Summary: The finish is indestructible, the electronics just won't stop working, and the neck is apparently stable enough to survive at least a couple of months surrounded by mud Mine was free, I found it in the woods a few years back ------------------------------ U.S.
Pros: They're cheap and have a very versatile tone
Cons: Slow neck and doesn't set up properly without a shim in the neck pocket
Summary: The bass has been everything Inullve wanted and more. Because it was just $199, my asumption was that it would be a cheaper, thinner sounding bass. I was so wrong. It is a basic bass guitar and I would recomend it for beginners with a natural ability for bassguitar. Itnulls not a special bass or anything, but it plays beautifully, especially for around $200. I chose this bass because I needed something reasonably priced until my dad gave back my null74 Sabre back.
Summary: for the price, nothing can beat this guitar. sadly, i only chose this because this was the only one there that was playable. i wont be getting a new one until i go to college. this guitar has definately reached my expectation.
Summary: If I ever get the money (like that will ever happen), I might consider a nice Fender and getting it customized (i.e. rosewood board and what not), but for now, the GSR200 is all I need. I give it two thumbs way up.