Ibanez GS121 Gio Electric Guitar

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    MSRP: $357.13
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    Product Description

    The Ibanez GS121 Gio Electric Guitar is part of the cutting edge S-series from Ibanez, offering incredible feel, looks and tone at a superb price! Its signature sculpted body made of poplar is stronger and more musically responsive than guitars weighing twice as much. The ultra comfortable GS Maple neck gives the GS121 Gio guitar great playability and a fast feel.

    Product Specifications
    Ibanez GS121 Gio Electric Guitar Specifications
    • Neck type: GS Maple neck
    • Body: Poplar body
    • Fingerboard: Rosewood fretboard w/White dot inlay
    • Fret: Jumbo frets
    • Bridge: Fixed bridge
    • Neck Pickup: Std. (H) neck pu
    • Bridge Pickup: Std. (H) bridge pu
    • Hardware Color: Chrome
    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  215-638-8670 Warranty:  Electric Guitars & Basses: 1 Year.
    Acoustic Guitars: Limited Lifetime (1 year on electronics & tuners).
    Amplifiers: 5 Years (1 year on speakers)
    Pedals: 5 Years
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    The Ibanez GS121 needed a basic setup before I could play it. The neck had a severe back-bow, and all six strings were fretting out at the first fret. All it took was a quarter turn to loosen the truss rod nut enough to straighten the neck, and I could tune and play the guitar. In addition most of the tuner machine nuts were loose, barely finger tight, so I tightened them, along with making sure all the screws were snugged down. I was disappointed that the guitar arrived in the condition it did. I know the GS121 isn't a top of the line Ibanez model, but it lists for $350, and a buyer shouldn't have to invest another $40 in a setup just to be able to play the thing. I could do those minor adjustments myself, as could most people - Ibanez includes wrenches for the truss rod nut, and saddle adjustment screws. But you also have to have some idea of what needs done, or you could make things even worse. After those adjustments and tightenings, the GS121 seemed fine.
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