The first amplified electric guitar was designed in 1931 by George Beauchamp who was the General Manager of National Guitar Corporation. It was officially built in 1932 and was called “the frying pan.” Electric guitars quickly became all the rage among Jazz guitarist who wanted to amplify their sound in the big band format. From their the electric guitar became the most important music instrument in pop music during the 1950s and 60s. Over the years modifications were made causing it to evolve into a stringed music instrument capable of a variety of sounds and styles. There are many types of electric guitars you just have to find the perfect fit for you. Why not make that the stunning Ibanez GRGM21M Mikro series electric guitar. This is a great beginner guitar or for those who have smaller hands and shorter arms. It has a beautiful metallic purple finish. This guitar will give you a thick and punch tone that is great for rock, metal, and other modern styles..plus it just looks cool!
Features: An ideal first electric guitar for novice guitarists Humbucking pickups deliver quintessential rock and metal tone Undersized body and 22″-scale neck are perfect for shorter arms Medium frets provide easier fretting for smaller hands Also great for use when traveling light or busking
Specs: Body Type: MiKro Left-/Right-handed: Right-handed Number of Strings: 6 Body Material: Poplar Top Material: Not applicable Body Finish: Polyurethane Color: Metallic Purple Neck Material: Maple, bolt-on Neck Shape: GRG Scale Length: 22″ Fingerboard Material: Maple Fingerboard Inlay: Black dots Number of Frets: 24 Bridge/Tailpiece: Fixed Tuners: Standard Number of Pickups: 2 Neck Pickup: Humbucker Middle Pickup: No middle pickup Bridge Pickup: Humbucker Controls: 1 x volume, 1 x tone, 3-way blade pickup switch Strings: (.009-.042) Case Included: No case included