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Ibanez GRG170DX Electric Guitar
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Take classic Ibanez playability, combine it with 3 Powersound pickups, and throw in a seriously stable tremolo system and you've got the Ibanez GRG17...Click To Read More About This Product
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Take classic Ibanez playability, combine it with 3 Powersound pickups, and throw in a seriously stable tremolo system and you've got the Ibanez GRG170DX Electric Guitar -- an axe made to rock. The GRG-shape maple neck meets up with a basswood body housing a humbucker at the neck and bridge, and a single-coil in the middle position, plus a FAT 10 bridge. The 24-fret rosewood fingerboard features edgy sharktooth inlays. Chrome hardware.
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- GRG-shape maple neck
- Basswood body
- 24 medium frets
- Rosewood fingerboard
- FAT 10 bridge
- Powersound 1 humbucker at neck
- Powersound single-coil in middle
- Powersound 2 humbucker at bridge
- Sharktooth inlay
- Chrome hardware
It's a ridiculously affordable price for this much firepower. Order yours today.
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Great for the price
This is one of those guitars that has a few problems but for the price you can't complain its an excellent starting guitar. The thing I really like about it is that it dosent...Read complete review
This is one of those guitars that has a few problems but for the price you can't complain its an excellent starting guitar. The thing I really like about it is that it dosent look like a starter guitar, if it werent for the gio headstock you could mistake it for an RG. The neck is super fast(slim) so its great people starting out who arent used to big finger stretches. The pickups arent gonna sound like emgs but there are alot worse ones it excellent for the price though. The 3 pus give you some ok options for tone like the bridge is great for distortion and the single coil is great for clean stuff if you can bear with the hum. Of course it has 1 vol and 1 tone knobs so you cant individually set the pus but you not gonna find that at this price range. Now onto the cons. There is some fret buzz on the lower 3 strings around the 1st and 2nd frets. The biggest problem though is the bridge its one of the worst imitations of a floating bridge ever. The guitar dosent have a problem holding its tune as long as you dont mess with the bridge. If you use whammy bar even once the tunning is gonna drop on ya at last 1 or two steps. Thats the whole point of having a floating bridge so this guitar might as well not have one. To make it better i would recommend changing the pus and the bridge, then this will really be a grade A guitar. Until then though its an excellent starter to intermediate guitar.
Most Liked Negative Review
I've played quite a few different guitars and i'd have to say with the exception of a Squier Strat from Mexico this is the worst guitar I've ever played. For the virtually the same...Read complete review
I've played quite a few different guitars and i'd have to say with the exception of a Squier Strat from Mexico this is the worst guitar I've ever played. For the virtually the same price buy a Squier Showmaster and you'll be much happier. Owning both of them I can honestly say that no matter what kind of music you play, what effects you use, what amp you use it will sound better. The frets wear out very easily you will get dead spots in the frets just from using alot of vibrato and especially if you use it as a slide guitar. As for the tone the clean with a little reverb played through the neck humbucker sounds ok for blues of jazz, but if you try to add some crunch to it, it can really sound bad.
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- Almost Perfect Action
- Good Pickups
- Looks Nice
- Thin fast neck
- Doesn't Stay In Tune
This guitar is extremely good as a starter guitar. The neck feels great and the action is low for fast playing. The pickups sound pretty good. This guitar also looks like a much more expensive guitar. The only problem I have with this guitar is it doesn't stay in tune long. As soon as I even touch the whammy bar it instantly goes out of tune. It also usually goes out of tune in the middle of a song if there's a lot of bending which is really a hassle. If you want to start playing guitar and don't want to spend too much money this is the guitar for you.
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This is a great guitar!!! For the money, this is the best thing out there. it is very good for beginners. Average features, good pickups, and easy tuning are some upsides. There is one bad part though. If you are experienced, don't buy this guitar. It has a bad bridge that will go out of tune constantly, which is horrible for gigs. I recently traded this in and bought an RG350MDX which is amazing! As I said: great for beginners, horrible for those with experience!!!
I've had this guitar for about a year now, and its exactly what you would expect for a guitar this price. The pickups are all right, but not great, and the trem goes out of tune a lot, but other than that it's great. I once compared it to a les paul studio, which costs about 6 times as much, and the playability is not that much better. The Les Paul has somewhat of a thinner neck and the tilt of the strings on the neck is better in terms of a playability, but it's definitely not 6 times as good. One thing people have been complaining about is that the trem bar can come in and out too easily, and that's not true. On the very back of the bridge there is a small screw that lets you tighten or loosen the trem bar, so it doesn't always fall out. There is an allen wrench that comes with the guitar and you can use that to tighten that screw. Overall the guitar is great for the price, but obviously you won't be getting the best guitar ever for only $250.
If you are a beginner this is one of the most amazing axes you can buy. I purchased this as my first guitar before upgrading to a les paul. If suits all styles of play. BUY THIS!!!
This is a MAGNIFICIENT guitar its VERY versatile and its only 250$. The pickups are pretty sweet you can go from clean funky grooves to twangy blues to crunchy distorted in the flip of the pickup selector.The thing I ABSOLUTELY HATE about this guitar is the floating tremolo. I'm in a band and we tune a LOT and this thing just gets in the way but if your in one tuning it'll be totally fine.
I bought this guitar yesterday and just about the only time I've taken my hands off of it was to write this review. The neck feels really good, it light and the pick ups are pretty decent. It sounds twice as good as my epiphone sg and is an excellent deal. BUY THIS!
I've been playing guitar for 2 years and ive had quite a few. I've owned this guitar for one year when the delux version wasnt out yet and for a year its proven itself excellent. The fretboard is nice and fast and the three pick ups provide so many diferent sounds. I installed an Emg 81 cause the pickups arent to bright and don't put out enough but yet still the guitar is great it rarely falls out of tune and it has such a great sound to this guitar is great for any player I sugest this to anyone who is into playing metal awsome for regular tunning or low tunnings. A real victory for Ibanez they really did good with this one.
I believe I first bought this guitar at a local shop in 2008. It's a really great beginner guitar. I haven't had any problems with it except the floating tremolo doesn't stay in tune, so I have it blocked off. The pickups aren't DiMarzios but they're good enough for this price range. I still prefer playing this over my Xiphos. I'm no C neck fan but I do prefer this neck over the Wizard necks. They're too skinny for my liking. I like how there's a tab you can just slide out to adjust the truss rod. I've been having some extreme temperature changes where I live and I've needed to adjust it every now and then. This guitar has been through a lot with me and I will continue to play on this guitar.
i picked up this thing and played at a local music store. it played about like a 2x4 peice of pine. i felt like it was gonna break in half and the sound was......ok i guess. seems like a good beginner guitar thoughjust, not for a seasoned musician.
It's a great guitar. The middle pickups sound very bad. When you have distortion on while playing with the single coil in the middle it's sound extremely bad. The neck pickup sound alright. The last pickup sounds like a old recording from Led Zeppelin or something like that. It's pretty nice but after a few month you only use the neck pickup ... It's a very good starter guitar but if you want something better then go for a Epiphone Les Paul or Sg...