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  • benabenabenabena

    Ibanez GSR200LPublished on 10/03/08 at 06:24
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Korea, 24 frets, active electronics, a micro J (bridge) and P (handle), agathis body, maple neck, rosewood touches something kind.

    OK finish, with lots of electronic noise. Embarrassing. I know, the first low prices. I bought it originally to play at home.

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to play in handle. I, who had not touched a low for years, I got handed over very easily.
    on the other hand, in control of the action ... etc bofbofbof ...

    SOUNDS

    Good old rock'n'roll, protest and agriculture.

    Amps: Fender Rumble 100, Laney RB3, or live in the console (Allen and Heath)

    Ben I do not like. I think this bass is not balanced. Difference in grain size and its terrible betw…
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    Korea, 24 frets, active electronics, a micro J (bridge) and P (handle), agathis body, maple neck, rosewood touches something kind.

    OK finish, with lots of electronic noise. Embarrassing. I know, the first low prices. I bought it originally to play at home.

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to play in handle. I, who had not touched a low for years, I got handed over very easily.
    on the other hand, in control of the action ... etc bofbofbof ...

    SOUNDS

    Good old rock'n'roll, protest and agriculture.

    Amps: Fender Rumble 100, Laney RB3, or live in the console (Allen and Heath)

    Ben I do not like. I think this bass is not balanced. Difference in grain size and its terrible between the strings. Just when I want to correct an out its pretty dull ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used two years after buying it new.
    The lower left at a reasonable price, there are not tons, I needed one right away, and now ...
    I do not have that choice certainly would do, since if in ergonomics, it is quite ok for the rest ...
    Maybe just acceptable for a given time for a beginner (or like me who has plunged) story to get an idea. But again, any chance I buy on E-bay or elsewhere.
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  • Toxik117Toxik117

    Ibanez GSR200LPublished on 06/13/09 at 09:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Me I ordered this bass from France, it has 22 frets, I think there are two singles and a double pickups. You can adjust the sound of the pickups but there is no special configuration and a handle end and smooth, really for a beginner I think it's great

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice and we end slides right over, but access to the treble is hot enough for there last 6 frets that are on the lower body and when you play standing c is not clear. It is not too heavy, has a nice shape, black color is very good (sharp fingerprints and dust on the other hand). Frankly, it has a good sound, nearly a year since I am always very happy and I will not change.

    SOUNDS

    I play the…
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    Me I ordered this bass from France, it has 22 frets, I think there are two singles and a double pickups. You can adjust the sound of the pickups but there is no special configuration and a handle end and smooth, really for a beginner I think it's great

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice and we end slides right over, but access to the treble is hot enough for there last 6 frets that are on the lower body and when you play standing c is not clear. It is not too heavy, has a nice shape, black color is very good (sharp fingerprints and dust on the other hand). Frankly, it has a good sound, nearly a year since I am always very happy and I will not change.

    SOUNDS

    I play the Hardrock / metal / speedmétal and I'm pretty proud of that because with his low round end, there are no issues regarding to "stroll" on the handle, I played with a Hartke amp 30W (when I'm all alone) and group I have a Roland 100W I do not use special effects if not the chorus, delay, or a bass equalizer funds
    All the effects and adjustments him go well, I'm not disappointed even a pedalboard with a popping sound at max love
    I love the chord of half empty, it's my favorite sound, but not at all like the last string.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have this bass for a year. I love color, sonoritée, shape, etc. Everything.
    Since I am left handed I board had the opportunity to try only 3 or 4 models but the one that pleased me the most and the more it is not very expensive for its qualitée.
    I think if I had the choice I would resume the same, I'm not disappointed at all and I highly recommend.
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