Ibanez PGMM31 MiKro Paul Gilbert, White

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Ibanez PGMM31 MiKro Paul Gilbert, White

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Ibanez PGMM31 MiKro Paul Gilbert, White Overview

Ibanez PGMM31 Overview by GAK:

Mini shredders of the world now have the chance to get a real Paul Gilbert signature axe! Or maybe you are full size but need a smaller guitar for travelling? Or just to make those crazy stretches PG seems to make with ease? Either way it is hard not to love this PGMM31. With its 22.2" scale length other features include a Poplar body, powerful ceramic magnet Infinity humbuckers and a fast Maple neck. Check out Mr. Gilbert with it in action:

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Rated 5.00 out of 5 25/5/2021

Bought this guitar after watching serval reviews from guitar players on youtube, was in no way disappointed when it arrived. I have small hands and have never been able to comfortably negotiate a full sized fret board so buying a quality 3/4 sized guitar was an easy decision. There are many on the market but this signature modal Ibanez is beautiful, it has been put together and designed with care with pleasing aesthetic attention to the colour combination (black and white). Much has been noted about this guitars difficulty staying in tune, I added 11- 46 Rotosounds and it stays in tune just fine, add this gauge and allow the guitar to be played in and it is will be good. Love the pale maple fret board, solid and sounds hard and vibrant. Love my Paul Gilbert Mikro, for £170 this is a honey

David Gray

Rated 3.00 out of 5 07/1/2019

I bought this guitar with high hopes considering its a Paul Gilbert signature model and made by Ibanez but I was sadly disappointed by the quality of the finish and found it wouldn't stop in tune for very long. Having said that though it's probably ok for a first guitar or kids guitar.

robin norris