The Ibanez GRX20Z electric guitar features the same playability, warranty, and set-up as more expensive Ibanez instruments, but at a more affordable price.
It features a Poplar wood body, Infinity R pickups, a 5-position pickup selector switch, and one volume and tone control. The maple neck with medium frets is attached securely to the body using four bolts.
The GRX20Z is akin to the Ibanez RG series, which traces its history back to 1987, with the introduction of the Ibanez RG550. It was a popular guitar then, and still is a much sought-after instrument from that era.
RG stands for Roadstar Guitar, and it didn't take long for the RG to become one of the most popular electric guitars Ibanez produced. Guitarists from different playing styles were attracted to it, but the metal players were the most dominant group of users.
Andy's Music has a long history with Ibanez guitars, dating back to 1975. We were there from the beginning, and remember well the excitement of local players about the popular models then: the 2618 Artist, the Black Eagle bass, and an all-time favorite, the Korina wood Flying V. When you're ready for an Ibanez guitar, be sure to check with Andy's - we know Ibanez guitars!
Ibanez GRX20Z Specs
- GRX Maple neck
- Poplar body
- Jatoba fretboard with white dot inlays
- 22 Medium frets
- T106 tremolo bridge
- Infinity R (H) neck pickup (Passive/Ceramic)
- Infinity R (H) bridge pickup (Passive/Ceramic)
- 1 volume, 1 tone control, 5-way pickup switch
- Die-cast tuners
- Chrome hardware