Ibanez GSR200PW GIO - Pearl White

4-string Electric Bass with Agathis Body, Maple Neck, Rosewood Fingerboard, 2 Single-coil Pickups, and Active Bass Boost - Pearl White
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Big Low End, Smaller Size

Is your bass too heavy? Is it too big? The Ibanez GSR200 Bass series offers great low end and still keeps its size and weight down. This model of the famed Sound Gear series offers a compact body and smaller neck to help alleviate those neck and back problems. You get the best of both worlds with one J-style pickup and one P-style pickup, both bringing their recognizable tone to your fingertips. The active PHAT-II bass boost adds additional low end to your sound. Keep the band thumping all night long with the Ibanez GSR200 Bass.

Ibanez GSR200 Bass Features at a Glance:
  • Smaller body and neck
  • Active bass boost

Put out the low end all night long with the Ibanez GSR200 Bass.

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Tech Specs

Body Shape SR
Left-/Right-handed Right-handed
Number of Strings 4
Color Pearl White
Body Material Agathis
Body Finish Urethane
Neck Material Maple, Bolt-on
Neck Shape GSR4
Fingerboard Material Rosewood, 12" Radius
Fingerboard Inlay Dots
Number of Frets 22, Medium
Scale Length 34"
Nut Width 1.614"
Bridge/Tailpiece B10
Number of Pickups 2
Middle Pickup POWERSOUND P Single-coil
Bridge Pickup POWERSOUND J Single-coil
Controls EQ, Volume, Tone, Volume
Strings (.045-.105)
Manufacturer Part Number GSR200PW

Customer Reviews

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Best feel, sound, and eight

I've played bass for at least 5 decades. Playing up to 6-7 nights regularly for many years has taken a toll on my frame. No one is perfectly straight but my left shoulder is noticeably lower than the right and I here chronic back problems. So, I need as light an instrument as possible. The Gio bass from Ibanez is just the ticket. It is very light, very comfortable for the hand, and sounds great being played through an isolated amp or the PA. I recommend this bass to players of all levels. The transition from my Fender Precision to the Gio was seamless.
Music background: Varied

Very cool bass

I bought this for my son but I also use it for recording. I'm amazed how good it sounds for its size and price. Very nice tone and excellent playability. You can get very aggressive with it and also play the most subtle stuff on it. Be prepared to spend a bit of time setting it up for optimal operation but even straight out of the box it was very playable. Well worth it!!
Music background: Composer for trailers, TV and video games.

Love my new bass!

Looks Great, Plays Great, Sounds Great. I like it better than my Fender Jazz bass!This Ibanez is getting me back into playing after a 47 year absence from playing.

Ibanez GSR200 pw nice

All though its my first bass guitar and hope to learn how to play it ,it sure feels great and the tone is good even I had to do some adjustments and finally got it tune and seems to sound good for my in-experience with this bass only time can surely tell .
Music background: Hopefully a learing student for my age 56 ( retired)

OK bass

This bass has an OK tone. Sorta generic, not a lot of lows and hi's but OK. I bought one of these used and was presently surprised by it's sound. I expected worse judging from the price....However, this is not a bass a pro would use. Because of it's light weight, which is a plus for some, it doesn't really feel like a "real" bass. I would recommend this for a beginner. It is easy to play, lightweight, and smaller than a normal bass. Like so many "beginner" instruments, this will not discourage a beginner from practicing because it is easy to play. I eventually sold mine because it is really not up to "pro" quality and sound..
Music background: professional
See also: Ibanez, Ibanez 4-string Bass Guitars