#1
I'm a beginner bass player, and I'm gone buy my own bass (I used my teacher's extra bass till now), and my options are or an ESP LTD B-104 or an Ibanez GSR200. what do you sugest? (also, sorry for my bad english i'm from Israel)
#4
Do you have the option of trying them before you buy? if so, just spend some time with both and see which feels better to you. I myself have never been a fan of ESP basses and wouldn't recommend them, because I feel that the quality control is lacking with some of them.

I personally would go with the Ibanez. The P-J pick up configuration is a more versatile one compared to the B-104. Also the gsr200 is quite well known as a starter bass. There's also a beginners guide on this site you should check out.
#6
The LTD B-104 has a lot going for it: a very sturdy bridge, good neck pocket design, and a long top horn so that the bass balances better when you wear it from a strap while standing up. I think it would be a better choice than the Ibanez. ESP and their LTD brethren's basses do not get as much credit as they should; probably because ESP and LTD are so thoroughly known for making "shred" guitars.

No need to apologize for you English (which seems fine, by the way)!
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#8
It's a good question, but I would have to lean towards the ESP. I haven't played the particular model, but the ESPs that I have played I liked a lot. I have, however, played the Ibanez, and, while still a good bass, would have to choose the ESP if given the option. In my experience, ESP instruments are well built and just don't get the recognition that they deserve.
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#9
Get the ESP since it has a better bridge material wise and has more tonal options with it 2-band eq.
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