GRG121SP-BMC (Blue Metal Chameleon) Ibanez - Electric Guitar Solidbody Electric Guitar with Poplar Body, Maple Neck, Jatoba Fingerboard, and 2 Humbucking Pickups - Blue Metal Chameleon Crafted for high-octane rockers, the Ibanez GIO...
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GRG121SP-BMC (Blue Metal Chameleon)
Ibanez - Electric Guitar Solidbody Electric Guitar with Poplar Body, Maple Neck, Jatoba Fingerboard, and 2 Humbucking Pickups - Blue Metal Chameleon
Crafted for high-octane rockers, the Ibanez GIO GRG121SP solidbody electric guitar features a comfortably contoured poplar body and two Classic Elite humbucking pickups that exhibit both bark and bite. For maximum tuning stability, the GRG121SP sports an F106 hardtail bridge. A zippy, roasted maple neck with a fast-action jatoba fingerboard and 24 medium frets provides the kind of effortless shredding that put Ibanez on the metal map.
Classic Elite pickups
Classic Elite pickups offer rich, nuanced tone with fat low-end.
The F106 bridge enriches sustain. String height adjustment can be done easily and independently.
Mono-unit output jack
|Neck type:||GRG / Roasted Maple neck|
|Fretboard:||Jatoba fretboard / White dot inlay|
|Number of Fret:||24|
|Neck Pickup:||Classic Elite (H) neck pickupPassive/Ceramic|
|Bridge Pickup:||Classic Elite (H) bridge pickupPassive/Ceramic|
|a: Width:||43mm at NUT|
|b: Width:||58mm at 24F|
|c: Thickness:||19.5mm at 1F|
|d: Thickness:||21.5mm at 12F|
|Guitar Neck Diagram|
|a: Width of the neck at the nut|
|b: Width of the neck at the first fret|
|c: Thickness of the neck at the first fret|
|d: Thickness of the neck at the twelfth fret|
|Radius: Radius of the fingerboard|
When the pickup selector switch is in neck position, the neck pickup is selected. When the switch is in between neck and center position, bridge side of the neck pickup is selected. When the switch is in center position, both neck and bridge pickup s are selected. When the switch is in between center and bridge position, the bridge side of the neck pickup and the bridge side of the bridge pickup are selected. When the switch is in bridge position, bridge pickup is selected.
With the guitar held in the playing position, there is one knob and one switch along the lower edge of the body. Closest to the neck is the five-way pickup selector switch. Closer to the input jack is the tone knob. The volume knob is located right above the five-way pickup selector switch.