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A flexible and affordable performer: the Ibanez GSR200 Bass.The Agathis body used for the Ibanez GSR200 provides the player with warm lows and strong sustain. The GSR200 offers all the tone, comfort and rigorous setup and inspection found on similar Ibanez high end basses. The "P+J" pickup configuration along with two volume and two tone controls make this bass a flexible and affordable performer.
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I Use "Rose" for playing Rocksmith and she is amazing! Everyone that has practiced with it loves her.
My son plays drums, guitar, and bass. We got him his first bass when he just turned 10, a 3/4 scale. On his twelfth birthday we upgraded him to a full scale. He tried out a lot of basses, and decided on this Ibanez. It's light and sleek enough to where it's still comfortable for his 12-year-old frame, yet a full size bass. I tried it out, it plays great! I asked him to use it while recording a demo, and it sounded awesome, no annoying buzz. It really is comparable to the higher end Ibanez basses, as the bassist in my band has a higher end Ibanez, and commented that my son's played and sounded as well as his did. For a bass in this price range, I'd highly recommend this.
Preston Nash LC Indy
I got this for my son to learn the bass on, it plays well and sounds great, I did have to file the fret ends as the fret board has shrunk some but other than that it has been great as a learning bass.Not the same caliber as my Spector but still a good bass. P.S. I got one for myself as well and the same concern with sharp fret wires so just be aware and don't live with it fix it or have it fixed you will be happier with it afterwards
Bought the black one off the rack at a friend's music store as a temporary bass while i was rehabbing my '83 G&L SB-2, which i love dearly. This little guy with a bit of twekn' has turned out to be a very nice playing & sounding bass. I was quite surprised by it all! As most of the other owners are saying, fret bzzz is #1 enemy here. Throw some light gauge on, nothing over a "95" top(E), find a good guitar dude to adjust it. ENJOY, ENJOY!!
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i love this bass like so go get it. hi mom, dad, and sister i love you and spread peace to the world. go green and use wind.
bobby joe jackson marie
I learned bass on this guitar and it was great! Ibanez makes great products and this bass is very versatile. I've seen novice players use this specific bass for all genres of music. I couldn't think of any other bass to start with!!
well i got this bass from a pawn shop so i went out and got some rotosound flat strings and cleaned the neck and it sounds amazing ive had it for a year and a half and the only thing it could maybe use is a bit better pick ups but the range of styles is very good for an intermediate bass
Out of the box, it had some fret buzz, but a Sam Ash technician in Nashville and his magic hands switched out the strings (to Ernie Balls), fine tuned the frets, and made it sound just fantastic! It's my perfect road guitar. Plays great, but it's not so costly that you have to worry every time an airline or TSA employee gets near it.
Gnome de Plume
Princeton, NJ and Paris, TN
This is my first bass, it doesnt go out of tune, feels and looks great. But the "G" string buzzes, i even raised the string and it still buzzes, still a good guitar though.