GSR200-JB (Jewel Blue) Ibanez GIO Electric Bass Guitar Has GSR4 Maple neck and a body of a Poplar, fretboard was created with a Jatoba wood with White dot inlay., neck pickup is a Dynamix P neck pickup - Passive and bridge pickup is a Dyna...
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GSR200-JB (Jewel Blue)
Ibanez GIO Electric Bass Guitar Has GSR4 Maple neck and a body of a Poplar, fretboard was created with a Jatoba wood with White dot inlay., neck pickup is a Dynamix P neck pickup - Passive and bridge pickup is a Dynamix J bridge pickup - Passive.
The GSR200 is a Soundgear series solid-body electric bass model introduced by Ibanez for 2004. It has been made in both Indonesia and China as part of the entry-level GIO line; minor differences between the two versions are noted in the specifications below. It replaced an earlier model with the same name.
The GSR200 features a double-cutaway this body bolted to a maple neck with a 24-fret rosewood fingerboard with white dot position markers. Components include a pair of Ibanez Powersound passive pickups with a Jazz pickup at the bridge and a Precision pickup at the neck, a B10 bridge with 19mm string spacing, a plastic nut and Ibanez tuning machines.
Phat II EQ
Phat II active bass boost adds additional low-end power.
Jatoba has a reddish brown color which produces a rich mid range with a crisp high end.
The B10 bridge allows fully adjustable intonation and solid tuning stability.
|Neck Type||GSR4 Maple neck|
|Fretboard||Jatoba/White dot inlay|
|Equaliser||Phat II EQ|
|Neck Pickup||Dynamix P neck pickup / Passive|
|Bridge pickup||Dynamix J bridge pickup / Passive|
|a : Width||41mm at NUT|
|b : Width||62mm at 22F|
|c : Thickness||21mm at 1F|
|d : Thickness||22mm at 12F|
There are four knobs on this bass. The two knobs closest to the bridge are the volume knobs. The knob closest to the input jack is the tone knob, and the 4th knob, closest to the neck, is PHAT II EQ knob.
The variable range of the frequency increases from 20 Hz to the high range, and the variable range decreases from the peak around 100 Hz to around 1000 Hz. The variable width of the frequency becomes large again in the high range from around 1000 Hz, and reaches the peak at around 10,000 Hz, and then becomes smaller again. The variable range around 100 Hz is about 15 dB, the range around 1000 Hz is about 5 dB, and the range around 10000 Hz is about 10 dB.