GRG line is dedicated to the production of budget-friendly RG models. It offers a wide range of solid, doublecut guitars with 24-fret fingerboards, three-pickup setups and locking trem bridges. PSND pickups are installed in H/S/H pattern, which is a standard in both the RG and GRG series. Pickups are passive and are controlled with master volume, master tone and a five-position blade switch. Edge bridge is paired with a locking nut, placed on the opposite side of the 25-1/2" scale. Below the bridge Ibanez makes a solid, double-cut body made of standard basswood. Body`s flat and has no binding. It`s paired with a bolt-on maple neck with GRG contour. Neck is topped with a 24-fret fingerboard made of rosewood.
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hi can i say firstly this product analyses is wrong it has 24 frets a ibanez edge 3 trem not a floyd and mat black finish not glossy
i have this guitar for a year and i play guitar 7 years now,all of my guitars are frome ibanez but there is one i like the best that is the grg250dx bkf the neck i thin and you can do a lot of speed play and the sound is ok for the money you pay,its a havy guitar made of bass wood (body)
Ibanez GRG250DX 4.47 out of 5 based on 2 ratings
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