When the history of the solid body 7-string is told, there is one brand that stands above the rest: Ibanez. While other guitar makers experimented half-heartedly, Ibanez committed its full efforts to the development and perfection of this instrument. Now, the Ibanez artist roster brims with the leaders of progressive and heavy metal 7-string player... Click To Read More About This Product
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When the history of the solid body 7-string is told, there is one brand that stands above the rest: Ibanez. While other guitar makers experimented half-heartedly, Ibanez committed its full efforts to the development and perfection of this instrument. Now, the Ibanez artist roster brims with the leaders of progressive and heavy metal 7-string players.
The GRG7321EX exemplifies an artist-driven development process and the guitar building expertise that it yields. The Poplar bodied GRG7321EX sports a Rosewood fingerboard with iconic Sharktooth inlay, for warm, yet well-defined tonality. As the originators of the thin, fast neck, the GRG7 is yet another achievement in player comfort resulting fretting hand fit that minimizes effort and maximizes your performance. EMG HZ 7-string pickups round out this metal mammoth with an entire palette of thick, distorted tone textures.
Rosewood fingerboard with Sharktooth inlay
Thin, fast neck
EMG HZ 7-string pickups
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Comments about Ibanez GRG7321EX 7-String Electric Guitar:
I've been playing guitar for over twenty years. I've had many guitars over the years prices ranging from $20 - $1,200. When I was looking for a 7string I looked at two brands for my price point. One was Schecter and the other was Ibanez. I went to my local GC and played what they had on the wall. I played the Schecter first for about 30 min of straight riffing. I liked it. I Tried the Ibanez next and went through the same thing. I could imedeatly feel the difference in the way this guitar felt. The neck is fast and low, it's loaded with Emg Hz pickups that sounded great. After an hour of riffing and having too much fun I looked at the dude and agreed to buy it. I never looked back at the Schecter. Bang for the buck this guitar will do it all. The price point and quality in playability and looks made this a great addition to my arsenal of guitars. For me this guitar is fun to play I've owned it for over a month and it still plays great from the factory set up. I will eventually take it to my tech and have him go over it but for now I just like playing it. I do participate in projects and jam sessions and this guitar meets all my expectations just the way it came right out of the box. I would suggest to go into a GC and try one out for yourself.
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