Item #: IBA GSR105EX LIST

Ibanez GSR105EX 5 String Electric Bass Guitar

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Massive tone and Sustain!
The Ibanez GSR105EX 5 string bass guitar has professional comfort and playability at an entry level price. Featuring Powerpole Dual Coil high output pickups for incredible volume and tonality. The tone is great for more aggressive styles but totally usable in any situation. Overall the GSR105EX provides great balance of bottom end and clarity.

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Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
Phone:  215-638-8670 Warranty:  Electric Guitars & Basses: 1 Year.
Acoustic Guitars: Limited Lifetime (1 year on electronics & tuners).
Amplifiers: 5 Years (1 year on speakers)
Pedals: 5 Years

Product Specifications

Ibanez GSR105EX Specifications
  • Neck Type: GSR5
  • Neck Material: Maple
  • Scale Length: 34 Inches
  • Body:  Poplar
  • Frets: Medium
  • Fingerboard: Jatoba
  • Inlay: Pearl Dot
  • Bridge: B15 (16.5mm string spacing)
  • Bridge Pickup: PPD5 bridge pickup (passive)
  • Hardware Color: Chrome
  • Case: Sold separately

Customer Reviews

Review: Dean the Cudaboy Submitted: 9/13/2019

Product Rating4 out of 5 stars.


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5 string for not much bling!!!!
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1st-great price for what you get - no more or less. 2nd- Re: Mahogany Oil naming - this guitar hasn't ever been in the Zipcode of Mahogany but I guess the stain is Mahogany colored - sort of. Review: The bridge is fine and the intonation and action is fine. This guitar is like my old 'Cuda - the harder you drive it the better it gets. It shines on more aggressive stylings; tho I don't like slapping and popping this thing sounds excellent for that. I use this mainly for recording so as far as sound - the one giant 'bucker is fine as I run Bass thru EQ's and compressors anyway on my DAW. Having the low B, 5 extra notes is the key here for stoop-down bad-ass low-ness. For 2 bills it's too nice. •••• d:D
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Review: Jordan Submitted: 8/29/2019

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.


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Gorgeous, amazing quality!

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Beginner? Look no further. This bass is amazing from its looks to its feel and beyond. Sounds absolutely pro!

Review: Joey Jeepers Submitted: 3/24/2019

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.

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Big surprise, small price

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I've been playing bass for close to 20 years and I've only owned and played Fender. I recently joined a new project that requires a 5 string bass, and I absolutely cannot stand the massive necks on them. Sorry Fender, you've lost me on this one. The Ibanez GRSR105EX 5 String is beyond comfortable and just as important, it sounds amazing. It's simple with one pickup, volume and tone and that's all you need. The neck is slim for a 5 string. The neck doesn't have gloss on the back so it's easy to slide around while you're walking or shredding. It has a great punch and is beefy. Perfect for jazz to punk rock. Those are all those pros, there's only one con and it's very minor. I wish it was a little heavier. This bass is super light. Other than that, it's perfect!

Review: Charlie D Submitted: 1/9/2019

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.

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Basic bass

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Nothing fancy here but a nice basic bass at a good price.

Review: Darryl Submitted: 11/13/2018

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.

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I love my new bass

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Great for me since I am just starting out

Review: Jacob Lewis Submitted: 8/2/2018

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.

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Way Better than I Expected

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I was looking to upgrade my bass collection to add a 5 string. Well, I saw this bass for under $200 and I was thinking it had to be too good to be true. I was thinking if a 5 string is like $200 there's gotta something fishy about, but the nevertheless I ordered it and it came the next day. As soon as I plugged it in to my amp and starting playing, I fell in love with it and it sounded excellent. Definitely would recommend for an entry level 5 stringer.

Review: John Kopchia Submitted: 7/6/2018

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.

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Good inexpensive 5 string

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I have had many bass guitars starting with my first...an Epiphone 4 string in used condition back in 1965. I have owned many brands since then though I am a guitarist by trade. This Ibanez GSR 105 can be bright and twangy or a smooth speaker popping low....There were no sharp fret wires, the finish is good, the low B string has no notable warble and washout like a lot of inexpensive 5 string basses do. The string spacing is fine for me and I do not have small fingers. If I had anything I would change it would be the input jack location because when at church playing, I sit, and my leg and the cord sometimes the slug it out over territory....But people of a more compact size would not find that much of an issue. The action is good not any noticeable string buzz. The machine heads seem to stay locked. Over all much better quality for the price. I'll see after a few month's....if I have anything to add.

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