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Ibanez GS121 Electric Guitar
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Over the years, the S series has established itself as an iconic model in the Ibanez line. Known for its smooth, streamlined body and thin maple neck...Click To Read More About This Product
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Smooth-looking guitar that produces smooth-sounding tone.
Over the years, the S series has established itself as an iconic model in the Ibanez line. Known for its smooth, streamlined body and thin maple neck, the S series guitar is the perfect blend of artistic design and function. The GS121 now brings those features, along with an uncomplicated fixed bridge, within reach of just about any players. The basswood body is finished in a no-nonsense high-gloss and the maple neck features a rosewood fingerboard with pearl dot inlays. Electronics include two high-output Std. H humbucker pickups with a 3-way selector switch for tonal variations.
Smooth, streamlined body
Basswood body with high-gloss finish
Thin maple neck with rosewood fingerboard
Uncomplicated fixed bridge
Pearl dot inlays
2 high-output standard humbuckers
3-way selector switch
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Comments about Ibanez GS121 Electric Guitar:
Ibanez Black Knight-
Looks like a keeper! Good solid guitar for the money. The 'S' type body is very comfortable and the neck plays nice with low action and no buzzing. The guitar is a nice medium weight; not too heavy, not too light. I wanted a hard tail cuz I'm tired of fooling with whammys and this one is solid and the strings feed thru the back. The controls are very simple which I like since I typically only use the volume control on stage. The pickups have good output. A cord was included with the guitar which is a nice touch.
One big complaint- I had to use a fine metal file to remove sharp edges from the ends of all the frets on both sides of the neck as they were cutting my fingers! The factory should be told that this is a bad problem, though I might have gotten the one bad sample in the batch. Watch out! Luckily this was easy to fix myself. Still I would recommend this instrument especially to beginners because of the low price and playability. Looks real good too! Take my word- I'm an old geezer and I've played them all. Chances are I will rock on this one for a year or so and then start going up the ladder again to the fancy models. Of course, I will only buy from Musician's Friend!