Ibanez GSA60
Ibanez GSA60

GSA60, Gitarre mit SC Form from Ibanez in the GIO SA series.

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iamqman 31/12/2011

Ibanez GSA60: Produktbewertung von iamqman (content in English)

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I really like the Ibanez guitars because they have such a value in them because when you compare them to many other guitar manufactures. It has a really good price point into what you're getting is a very good build that sounds excellent and just feels right. One of the things that I like to highlight when playing and reviewing a guitar is how comfortable you feel when playing it. Ibanez necks have a very speed like profile and they're very comfortable to play. Most of my playing revolves around the hard rock and metal type tones so these guitars really gives me that convenience and comfortability that I'm looking for in an instrument. So couple that with the price point of these guitars hovering right around $200-$600, it is really a no-brainer to grab ladies guitars.


Neck: GSA

Body: Agathis

Fret: Medium

Bridge: Standard

Neck Pickup: PSND-S

Mid Pickup: PSND-S

Bridge Pickup: PSND-H Dimensions and Weight in PackagingShipping Weight: 9 lbs Shipping Dimensions: 42 x 17 x 4 in


These guitars really excel in the high gain applications. If you're using a high gain Marshall amplifier or a Mesa boogie amplifier then you're really going to get the tone that you would need out of this type of guitar. These instruments really find there sweet spot in the high gain saturated type sounds. Where they don't fare well is with a clean amplifier or a clean setting on any type of amplifier. So if you're using a Fender amplifier or a Vox amplifier and you're really not going to get the type of tone you're looking for. You really have to use a distortion pedal or some type of fuzz pedal to really get that amplifier to saturate to the levels that find the sweet spot within this guitar. So if you're using some delays or a effects or modulation than that will help in getting this guitar to sound where it was designed to be positioned audibly. Overall these are fun and the price is really is probably the best benefit when you're getting such a great guitar for the money.


You can find these guitars fairly easily and in most guitar retailers around the world. They're also readily available online and in many auction sites or use classified ads. I recommend this guitar to anyone who is looking for a nice shredder type guitar at really low prices. The guitar sound good in any live setting and they also do quite well in a recording session as well. Overall they're the best bang for the buck in my opinion when it comes to getting a good quality thats an inexpensive guitar.