The GSR320 is a Soundgear series solid body electric bass model introduced by Ibanez for 2006. It is made in China as part of the entry level GIO line.
The GSR320 features a double-cutaway basswood body bolted to a maple neck with a 22-fret rosewood fingerboard with white dot position markers. Components include a pair of Ibanez passive jazz pickups, a B10 bridge with 19mm string spacing, a plastic nut and Ibanez tuning machines.
For 2014 the body material was changed to poplar. For 2018 the rosewood fingerboard was replaced with treated New Zealand pine. For 2019 the fretboard material was either treated New Zealand pine or purpleheart. For 2020 the fretboard was treated New Zealand pine. For 2021 the fretboard material was changed to purpleheart.
The GSR325 is a similar five string model. The GSR320A is a similar model. The GSR320BW and GSR320SW are similar models with exotic wood tops.
Specifications for GSR320
Model name: GSR320
Year(s) produced: 2006–2021
Sold in: Asia & Africa / China / North & South America and Oceania
Made in: China
Finish(es): Baltic Blue Metallic (BEM) 2017–2020 / Black Night (BKN) 2006–2015 / Black (BK) 2014–2021 / Beam Blue (BMB) 2012–2015 / Candy Apple (CA) 2009, 2012–2021 / Chocolate Brown Flat (CWF) 2014–2015 / Jewel Blue (JB) 2019–2021 / Jewel Green Metallic (JGM) 2017 / Metallic Red Sunburst (MRS) 2006–2014 / Metallic Silver Sunburst (MSS) 2007–2014 / Pearl White (PW) 2006–2008, 2010–2021 / Transparent Light Brown Flat (LBF) 2021 Tri Fade Burst 2015–2021
Body type: Solid body
Body material: 2006–2013: Basswood 2014–2021: Poplar