This is my first guitar and I love it. If I thought this was a crappy starter's guitar I would've gotten rid of it by now. After all this time, I still don't have the guts to look for another guitar.
Model Year: 2002
Price: $209.99 (new)
Where Obtained: Pro Music And Sound
A beginner's guitar well-suited for pro quality. Slick body. This guitar looks more expensive than it really is. Other beginner guitars are embarrassing to have on stage and such.
Great action. Great Playability.
The stock pickups aren't as bad as I thought they were. Me and my marshall have lots of fun with the tone of my guitar.
Everything is good except the strings and tremolo. Don't use the tremolo bridge. The strings get tough after a little while and start snapping. It gets annoying sometimes. All is relieved if you just change your strings every once in a while.
I looked at several other Ibanez, Gibson, Epiphone and ESP guitars, but this one caught my eye. I've always liked the S-series, and this is an introductory guitar with a good price.
Model Year: 2003
Price: $210.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Musiciansfriend.com
A great, beautiful jewel blue Ibanez with contour design. Has great body, feel and sound to it. Definitely a recommendation for any beginning or advanced guitarist. My only problem is that it doesn't have a double-locking tremolo, it has a standard. If it did, this would be the ultimate Ibanez.
This guitar is as fun to look at as it is to play. Compared to other guitars, this one feels much more comfortable as you play it.
I've used a Marshall stack with the GSA60 before and it sounds sweet. It's well suited for soft, clean playing or loud distortion. I usually love to play Satriani and Vai styles on this guitar, but it fits well with any rock or metal styles, too.
It must be tuned often, and that can be a pain. Using good strings could help, I still have factory ones on it, so that could be the only problem. If the tuning problem could be fixed, you could go for hours live with this thing.
I looked at some Epiphone les paul models, which I
liked very much too, and some other ibanez stuff. I
choose this one because of the different sounds you
can make with the different stands. And because he
just played so fine. And of course for the price, for
such a price such a good guitar!!!
Model Year: 1999
Where Obtained: Musicall in (Noordwijk, Holland)
It's made in Indonesia, 6 strings, 22 frets, 1 volume
controll, 1 tone. The switch has 5 stands.
The action is perfect, you can play real quick on it,
the only thing I don't like is the tremelo, that thing is
really annoying so I don't use it at all, but that doesn't
It's a nice sound, I fell in love with it the first time I
played on it, so nice, so warm. You can play
Hardrock on it, Funk, normal rock, blues. Because of
the 5 different stands for the switch, U can have very
I am giving this a five because it is a great guitar for the price. It is the best low end guitar I have played.
Model Year: 1999
Where Obtained: Music123.com
Made in Indonesia. Agitis body. Maple neck with Rosewood fretboard. 22 medium frets. One volume nob and one tone nob. 5 way selector. H-S-S configuration.
Action came a bit high when I bought it, but I lowered it and it plays great. Very nice neck for quick playing. One of the best low end guitars I have played. My only gripe is the trem kinda sucks, as most low end trems do. I don't even bother using it.