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Paul Gilbert's Life


Paul Gilbert, the well known guitarist ranked no.4 in the quick performers list of Young Guitar 2003, is a experienced teacher in GIT guitar Academy. He merged blues, rock and new classical into the quick picking with beautiful melody and unique style, and his major skills are speed picking and string jumping. He emerged coupled with band Racer X and was the former guitar player in the well-known band Metallica. When the band dismissed, he went on a solo career and after that reformed Racer X, mainly featuring Rock Blues style. His key instruments are Ibane PGM series electric guitars.



Ibanez PGM300


Ibanez PGM300 is a member of PGM series and is the signature model of the renowned US guitar performer Paul Gilbert.This design features wizard neck, basswood body, maple fretboard, DiMarzio pickups, double-locking tremolo system. It is the second product, and also the last product which includes this double locking tremolo system in PGM series instrument. At the same time, it also features Paul's signature F-hole sound control.



Ibanez PGM301


In 2003, Paul changed the wiring board of the pgm300 with a fastened one himself and altered it being the hard-tail, which is the future creation pgm301. The earliest pgm300 was ceased in 2004. It is the model with the longest production line in the pgm series.



Ibanez PGM300RE


PGM300re was introduced as being a reissue model of the PGM300 on its 20 th anniversary in 2009.



Being one from the PGM series, and also a Paul Gilbert signature model, Ibanez PGM301 was produced in 2003 based on the PGM300. All is equivalent to the PGM300, except the pickguard and bridge configuring.


Paul Gilbert mentioned pgm300,"The PGM300 is probably the PGM guitar that I played the most out of any of them. It was really the workhorse, the most punished guitar, the one that took the most abuse and kept on going. I used it during the peak of Mr. Big's success in Japan, when we were headlining three nights at the Buddokhan. It always sounded great. To me, one of the unique things about that guitar, for whatever reason, was that it cleaned up really nice. Whenever I would use the 5-way switch and click it over one click to use the single coil and the split-coil humbucker together and turn the volume on the guitar down, I'd get this really nice glassy sound. I remember playing that guitar on the Tonight Show, doing a song called "Just Take My Heart" that had a really clean sound. It just sounded beautiful on that. There was no channel switching necessary. I just plugged it into a cranked up Marshall, turned the volume down, and got this beautiful, clear, shimmering sound. Of course when you crank it up, it was total metal. So that was the guitar that my hands have spent the most time on out of any of the PGMs. I think my chest cavity has modified to its shape. It's a very very dear guitar to me. I've spent so much time with it. I love it. You will, too. The PGM300."


He also give comments on PGM301,"So after years and years and years of playing my PGM guitars, I started to come up with my favorite small details. The PGM301 is the culmination of these details. For one thing and probably the most unique about it, it's non-trem. There's no tremolo bar on it. It does have that really solid feel of a non-tremolo bridge. To me, it's a little more Spartan of a guitar. It makes me have big calluses on my hand. I think I improve as a player from having to get the vibrato with my left hand rather than using the whammy. It's a very simple guitar, but the important work on the guitar is done on the things that matter most. The action is great, the tone is great, and the playability is great. It's a really reliable workhorse of a guitar. It always sounds great. I've done a million shows with that one. In fact, the PGM300 is really just a PGM301. It just doesn't look as good, because I cut it up and did all those modifications to it. The PGM301 is the result. It's nice and clean. Enjoy the PGM301. That's the one I play. Thank you so much."



We examined very hard on the above outlined features and replicated this electric guitar as identical as possible to the authentic electric guitar. All woods are exactly the same as the initial ones, like neck wood, body wood and fingerboard wood (all quality woods). The default pick-ups we utilised are Wilkinson pickups, which is quality assured and cost-effective.


Our Custom Made PGM 300 Specifications


  Body Wood: Basswood
Neck Wood: 1pc Maple
Construction: Set-in
Fretboard: Maple
Inlays: Black Dot Inlays
Scale Length: 25.5"
Frets: 24 jumbo frets
Pickups: Wilkinson Pickups
Switch: 5 Way Blade Switch
Controls: 1 Volume
Headstock: PGM Style
Bridge: Licensed Folyd Rose or Fixed Bridge
Hardware: Black
Finish: WH(White)Finish
Strings: D'Addario


Because we batch-produced the guitars with a minor volume, the price, in comparison with those custom created ones, is a lot more cost-effective. But at the same time, the supply is limited. Should you actually prefer this guitar, please make contact with us promptly.










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