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Ibanez GRX20Z Electric Guitar
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The Ibanez GRX20Z electric guitar has a lightweight basswood body, a rosewood fretboard dressed with dot inlays, and chrome hardware. The maple neck ...Read More
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An affordable guitar that has all the essentials.
The Ibanez GRX20Z electric guitar has a lightweight basswood body, a rosewood fretboard dressed with dot inlays, and chrome hardware. The maple neck has a fast GRX "U" shaped profile. The high-output Powersound PSND humbucking pickups have enhanced harmonics and supply all the great tones you need. The guitar's FAT 6 tremolo bridge from Gibraltar lets you have tons of dive bombing fun.
- Body: Basswood
- Neck Material: Maple
- Neck Type: Bolt-on GRX, "U" shape
- Neck radius: 15.75"
- Nut Width: 1.69"
- Frets: 22 medium frets
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- Inlay: Dot inlays
- Bridge: FAT 6 tremolo
- Neck pickup: Ibanez PSND1
- Bridge pickup: Ibanez PSND2
- Switch: 3-way
- Controls: Master volume and tone knobs
- Tuners: Die-cast
- Hardware: Chrome
GRX20Z Electric Guitar
- Neck dimensions:
- Scale/Length: 25.5" (648mm)
- Width at Nut: 1.65" (42mm)
- Width Last Fret: 2.20" (56mm)
- Thickness 1st Fret: 0.80" (20.5mm)
- Thickness 12th Fret: 0.90" (23mm)
- Radius: 15.74" (400mm)
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I went shopping for a new electric guitar with a slender neck because I have short fingers and carpel tunnel. I found an amazing Fender Stratocaster, but it was a little out of my price range. The salesman showed me this and I was blown away by how fast the fretboard is for such an economically priced guitar. The neck is thin enough that I can still play it for awhile before my hand starts to bother me. I play this through a Peavey Trailblazer my parents bought me when I was in college 8 years ago and it sounds amazing. This guitar is priced low enough that beginners can afford to get a good guitar for their first guitar (this is my fourth electric in 13 years). Guitarists of all skill levels should find some enjoyment out of this guitar.
This is Tim Reynolds and i love this guitar.
Well... this was my first guitar ever and thanks to it im doing what i do now. when i first started out i had no problem with the pick ups and they would let me go through different styles no problem. I know its said not to change the pick ups on it because of the value of the guitar and all.. but once i started getting pickier about my sound i decide to change them to some EMG's 81 on the bridge... AND WOOOW!!! you get it. In other words I LOVE this guitar in every way possible and sounds i still like to pick her up and show her a good time every now and then. IF YOU ARE STARTING OUT, TRUST ME. YOU WANT THIS! best value and quality for the price.
I bought this guitar so I wouldn't have to deal with tuning back and forth from Eb tuning. It was ready to go right out of the box. This guitar is great for anything from Clapton to Iron Maiden. The pickups give great gain response, and that combined with the super-fast neck and fretboard make this guitar absolutely great for soloing.
Just got this guitar today. It needed the trem springs and height adjusted. Was intonated well. Surprised at how well this guitar sounds. The notes ring well like a Kenny Wayne Shepard cd I was listening to at the time. Surprised this guitar sounds so well for a blues guitar but could be used for lots of styles of music. Versatile sound. The neck is one piece. No scarf joint. The headstock seemed small. Not sure why the trem screws have a seperation in the middle but it seems o.k. Sometimes the trem plate slips down when played aggressively. I only use the trem for subtle accents so it should be fine. This guitar needed the output jack tightened but seems o.k. now. This is a great guitar in my opinion. I have two other expensive Ibanez's and I can say this sounds as though it can hold it's own with anything if used properly. Often effects do not go well with certain pickups and I adjusted things and the pickups ring really nice. The neck pickup is alot more reserved but the bridge pickup really has a nice sound. I agree with another post about not changing the pickups on this because it is a low cost guitar but I have to try some other pickups on this just to see how it will sound. I really like this axe and recommend it as an alternative to others similar in cost. I do not want to compare this to others. I do believe the keys could hold better but that is the only thing I can criticize. I believe some new keys would help but other than that this guitar is great. It looks great, sounds great and I am really surprised at the low cost and quality. Good craftsmanship, very surprised.
i recently purchased this guitar,and i love it.the action is perfect and the pickups sound really nice,and the pictures on here dont do the guitar any justice.the maple neck is amazing and slim.the only thing i dislike is that the input jack is on the bottom of the body of the guitar and it would be easier if it was around the front.but this purchase was worth every penny
Alright so I've been playing guitar for about 5 years now... when i got this guitar it was my 1st electric ever and you know i figured it was going to be great... It has some minor flaws though. 1st of all the guitar comes with a tremolo bar and a small 5 ft. cable. When I first got it... I found that the bridge was tilted inside... which may or may not have been Ibanez' fault but i couldn't get the tremolo bar inside... so then i come to the cable, after about a month of use... the cable will start to make buzzing noised in your amp + your guitar will not always make sound through it so that's a flaw... So the Humbuckers are great although they produce alot of feedback some times so depending on what you like that may or may not be a good thing for you. And last but not least... the jack, i personally have no problem with it although about 5 months after i bought it the cable just fell out... i had to wrap it around the guitar so it would stay in but after i took it apart i found that the solution was very simple and i fixed it... although those who have this problem might want to consult a professional if you don't know what your doing... well other than that it's great.