GRG140-WH (White) Ibanez - Electric Guitar The GRG140 is an RG series solid body electric guitar model introduced by Ibanez in 2012. It is part of the entry-level GIO line which is produced in Indonesia.The GRG140 features a non-lockin...
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Ibanez - Electric Guitar
The GRG140 is an RG series solid body electric guitar model introduced by Ibanez in 2012. It is part of the entry-level GIO line which is produced in Indonesia.
The GRG140 features a non-locking synchronized tremolo bridge and Ibanez pickups in an HSS configuration. The parts specifications where significantly changed in 2013 and again in 2015.
In mid-2017 a new fretboard material, treated New Zealand pine, replaced rosewood. For 2019 the T102 tremolo replaced the FAT-10 and the body was made of poplar. For 2020 the fretboard was changed to purpleheart.
The T102 bridge with 10.5mm string spacing allows easier picking across strings.
The Maple neck provides stability and bright tonal character.
Mono-unit output jack
The mono-unit output jack is made of solid, durable material and is a single piece to avoid unwanted movement and loosening of the jack, which leads to contact failure or disconnection. This innovation allows for long term playing enjoyment and minimal maintenance.
|Neck type:||GRG / Maple neck|
|Top/Back/Body:||Poplar body (SB finish: Okoume body)|
|Fretboard:||Bound Purpleheart fretboard / White dot inlay|
|Number of Fret:||24|
|Bridge:||T102 tremolo bridge|
|Neck Pickup:||Infinity RS (S) neck pickup/Passive/Ceramic|
|middle Pickup:||Infinity RS (S) middle pickup/Passive/Ceramic|
|Bridge Pickup:||Infinity R (H) bridge pickup/Passive/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, the neck pickup and the center pickup are selected. When the switch is in center position, center pickup is selected. When the switch is in between the center and bridge position, center pickup and the neck side of the bridge pickup are selected. When the switch is in bridge position, the 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.