NAMM 2021: Ibanez unveils signature acoustic for Jon Gomm, the JGM10

Sporting a satin black finish.

Ibanez JGM10

Image: Ibanez

NAMM 2021: Ibanez has unveiled a new signature acoustic model for guitarist and singer Jon Gomm, the JGM10.

The acoustic comes in Ibanez’ Asymmetrical Jumbo shape, sporting a gentle cutaway on the lower bout. Construction consists of a solid pau ferro back and sides, with a solid Sitka spruce top and X-M bracing. The neck is a five-piece African Mahogany/pau ferro neck, topped with a 20-fret Macassar ebony fretboard with a 400mm (around 15 inches) radius.

Electronics come in the form of a Fishman Rare Earth Mic Blend active soundhole pickup, which is running into a Fishman PowerTap Earth Blend preamp. This has support for two outputs, one stereo/mono and one mono.

Other hardware comes in the form of a compensated bone nut, a Macassar ebony top-loading bridge and chrome, die-cast 18:1 tuners.

The launch of the guitar follows the release of The Faintest Idea, Gomm’s latest album, and his first studio release in seven years.

Find out more about the JGM10 at For more from NAMM 2021, take a look at our hub here.


Get the latest news, reviews and features to your inbox.


The world’s leading authority and resource for all things guitar.

Join our mailing list

Sign Up Now

© 2023 is part of NME Networks.