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Ibanez EDB555 5-String Electric Bass Guitar
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Famous for it's player-friendly shape and dynamic range, the EDB555 5-String electric bass guitar features a light ash body for natural tones and Dun...Read More
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Famous for it's player-friendly shape and dynamic range, the EDB555 5-String electric bass guitar features a light ash body for natural tones and Duncan/Ibanez single-coil pickups for even better popping and slapping. EQBIIDX 2-band EQ let's you dial in the right tones in rapid time.
- Lightweight ash body w/scooped cut for slap style
- Solid wenge/bubinga 5-ply neck
- Duncan/Ibanez single coil pickups
Reviewed by 5 customers
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The wood drew me in, and of course it was a nice slim, fast action neck, good for my fat little fingers. The neck is amazing, as is the Natural Satin body, action was low, but that is easily changable.Pickups.....could be MUCH better.Good Bass
This thing is a beauty. The carved wood is awesome and it sounds real beefy. You could use for whatever, from funk to metalcore. It plays great the neck is comfortable i really like it. Ibanez makes such solid stuff. The tone knobs and two pickups just add to the value. The tone is real adjustable, an awesome thing. My only real wish is that the neck was though and tuners were a bit nicer looking. But hey its real cheap for how good it is. The spacing is perfect and the B is best set up i've seen. Totally worth looking at. I would compare to some Schecters though, i think they have better tone and quality. They are a bit more but it's probably worth it. But all in all i would love to have this bass, and i would love to see it fretless.
If your looking for a good quality bass with great sound, you need to check this bass out. I usually play american fenders, can't get enought of that tone, but I play in a band where we tune somewhere below the artic circle. This kills the tone on what would be my B string and I strugle to find that killer sound. I have found two basses that can get me there. The Peavey 5 string grind and the Ibanez 555. The Peavey is another great bass but it gets a little thin on the higher notes, so I thought I'd try this Ibanez, it gives me the total package - nice and lite also which helps after 3 hrs of playing. I was never a Ibanez fan so to speak and still don't care for the other models, these Ergodyne 555's are not like any other Ibanez. Check one out, I'll bet you'll be suprised. To sum it up, my Studio bass is still my Fender, but my stage bass is this baby. No complaints.
I bought this bass back in June in this year, and I've been playing it ever since! I picked it up in a local Music store downtown and I basically "fell for it". It plays with a great tone, and the 5th string has an awesome rumble to it rather than a ring (compared to the other basses I tried out). Its a well worth investment, and I plan on having it for the remainder of my years. Ibanez truly has some of the best basses I've ever laid eyes on...
I've been playing this bass at my local shop, it plays great and the Duncan pick ups add allot of versatility compaired to the earlier models. I've havent bought yet but I'm pondering. If your looking, I'd recomend this over other models in it's price range.