Ibanez GIO Series Electric Guitars

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Music belongs to everybody, and no one can put a price on creativity - so even if you're sticking to a budget, you deserve a guitar that's built to perform and help you achieve your musical dreams. And that's what Ibanez GIO Series electric guitars are all about. When it comes to getting maximum bang for your buck, these instruments are second to none: they'll outperform just about any guitar within their price range, and even some higher-priced competition as well. Whether you're a beginner looking for an affordable way to kick off your career or hobby, or a gigging pro needing an economical daily driver, the GIO Series is ready to accommodate.

Choosing the best fit for your preferences is no sweat, either - just think about what makes your ideal guitar, and find the GIO Series model that fits. For instance, if you like a smaller-scale instrument, check out the Ibanez GRGM21M miKro Electric Guitar. Are you a classic rocker? Then the GART60 and GS221 Electric Guitars are definitely worth a look. For those who play hard and loud, the GRG120BDX is a top choice (and also available in a left-handed version for the southpaws out there). And of course, no Ibanez lineup would be complete without something in the extended-range category, which in this case is the GRG7321EX 7-String Electric Guitar.

No matter which of the Ibanez GIO Series electric guitars appeals to you, the bottom line is that you can count on an impressive instrument without breaking the bank. They play great, look great and sound great - and Ibanez puts the GIO Series through all the same inspection and set-up steps as their pricier models (they get the same warranty coverage too). Being easier to afford is basically just the icing on the cake that is the GIO Series, which means that if you've been itching for the perfect starter, backup or "beater" guitar, they've got you covered.