The GRG121DX sports a hardtail bridge that gives you maximum tuning stability, a fast-action maple neck with a flatter-than-Kansas bound New Zealand pine fingerboard, and 24 jumbo frets for the kind of effortless shredding that put Ibanez on the metal map. Cool sharktooth inlays top off the package. You get a whole lot of guitar for the money with the Ibanez GIO GRG121DX!
The Ibanez GIO GRG121DX's two powerful ceramic-magnet humbucking pickups give you high output without muddiness. Take it from the guitarists at Sweetwater - the GRG121DX is ready for any style you need, from clean, warm ballads to face-melting metal and beyond.
A guitar is only as playable as its neck. Good thing the Ibanez GIO GRG121DX has a smooth and fast-playing maple neck. This comfortable neck is capped by a bound New Zealand pine fingerboard with a super-flat 15.75" radius and 24 jumbo frets, giving you the agility to execute fast single-note runs with ease.
Divebombs can be fun, but many guitarists prefer the absolute stability of a hardtail bridge - legions of ace guitarists won't go anywhere near a whammy bar. If you're in this camp, then the Ibanez GIO GRG121DX is your kind of axe. The GRG121DX's fixed bridge anchors the strings, giving you a rock-solid platform for your music.
- Comfortable contoured mahogany body
- Fast-action maple neck
- New Zealand pine fingerboard with jumbo frets and sharktooth inlays
- 2 powerful ceramic-magnet humbucking pickups
- Hardtail bridge/tailpiece for maximum tuning stability