GIO range is reserved for beginner and lower intermediate guitars and basses. It`s primary role is to offer the inexperienced players some good and reliable four, five, six and seven-string options on which they can hone their skills. All of the sub series and models of the GIO range are based on the series and models from the regular side of the catalog. For 2014, GSR series of electric basses is being updated. One of six models to reinforce this series is the intriguing GSR200SM. It comes with a solid and double-cut mahogany/spalted maple body with flat-top design and a sort of 1980s styling. It is paired with a standard maple neck. B10 bridge with four saddles is installed on the top; it`s clad in black. Ibanez PSND passive pickups are featured in the front Single-coil is in the bridge and P pickup in the middle position. Two volume and two tone knobs are featured in the controls unit. Maple neck is fit with a fast and smooth contour in the back and is topped with a series standard 22-fret rosewood fingerboard.
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