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The GRX20W is an RX series solid body electric guitar model introduced by Ibanez in mid 2014. It is produced in China as part of the entry-level GIO line.

The GRX20W features a poplar body bolted to a maple neck with as 22-fret rosewood fingerboard with white dot position markers. Components include a pair of pickguard-mounted white humbucking pickups and a non-locking two-point synchronized tremolo bridge.

In mid-2017 a new fretboard material, treated New Zealand pine, replaced rosewood.[1] For 2018 the tremolo was specified as the T106. For 2019 the 3-way pickup selector was swapped out for a 5-way lever. For 2020 the fretboard was replaced with jatoba.

The GRX20Z differs only in the color of the pickups and pickguard.

Specifications

Specifications for GRX20W
Year(s) produced: 2014–2020
Sold in: USA
Made in: China
Finish(es): Sunburst (SB) 2014–2016 / White (WH)
Body
Body type:
Solid body
Body material:
Poplar
Neck joint:
Bolt-on
Bridge:
2014–2017: FAT-6 tremolo
2018–2020: T106 tremolo (10.5mm string spacing)
Pickguard:
White
Knob style:
Plastic top hat (white)
Hardware color:
Chrome
Neck
Neck type:
GRX
Neck material:
1-piece maple
Scale length:
648mm/ 25½"
Fingerboard material:
2014–2017: Rosewood
2017–2019: Treated New Zealand pine
2020: Jatoba
Fingerboard inlays:
White dot
Frets:
22 / medium
Nut:
Black plastic (42mm)
Electronics/ Strings
Pickup configuration:
HH
Bridge pickup:
Ibanez Infinity R (H)
Neck pickup:
Ibanez Infinity R (H)
Controls:
2014–2018: Master volume / master tone / 3-way lever
2019–2020: Master volume / master tone / 5-way lever
String gauge (factory):
.009/.011/.016/.024/.032/.042
Factory tuning:
1E,2B,3G,4D,5A,6E (E Std.)

Images

Additional finishes/ details
GRX20W SB
Sunburst
HH 3-way toggle
Pickup switching diagram (2014–2018)
Controls VT3L
Control layout (2014–2018)
HH 5-way single-split
Pickup switching diagram (2019–2020)
Controls VT5
Control layout (2019–2020)

Sources

  1. GRX20W product page, Ibanez USA, archived from the original November 2017
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