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Ibanez ATK300RSPBK Bass Guitar
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Not everyone needs a sleek, narrow-necked bass like the Soundgear. That's why Ibanez first came out in 1995 with the ATK (short for "attack," the agg...Click To Read More About This Product
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Big, bold bass tone.
Not everyone needs a sleek, narrow-necked bass like the Soundgear. That's why Ibanez first came out in 1995 with the ATK (short for "attack," the aggressive ATK's defining characteristic). Unlike the Soundgear, the ATK is big--with the big, bold tones you get from a traditional big neck and big body. But this ATK300RSP bass guitar is no one-trick classic workhorse. It's also versatile and comfortable thanks to its unique electronics and physical layout. In other words, the right choice for blues, hard rock, country players, and anyone else who wants every single plus of a traditional bass and more. For a sample of what the ATK300RSPBK model can do, listen to the work of Chris Norris on "As I Lay Dying."
- Neck: 3pc ATK4 NeckType: ATK4
- Body: Light ash body
- Frets: Medium frets
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- Inlay: Pearl dot
- Bridge: ATK4 bridge
- Neck pickup: ATK triple coil pickup
- EQ: ATK 3-band equalizer with tone character switch
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Awsome sound and great sustain. very versatile can go from usual play to funk bass and sound great. without a doubt a great guitar for the novice or expert players. A+ GREAT BUY
Played a GSR for years and upgraded to this in a big way. a little heavy but very well balanced. Three band eq rendered my compressor obsolete. Add to that the rosewood neck with the antiqued, etched bridge and pickguard and you have a beautiful looking and sounding piece of equipment.
Last night I went to a concert and the bass player from Haste the Day used this bass. Not only does it look amazing with the detail on its pickguard. Its a power house and sounds amazing. He played it through a Gallien-Krueger 810RBX 8 x 10 Bass Cab with 2 what i think were Gallien- Krueger 1001RB-II 700/50W Biamp Bass Heads. Any way like I said before it sounded amazing. Don't be fooled on the price of this bass. Its worth more then what its being sold for.
If you are looking for the Sting Ray sound at an affordable price, this is it! At this price, I bought two! First I bought the ATK750 KOA (now sold out) and loved it so much, I went back and bought this one. The pictures truly dont do it justice! Do yourself a favor and buy a couple of these!