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: I own the EX version with the two humbuckers and the active electronics. It is my first bass. I've played a lot of other basses, ranging from $ 100 Deans to $ 4000 Rickenbackers, but I keep saying that my GSR200 is top.
Pros: Much value for the money, plays as good as a $ 500 instrument.
Cons: Strings were rubbish, setup wasn't done well.
Summary: Quite simply the best bass for beginners. Its wafer thin neck is super comfortable, and the stock pickups are very versatile. The finish is great as well, and the Elixer strings it comes with are the icing on the cake.
Pros: Very comfortable and thin neck, great glossy finish, very versatile, light, perfect for beginners, comes with Elixer strings
Summary: aww this was my first bass....i remember everyday after school jammin out on it...had it for 6 years and the plastic tuning heads broke off and it had to be put to pasture. only problem i ever had with it. not that i'd recommend it to anyone but a beginner
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.