The Ibanez GSR100Z Bass Guitar is well made, with simplified electronics and quality hardware. The bass features an agathis body, one-piece maple neck with rosewood fretboard, classic split-coil picku... Click To Read More About This Product
The Ibanez GSR100Z Bass Guitar is well made, with simplified electronics and quality hardware. The bass features an agathis body, one-piece maple neck with rosewood fretboard, classic split-coil pickup, fully adjustable bridge, and medium frets.
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Ibanez GSR100Z 4-String Bass Guitar is the perfect begginer bass. It has solid tone, it's well made, and it is a great value. The one setback is it slowly detunes over a few days of no play, but not by much.
I bought this bass about a year ago and I needed a good sturdy bass to last me a while. While I was searching, one guy directed me to this bass and a Squier jazz bass. I fell in love with the Ibanez right away. To this day I don't have problems. It has a great solid tone, great for almost any style, and GREAT FOR THE MONEY. If you are starting out, or you an intermeiate player, you won't regret it.
This was my first bass that got me started and i love it. Get black night colorway. one set back is if anything scratches it or when you touch it everything shows up. I'm running it through the Ibanez sw35 and they are a match in heaven.
This Ibanez bass is a very sturdy and good sounding beginners bass. Anyone starting out should definitely consider getting this guitar. I've had this guitar and it has served me well.
Well when i first bought it, it was pretty nice. I liked the color and i got a great deal. After a while, the tunning peg got a little lose more than once. Then the input jack started bussing like crazy. All around its an ok bass. The paint gets a little scratched from use but its worth the price. I would say its a good beginners bass
I bought this bass a little while ago. At first it was good. But pretty soon the E gave me the meanest fret buzz around the 3-5 frets screwing up the tone. Now I don't really use it anymore. It was my first bass so i didn't expect much.