Top positive review
Cheap but screams quality!
Reviewed in the United States on October 19, 2015
As a beginner who just got into guitar playing I thought I'd start out with something like a Fender Squire, since they're known to be among the best when it comes to newbie guitarists. Unfortunately it was unaffordable for me so I started checking lesser brand alternatives that carry the same design and flexibility of the Squire, and suffice to say that I was unimpressed with cheaper knockoffs.
This guitar however, completely surpassed my low expectations considering the cheap price and unpopularity.
Ibanez, if you haven't heard of this brand before is a known quality guitar maker whom legendary guitarists like Joe Satriani use models of.
1.Smooth carefully crafted body and impressive paint for whats intended to be a cheap practice guitar.
2.Good quality wood and the neck is reliable.
3.Strings are good enough for starting and don't peel on your fingers like some cheaper alternatives. Overall not bad quality.
1.The reason i gave this guitar a 4 instead of 5, is because i received it with a small but deep crack close to the socket where you plug the amp cable which could be either a manufacturing problem, or due to shipping.
2. Not really a con but something to kep in mind nonetheless, it doesn't come with extras like picks or straps.Just the guitar, instruction manual, and warranty.
Overall for the offering 100$ price, this guitar is worth every penny and after owning it for 3 or 4 months now I'm happy to say the guitar is looking and performing the same way i received it. And the crack i mentioned thankfully is not affecting the guitar's performance.