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Ibanez 6 String Solid-Body Electric Guitar, Right Handed (GRGM21MJB)

Color:Jewel Blue No toy-by any stretch of the imagination-the Ibanez miKro is conforms to the same high standards as all of our GIO series guitars. The GRGM21M features the same high-output Infinity R pickups, the same construction, same materials,...

Reviews by Features

Quality

(4 reviews)
Neck

(6 reviews)
Sound

(3 reviews)
Mikro

(3 reviews)
Stock pickup

(2 reviews)
Tuner

(2 reviews)
Travel

(2 reviews)
Lose

(1 reviews)
Upgrade

(2 reviews)
Fit

(1 reviews)
Scale

(6 reviews)
Feel

(3 reviews)

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Reviews around quality (5.00 of 5)

  • Just came in today and I absolutely love it, great build quality
  • If you want a good kids beginner/first guitar or a good travel knock around guitar get this a good buy for the money and the quality is really good
  • so like this smaller scale, easier on my fret hand, nice neck (reminiscent of the wizard neck on the RG), great quality manufacturing

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Reviews around neck (5.00 of 5)

  • Mine had a fantastic neck, which is the single most important part
  • The strings are nice and easy to depress, the neck and frets are very comfortable, and the tuners are actually pretty sturdy
  • After re-stringing the guitar you will need to tighten the truss rod slightly to straighten the neck
  • so like this smaller scale, easier on my fret hand, nice neck (reminiscent of the wizard neck on the RG), great quality manufacturing
  • The neck is smooth, the frets are even and the stock pickups actually sound pretty decent
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Reviews around sound (5.00 of 5)

  • So I bought a Squier Mini Strat instead which does not appear to be as well constructed as the Mikro but at least clean chords sound pretty good.
  • It produces a great sound though (in my
  • But I have a full sized Fender and this mini electric, and the sound of the Fender is far superior

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Reviews around mikro (5.00 of 5)

  • This is where the Mikro is great
  • I didn't really like the look of a strat while the Laguna didn't feel as well-built as the Mikro
  • So I bought a Squier Mini Strat instead which does not appear to be as well constructed as the Mikro but at least clean chords sound pretty good.

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Reviews around stock pickup (5.00 of 5)

  • The stock pickups work, but they are sterile sounding
  • The neck is smooth, the frets are even and the stock pickups actually sound pretty decent

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Reviews around tuner (5.00 of 5)

  • The strings are nice and easy to depress, the neck and frets are very comfortable, and the tuners are actually pretty sturdy
  • I've gotten very inexpensive guitars before but none comes this close to being so out of tune that not even great tuner pedals can help

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Reviews around travel (5.00 of 5)

  • Awesome travel guitar
  • If you want a good kids beginner/first guitar or a good travel knock around guitar get this a good buy for the money and the quality is really good

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Reviews around lose (5.00 of 5)

  • I loved my lost Ibanez RG full sized guitar

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Reviews around upgrade (5.00 of 5)

  • Shes been playing for 2 1/2 years and it was a great upgrade to her last one.
  • great upgrade to his last one.

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Reviews around fit (5.00 of 5)

  • It's a perfect fit for me and after played great after a professional set-up

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Reviews around scale (4.03 of 5)

  • I purchased it for the neck as I needed the smaller scale 22.5" neck but 24 frets
  • That said, if you're willing to dump another 100 bucks in to it, you've got yourself one of the best 3/4 scale shredders on the market
  • so like this smaller scale, easier on my fret hand, nice neck (reminiscent of the wizard neck on the RG), great quality manufacturing
  • I am an adult player with smaller hands and find these 3/4 scale guitars more comfortable and fun to play
  • The smaller scale is much more comfortable to him vs a full scale guitar
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Reviews around feel (3.22 of 5)

  • so this is an easy fast feel.
  • They are pretty nice as they come but a light polish will definitely improve the feel and playability.2) Set up the truss rod, action and intonation
  • It is a strange feeling spending $250 on upgrades for a $150 guitar, but if like me, you find this 3/4 scale to be your baby, it's soo worth it

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More about Ibanez 6 String Solid-Body Electric Guitar, Right Handed (GRGM21MJB)

  • Color:Jewel Blue No toy-by any stretch of the imagination-the Ibanez miKro is conforms to the same high standards as all of our GIO series guitars
  • The GRGM21M features the same high-output Infinity R pickups, the same construction, same materials, same set-up and same inspection
  • In fact, the only difference is its shorter 22.2-inch scale neck-something that makes it perfect for tour buses, songwriting, running scales while downloading and, of course, for young rockers and beginners.