Ibanez GRGM21WH MiKro 3/4 Electric Guitar, White

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This little Mikro puts out sound way beyond its size, which is why, in just a few short years, it's become one of the most popular guitars in the history of Ibanez. Perfect for young rockers on the way up or seasoned road warriors on the tour bus. The mighty Mikro series sports vibrant colors, and maple fretboards inspired by the classic 1987 “Ibanez Rebirth” RGs.

The GRGM21 has the same high-output Powersound pickups, the same construction, materials, set-up and inspection as the RGRM21. It's just shorter, with a 22.2 in. scale neck instead of 25.5 in. and a slight bit smaller construction.

  • Model: GRGM21WH
  • Color: White
  • Neck Type: GRGM Neck / Maple
  • Top/Back/Body: Poplar Body
  • Fretboard: Treated New Zealand Pine / Sharktooth Inlay
  • Fret: Medium Frets
  • Bridge: Ibanez F106 Bridge
  • Neck Pickup: Infinity R (H) Neck Pickup Passive/Ceramic
  • Bridge Pickup: Infinity R (H) Bridge Pickup Passive/Ceramic
  • Hardware Color: Chrome
  • Hard Shell Case Included

Product Specs

Listeda month ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
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