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Ibanez GSR100EXM

4-string bass guitar from Ibanez belonging to the GIO Soundgear series.

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"Ibanez GSR100"

Ibanez GSR100EXMPublished on 03/10/04 at 15:00
I got my bass pre-owned from my local music shop for $350 AUD it was in perfect condition and saved $200 on the new price.

I bought it as a beginners bass when i started playing but i still have it because i find it good enough to use it for gigs. It tis the best sounding beginners bass i've ever played. Body is lightweight and goog looking. Never had any trouble with it.

It Needs another tone control knob like the GSR200

It is very good quality like i said i haven't had any trouble with it.

I would reccomend this to any beginner that wants to play bass. It's better than a yamaha or a samick.

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I got my bass pre-owned from my local music shop for $350 AUD it was in perfect condition and saved $200 on the new price.

I bought it as a beginners bass when i started playing but i still have it because i find it good enough to use it for gigs. It tis the best sounding beginners bass i've ever played. Body is lightweight and goog looking. Never had any trouble with it.

It Needs another tone control knob like the GSR200

It is very good quality like i said i haven't had any trouble with it.

I would reccomend this to any beginner that wants to play bass. It's better than a yamaha or a samick.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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"Ibanez GSR100"

Ibanez GSR100EXMPublished on 08/07/03 at 15:00
I got this bass at guitar center in rochester ny for $129 because it was used and was chiped in places on the body.

Best beginner bass you can buy, as soon as i starded playing it i noticed the wonderful feel to it, my fingers felt right at home on the frets. only 2 pickups but it still does the job.

can't think of anything.

great, hasn't fallen apart yet.

exellent beginner bass and can take a beating.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Ibanez
  • Model: GSR100EXM
  • Series: GIO Soundgear
  • Category: 4-string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 01/23/2012

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