
Most Liked Negative Review
A Beginner's Vehicle for Learning
I've been playing guitar for 8 months, and still use it...but only because I'm in the process of saving up for a Fender American Strat. To all beginners: this is a...Read complete review
I've been playing guitar for 8 months, and still use it...but only because I'm in the process of saving up for a Fender American Strat. To all beginners: this is a great guitar to start with. It has its own sound, a great feel, and a wonderful body--but once you've learned how to play and want to play live: time to move on. Use this as a bridge to something better. Great for the price, but don't make the mistake of getting near an american strat...you won't want to touch this guitar again for a month!
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Everyone from beginners to seasoned rockers will love this thing. If you're even thinking about getting it, just do it. You won't be disappointed.
When I pulled it out of the box, it was already perfectly set up and in tune; in just five minutes, I was plugged in and wailing away. For the price, its just terrific. It easily competes with guitars costing ten times as much, and feels and plays just as good. I'm a bit bullish on guitars, so I need a guitar that can hold up to some serious hard rock, and this little beauty performs swimmingly. I play through a Marshall JCM800 half-stack and this guitar sounds huge plugged into it. You can have your expensive Les Pauls and SG's - this thing performs right alongside them without even breaking a sweat. Bottom line: if you're looking for a serious rock machine on a budget, this is the ticket.
Fit and finish is flawless. No rattles or extraneous noise, and the action is razor-thin and buttery smooth. I still can't believe this thing is Chinese made.
One of the best values in a guitar that I've ever come across.
a good axe goes good with my old peavy amp. i got it in january and havent hade many complaints. if you have big meaty fingers like me i have to say that this isnt the axe for you.it could use better pickups but over all a good guitar for starters and a play around guitar.
The only problems I have had with this is a shaking sound on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd fret of E, A, and D and the strings hitting the frets when picking.
I recently got this guitar in December and I really could not be happier. The only real thing i've noticed is it only has 2 knobs, which is minimal for sound control but easily fixed with a good distortion pedal. For the low price i paid, I really am amazed. Recently i've been playing heavier stuff (in the vein of Norma Jean, Dillinger Escape plan, etc.) and music that involves a lot of really chaotic parts and this guitars fretboard is amazing to use; it flows very well. The sound quality isn't bad at all, and it is BY FAR the lightest guitar I have ever played in my life. when I wear it on stage I feel like its practically weightless. If you are looking for a good sounding ibanez that is light enough to throw like crazy on stage and inexpensive... This is your pick.
I guess its a pretty good guitar to start with but after about a year it gets old. The neck is really small and thats not good when you dont have the smallest fingers. Its only out of ture once in a while for me, usually stays. Its good to start out with but once you get better...buy a different one.
I just bought this guitar and it sounds really nice. I compared it with a few other guitars and this one sounded the best. I also like the way that it is shaped.
This is a great guitar for the price. The only complaint I have with mine is that the frets hang just barely off the neck so it scratches your hands and makes it hard for you to slide up and down the neck. I would recomend buying it from a local guitar shop because if the guitar has any problems with buzzing or to high of strings they will fix them. Great beginner- intermediate guitar with great sound.
I have had my black one for about a year now and even though it is not always in tune, it still plays hard and that's what i like. It has just enough controls to make me happy also. If you're worried about it being crap for the price... don't be.
I have a collection of guitars including a Gibson Les Paul, a couple of Fender Strats and a Tele. I barely play them, cause I like my Gax30 better.The playability of the GAX is astounding for a cheap guitar. And more often than not, this guitar is part of my live set up.It's a bit sharper on the ears than a Les Paul, but to the uninitiated, it doesn't really make a difference.This guitar handles distortion very well and is perfect for hard rock to heavy metal settings.I bought the GAX in 2008 and haven't purchased anything else. The GAX is a rare guitar to get here locally because everyone's keeping it for themselves.Too bad my guitar burned along with the rest of our house last March 19, 2011.
Beautiful guitar. Blue is spectacular and spakles often in good lighting. Nice sound and nice looks. Just a nice guitar!