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A lean guitar with all the muscle you need to play the heaviest of rock.
The GRGA32 Electric Guitar is the first Ibanez Gio RGA to be fitted with a fixed bridge. The guitar's dual STDH humbucking pickups are well-suited for aggressive metal styles.
The Ibanez GRGA has a comfortable double-cutaway mahogany body with a carved top, a bolt-on maple neck, and a 24-fret rosewood fretboard. Black hardware adds to the simply elegant styling of the Ibanez Gio GRGA32—an affordable workhorse guitar.
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Reviewed by 6 customers
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No complaints, only thing a buyer might not like is the strings close to the frets, but that is easily adjustable to the players liking. I never played them so low, but now I actually like it like that so i have just to adjust it.
I am not a professional, especially at judging pickups, but compared to my other cheap guitars (Eppiphone SG) these are better pick ups, especially for the price. I have been playing 5 yearold busted guitars, and this is my first new one for a long time so the sound quality is much better. It sounds very good clean.
Sounds great clean, no humming, or ringing of strings.
Not only a beggining guitar, I bought it to hold me over for purchacing a more expensive guitar, and in my oppinion it is worth double the price it is selling for.
the ibanez gio is great.there's a great finish good pickup's.
there's agreat finish on the guitar.
it's a great value.
This is a decent guitar for beginners, but for the long term I would recommend saving up for something better.
This guitar came with great pickups with a style all their own. I got a great warm tone from the guitar and the body was sleek from the glossy paint to the easy-to-use knobs. The trem was great, but you will need to buy additional springs if you're going to raise the gauge of the strings, which I think are .09 stock.
I bought this guitar only a few years ago and took it into guitar center yesterday needing a neck reset. The technician pulled it apart to find that the neck had begun cracking and the body had been worn down where the neck sits. It would cost as much to replace as I had originally paid for the guitar. Other than it's short life span, this guitar played as well as my Strat, if not better.
For the amount of time I had with the guitar, I wouldn't spend the money again on it if there is a chance of having the same issue.
Overall the guitar is sick. I recommend it to anyone who plays metal or any heavy form of rock. With distortion on, the guitar is savage but on clean the guitar tends to be buzzy at certian points. It is amazing for its price and the design is nice. Also the pickups are the best for its price in the end BUY IT. One of the best for its price.
Ibanez does so many things right. This Simple guitar is proof.They concentrate their engineering on the neck, which is strong, stable and comfortable. They choose pickups that can accommodate a wide range of styles. They exclude the unnecessary "whammy-Bar" that unmusical copy-cat flash-hounds must have as their crutch. Instead, this design focuses on fundamentals. The pickups are powerful enough to drive any decent preamp, yet they have enough high-frequency response to cut through any mix. Simple, 3-position switch does everything a real musician needs.The volume knob is conveniently located where it SHOULD be.These Ibanez necks are FAR FAR superior to ANY "traditional" neck, because they use LAMINATED CONSTRUCTION and nearly QUARTERSAWN Maple. Even if you are completely ignorant of wood-science, engineering principles or fundamental laws of physics, you will IMMEDIATELY FEEL the strength and stability of these necks. It is IMPOSSIBLE to make accurate adjustments of ANY neck UNLESS that neck can remain stable. So, no matter what type of strings you use or action you prefer, a LAMINATED QUARTERSAWN neck is the best use of xylo-material.If you need more bass response, get a bigger speaker cabinet.If you crave more high-end "twang" install higher-ohmage pots.If you need pretty exotic woods and a jaggoff-bar for your testosterone-confused "expression" look elsewhere.
its affordable and not a bad guitar sounds great and squeels great easy to play only problem i found was i had to adjust the bridge the action was a little to high but its a allen key bridge so should not be a problem overall all good guitar sounds good easy to play specially metal owya seems to have a little bit of a hard time staying in drop tunings like c and d