Paul Gilbert is not only an extraordinary musician, but a creative tinkerer as well. Always looking to build a better mousetrap…or at least a more versatile one, Paul endlessly searches for ways to im... Click To Read More About This Product
Paul Gilbert is not only an extraordinary musician, but a creative tinkerer as well. Always looking to build a better mousetrap…or at least a more versatile one, Paul endlessly searches for ways to improve his instrument as a vehicle for his musical ideas. His signature PGM is now available from miKro series.
With its shorter scale neck and smaller body, this guitar is ideal for younger guitarists and/or those with smaller hands that struggle with wider frets. At the same time, those with longer fingers will love being able to play deep bends with the looser strings and due to the shorter scale will find it easier to perform blistering feats. Great tone, great playability and great fun it’s time to try the PGM miKro.
PGMM31 takes over all the icons of classic PGM model; Reversed headstock, Maple fretboard and of course, iconic f-hall paints with 1-vol control. Despite its tiny body and short scale, miKro series does not sacrifice playability under name of Ibanez. The .010-.046 string gauge ensure enough tension for playing comfort. Case sold separately.
Maple PGM miKro neck (22.2 in.)
Maple fretboard w/Black dot inlay
Infinity R (H) neck pickup
Infinity R (H) bridge pickup
Case sold separately
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Comments about Ibanez Paul Gilbert Signature miKro electric guitar:
I was really close to returning this guitar. The tunning and intonation was atrocious! I changed the strings for a set of 11's. Since the guitar has a short scale length neck they feel more like 10's when it comes to tension. Once the 11's were on it stayed in tune and inttonated perfeftly. I also had to lower the next pickup because I kept smacking it with the tip of my pick. I'm not sure if the problem was bad strings, bad string winding or because of the gauge. It's possible that even putting 9's or 10's would help but I didn't take the chance and went straight for 11's. Upon research I found the not only people with this guitar had this problem but the problem existed with all ibanez mikro guitars. I mean, it was bad, near unplayable. But I'm happy now and it looks and feels great!
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