Ibanez Destroyer Model: GDTM21 Mikro
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2011 GDTM21 CA

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Mikro shown relative to a full-sized Destroyer

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Status: Known
Model: GDTM21 Mikro
Line: Gio/Mikro
Serial Number Format: GSyymmppppp[1]
Machine Heads: unknown
Neck Composition: unknown
Neck Type: Bolt-on
Fingerboard Composition: Rosewood
Fret Count: 24
Scale (inches): 22"
Body Composition: Basswood
Binding (H / N / B): ? / ? / ?
Number of Pick-Ups: 2
Pick-Ups by Position (N / M / B): PowerSound-1 / x / PowerSound-2 (PSND1 and PSND2)
Bridge: "fixed bridge"
Tail: "fixed bridge"
Controls: (1) Master Volume
(1) Master Tone
(1) 3-way Toggle
Control Knobs: Gold Knobs
Hardware Color: Gold
Finish(es): Candy Apple (CA)
Market: West[2]
Year of First Catalog Appearance: none
Catalog Appearances: none
Comments: this model was only advertised through an Ibanez promotional web site at the time of its release.
[1] the Serial Number Format for this model is myypppp where:

GS = Gio Series
yy = last two digits of the year of manufacture (e.g.: 11 = 2011)
mm = month of manufacture (e.g.: 01 = Jan, 02 = Feb, ... , 11 = Nov, 12 = Dec)
ppppp = the sequential production number for this individual guitar out of all Ibanez electric guitars manufactured during the specified month/year at a given factory

Note: ppppp is not the total number of guitars manufactured of this model.
[2] the targeted Market values are assumptions based upon the geographic region or the language of the catalog(s) in which a given model appears. If a model appears in a Japanese language catalog, the Market is assumed to be East. If a model appears in an English language catalog, the Market is assumed to be West. Otherwise, geographic area such as North America or Asia determines the market designation of East or West.