GAX30 reviews— 32 total
32 user reviews of GAX30 by Ibanez
- Cheap tuning pegs- Isn't an Ibanez Iceman..
I learned to play acoustic guitar when I was 14, and played with bands in high school and college, but...
I've been playing for about 2, 5 years now.
If it were stolen would I replace it.
I mean in it's price range its better than Epi' LP or SG Special.
You have the great-sounding humbuckers to thank for that.
It's good for hard rock and grunge and particulary rythm but nothing for lead sections.
I have been playing for about 3 years and just now decided to move up from my Strat copy to...
This guitar is very suitable, because it works really well when playing with (heavy) disortion.
I would recommend this fella over any Squier or Epiphone I've ever played both quality and price-wise.
Metal, Rock, and Blues are all great sounds to be played.
I had lessons for a while a few months ago and the teacher took a blind guess at 300, and...
Some solo-type stuff, mostly fast palm muting and such.
The sound is great for metal and rock and is pretty durable for a guitar less than 200 bucks.
mmk. Like I said, I play a little of everything, and it seems to keep up.
It was made in USSR about 40 years ago, had a long windy life, but still sounds.
For my blues this guitar has got the neck I needed at this point of my learning process.
I'd reccommend ernie ball hybrid slinkies on this one, the sound is perfect.
I'm going to university next year and I will be in university for the following 7 years minimum, so I...
I have been playin for a year and a half and would class myslef as intermediate guitarist I know no...
I've been playing for nearly three years now.
AX30 suits any beginner to the world of guitar playing, its better then what most companies have to offer to...
And again, I think this guitar would be perfect for it.
I've not been playin lead for very long but I kno a good guitar when I play one.
I've been playing about six months, and this guitar still hasn't outgrown me.
It fits me perfectly. I've been playing casually for a few years on the two acoustics in my house, some Suzuki POS and a Fender F-03.
If it were stolen, I would upgrade, but I'd miss this thing.
It's a nice guitar for beginners, although it's not very special.
If this were stolen, I'd hunt the sumb--ch down who stole it and make him play a 3/4th scale Daisy...
It matches perfectly for the SOTY, and is all right with Blink 182.
I've been playing for a few months. I got it for as a gift.
It's a great guitar for me, great starting guitar for young metal heads - that's for sure.