GRGA32T Electric Guitar  

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The Ibanez GRGA32T electric guitar is appointed with a comfortable carved-top double-cutaway mahogany body. Its bolt-on maple neck with U-shaped profile makes for fast and effortless playing. The guit... Read More

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Overview

The Ibanez GRGA32T electric guitar is appointed with a comfortable carved-top double-cutaway mahogany body. Its bolt-on maple neck with U-shaped profile makes for fast and effortless playing. The guitar's rosewood fretboard is dressed with 24 medium frets and dot inlays.

Ibanez loads the GRFA32T with Dual STDH humbucking pickups that are suited for aggressive metal styles. The GRGA32T is Ibanez's most affordable guitar to boast a double-locking tremolo bridge. Black hardware adds to the simply elegant styling of this affordable Ibanez workhorse guitar.

Edge III tremolo
The Ibanez Edge III tremolo has lower profile tuners for better palm comfort. It provides strength and extraordinary tuning stability even under the most demanding playing conditions. The diabolical, double-locking Edge III bridge can take some of the most radical tremolo effects you can dish out, as well as offering total tuning stability.

Features
  • Gio RGA model
  • solidbody double-cutaway
  • mahogany body with a carved top
  • Bolt-on maple neck
  • 25-1/2" scale
  • U-shaped neck profile
  • 1.69" nut width
  • 24 medium frets
  • Rosewood fretboard
  • 15.75" fretboard radius
  • Original design Edge III low-profile double locking tremolo
  • STDH2 bridge humbucker
  • STDH1 neck humbucker
  • One volume, one tone
  • 3-way blade pickup selector
  • Die-cast locking tuners
  • Black Hardware
Specifications
  • Neck Dimensions:
    Scale/Length: 24.75"/628mm
    Fretboard Radius: 12"/305mm
    Width at Nut: 1.69"/43mm
    Width Last Fret: 2.24 "/57mm
    Thickness 1st Fret: 0.78"/20mm
    Thickness 12th Fret: 0.8
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4.3

(based on 13 reviews)

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Better than expected

This guitar is amazing. It takes some time to tune, but once you've mastered the tuning and all the strings sound exactly as they should - the sound and tone is simply amazing!...Read complete review

This guitar is amazing. It takes some time to tune, but once you've mastered the tuning and all the strings sound exactly as they should - the sound and tone is simply amazing! No matter what fret you're on the notes are consistent and precise. This is a really, really good guitar...oh yeah, the looks - simply astonishing =]

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not a good trem and bad hardware

i was thinking that this could be a great guitar because it has a floyd and 24 medium frets but when i was taking a look ay the guitar i saw that the tremolo system...Read complete review

i was thinking that this could be a great guitar because it has a floyd and 24 medium frets but when i was taking a look ay the guitar i saw that the tremolo system was totally detuned, it took me 1 hour to tune it back to normal, and then the volume pot was producing a horrible noise, when i switch to the neck position pickups it was something terrible the pickups was not sounding because there were a problem with the selector switch but it was to easy to repair but the trem was a very big problem it goes out of tune to easy and is so hard to tune it and now i don't use the trem for nothing because it is terrible for dive bombs, the rest of the guitar was great :) the neck was great for a cheap guitar, i think that is a good guitar for learning but is not good for playing live, now this is my practice guitar and i'm happy whit it, im going to fix the gridge and use the fine tuners for a better performance

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(0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

not a good trem and bad hardware

By federico garcia

from houston

i was thinking that this could be a great guitar because it has a floyd and 24 medium frets but when i was taking a look ay the guitar i saw that the tremolo system was totally detuned, it took me 1 hour to tune it back to normal, and then the volume pot was producing a horrible noise, when i switch to the neck position pickups it was something terrible the pickups was not sounding because there were a problem with the selector switch but it was to easy to repair but the trem was a very big problem it goes out of tune to easy and is so hard to tune it and now i don't use the trem for nothing because it is terrible for dive bombs, the rest of the guitar was great :) the neck was great for a cheap guitar, i think that is a good guitar for learning but is not good for playing live, now this is my practice guitar and i'm happy whit it, im going to fix the gridge and use the fine tuners for a better performance

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

This is it!

By Rob Ebersole

from California, Modesto

....YOU are not going to find another guitar as versatile or reliable as this for the price offered!! I have NO regrets to buying this guitar whatsoever.. It fulfills all my needs. The double-locking tremolo bridge is GREAT! After tuning and the strings settle, I rarely EVER have to make adjustments. It also has clear deep tones. I've had this guitar for over a year and have no problems with it.(granted, I take care of it). I wouldn't trade this baby for ANY guitar of the same price! I'm so pleased that I just had to make a review! I would recommend this guitar for 'intermediate' guitarists. It's great to learn on, and allows for a LOT of expansion as you get better.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Nice Axe

By William Wilson

from Port Hueneme, Ca.

When I picked up this guitar at my local GC(after picking up a few others) I found I liked the basic feel. I plugged it into one of the amps they had there, and I got right back into playing; after years of neglecting my music-playing hobby, it felt like I haven't stopped at all (minus the stinging fingers....). I played that axe until the store was closing. I bought it as I went out the door. For a "lower-end" guitar, it felt more like ones that cost $500 plus. The fretboard action was smooth and high-speed. The pickups were clean but delivered a power sound that grabbed you hard. The tremolo was top-quality and it didn't pull the guitar out of tune like a few of my other ones of old. I found that tuning it was a little bit tricky, but once you tuned it, the guitar stayed tuned for a long time. I am glad of my purchase. For people who want a guitar that's at least one step above entry-level but not one that will break your bank, this is a good option.

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(7 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

OMG!!!!!

By Jay Diamond

from San Francisco, CA

this guitar is the best, its good for any kind of guitar player. I bought this guitar a while back and im so glad i bought it. its very good in staying in tune. I like playin death metal, and this guitar has a nice tone of metal. I recommend people to buy this guitar!!!!!!!! I LOVE IT!!!! AAAAHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!! (R.I.P. James "The Rev" Sullivan)

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(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Killer Guitar on a budget.

By Sxean Lee-David

from Seattle,Washington

If you're a lazy guitar player that can't adjust your string height, maybe you shouldn't be playing guitar. Anyway, This guitar sounds okay with stock pickups, but slap in a Tone Zone and it turns into a Monster Demon from hell. I use a solid state amp with Line 6 pod farm sounds, and I blew away this lead player with a Marshall Tube amp. My sounds are consistent and still produce mind-blowing harmonics that'll make Jimi Hendrix turn in his Grave. lol Seriously, you have to know how to setup your own guitar. I see people complaining about good guitars when all it needs is a few adjustments. I lowered the action, put temporary epoxy between the neck and body for a tighter fit which increases sustain. I added a few steel washers in back of the Tuner board. Yeap, just screwed in about 4 big steel washers to increase sustain even more. I lowered the Edge 3 to it's lowest allowable height. Change the strings to Daddarios. And this Guitar is worth of a 1000.00 price tag. It sounds that good. My only complaint is Ibanez was a bit sloppy on the Glue for the Frets. I had to clean that off and repress fret 3 and 4. For a few minor mods this guitar is killer.

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(7 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Metal to rock, everything is awesome.

By Dan Jones

from Portage Indiana

When I first got this guitar 2 days ago, I was kinda sketcy. I thought that this guitar would only cater to low heavy sounds, and I figured every string besides the low-e would be very generic sounding (Since the pick-ups are for metal). But no way. Ibanez really came through with a nice, affordable set-up. The neck is thicker than my old RG, which gives it a much more radiant sound. You would think it would be harder to move around with a wider neck, but its actually easier than most of the thin necks I've played (You don't feel cramped). Ibanez really balanced it well, because the body is thinner and carved more aerodynamically so when you stand up, it feels like an extension of your body, it just feels right and ultra smooth. The great thing is that this guitar is so versitile. I play from dropped heavy metal to soft rock. I thought I would have to use my old guitar for the clean stuff, but this made me think twice. This thing crys, everything is perfect. Except for the tuning. It could be better (It's a locking tremolo system so you would expect right out of the box to not go out of tune). But it did several times and still goes out of tune (It has gotten better but I would suggest using heavier strings on this guitar because its made for them). Lighter strings (which come with the guitar) slip on the locking tremolo system (that's why people complain of going out of tune). Also the folks at GS gave me a chrome whammy instead of a black one, so im kinda dissapointed. Could have done better Guitar Center you get a silver medal!! But Ibanez took the gold!! -Dan Jones

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(10 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Very Amazing for a cheap pricew tremolo guitar

By Rob

from Norwalk, Ca

the guitar is amazing for overall metal and shredding. The pickups are alittle bad. But you can change those later. Overall it is a good guitar for shredding. The tremolo stays well in tune no matter how much you try abusing it. Pretty good for doing dive bombs and dimesqueals. Only get this guitar if your gonna play metal or hard rock. Intermediate guitar playing.

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(2 of 20 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Don't buy if you like tapping

By Nicholas

from Charleston, South Carolina

I got this guitar thinking it would be nice because of the Edge lll and the affordable price. I was wrong. Yes the pickups are very nice and the bridge as well. But it's the neck that really sucks. Even if you lower the action, it still sucks for tapping and hammer-on's and stuff like that.

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(6 of 17 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Goes out of tune easily

By Bob R.

from Frederick, MD

Got this guitar a week ago. It was on clearnace. That was the first mistake. played it in the store for a while (including hard whammys up and down) and it seemed to stay in tune. got it home and within a few minutes it was out of tune no matter what. loosened the locking nuts and retuned it. locked the nuts and fine tuned on the tremelo. played it.. out of tune again. I'm returning it this afternoon. I'm spending 100 bucks more for a better guitar. I probably got a misfit. Cause I know Ibanez is a great guitar. It was probably built on a Friday afternoon.

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(34 of 35 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I Love It!!!!!

By Caleb

from denver colorado

i bought this guitar in july and have had no problems with it what so ever. as said in other reviews, it does take some getting used to as far as the tuning goes but once you get it, youlll never have a problem with it. the finish for the white one is very scrath resistant and doesnt chip easily. This guitar has a great feeling neck and body. although a tad on the heavy side, i have played for hours at a time. i bought this guitar at a guitar center a few weeks before my birthday towrads the end of july, and i have not had to retune it since i changed the strings in august. the pick-ups do sound great but are more for a soft-ish genre of music. i mostly play very aggressive metal and sceamo and this guitar can take it well but has nothing on a schecter. the edge three tremelo is a decent double locking system for the money. atltogh it doesnt flutter, it does about every thing else. the only negatives about this guitar is that the pick-ups could be upgraged and when doing tricks with the whammy bar often comes out because it dosnt screw in is just slips in. bying this guitar is something i ll never regret. id recommend this guitar to any one. i wish they'd had it in the gray sunburst when i got it though.

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