Ibanez PGMM31-WH Paul Gilbert Sign.

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Electric Guitar

  • Body: Poplar
  • Neck: Maple
  • Fretboard: Maple
  • Neck profile: PGMM
  • Black fretboard inlays
  • Scale: 564 mm
  • Nut width: 41 mm
  • 24 Medium frets
  • Fixed bridge
  • Pickup: Infinity R (neck) and Infinity R (bridge) humbuckers
  • 1 Volume control
  • 5-Way toggle switch
  • Black hardware
  • Colour: White
Colour White
Body Poplar
Top Poplar
Neck Maple
Fretboard Maple
Frets 24
Scale 564 mm
Pickups HH
Tremolo None
incl. Bag No
incl. Case No
available since January 2017
Item number 406186
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Pickup System HH
B-Stock from 169 € available
198 €
Including VAT; Excluding 19,90 € shipping
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Standard Delivery Times
Delivery approx. between Wednesday, 26.01. and Thursday, 27.01.
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Big surprise
Paul Barry 30.01.2021
When I first ordered this guitar I didn't realize it was a micro guitar ,it's not much much of a micro just a slightly shorter scale length ,but wow when I picked it up it was amazing ,effortless string bends ,fantastic tension ,so much fun ,it's light ,fast and the maple neck has great bite ,I can see why Paul Gilbert uses this model on stage live ,I could not flaw the pickups great harmonics and well suited to so many playing styles ,a fantastic guitar for All age groups ,love it
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Few strange things but one awesome guitar to have.
Anonymous 09.03.2017
Cons:
- Tuners go out of tune on basic bends.
- The bridge intonation is ridiculously weird. It feels like the whole bridge should have been drilled 1/2 cm further. I had to remove some springs to move the saddles far enough.
- Here and there some strange things - like a strange gap between the neck and the body. The volume knob is real hard to turn. It touches the body! Why?! Oh China... Yet everything works ^-^

Pros:
- The cons above are all solvable. I mean the guitar is built well (straight neck, paint job is awesome) it is possible to put some money and time to make it really good.
- Beautiful.
- Sounds really good.

Conclusion:
- Worth the money, really fun to play a small scale Ibanez.
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Greatness let down by pickups
Extreme 15.12.2021
Guitar is BEAUTIFUL! Zero finish flaws. It plays a bit different than full size guitars. You have to have a light touch on the strings, or it plays a little out of tune. Once you adjust, it plays fast and fun.
The only downside, is the pickups sound pretty bad. Clean? Bad. Distortion? Bad. Pickup change and this thing is super unique, gorgeous and a player....for cheap
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This is the funniest guitar to play
DanKovt 09.04.2021
Yesterday I've received this guitar and was so pleased with playing on it. Because of short next and light body it so cool to play, I believe that this is the cutest guitar ever made. Of course there are a lot of cons: tuners are not so sensitive, neck is not so comfortable to play, because it's made of the cheapest wood, I guess, staining frets and pickups aren't fixed enough. However, this is really cheap guitar, so I haven't expected more, it's good for this price, body is so cool looking and cool head with the bridge. I'm sure that this guitar can turn from 'fun to play' to just great with the small modifications.

To sum up there are list of pros and cons:

Pros:
- it gives you satisfaction and pure fun during the playing
- cool looking
- lights weight and short scale makes it really comfortable

Cons:
- cheap neck materials
- frets need to be polished more
- bad tuners and pickups
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