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Ibanez EWB20WNE Exotic Woods Acoustic-Electric Bass
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The Ibanez EWB20WNE Acoustic-Electric Bass is based on the Ibanez Exotic Woods design. It has a larger body for augmented low-end tone and the abilit...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Ibanez EWB20WNE Acoustic-Electric Bass is based on the Ibanez Exotic Woods design. It has a larger body for augmented low-end tone and the ability to work in both plugged and unplugged situations. The standard 34" scale allows excellent articulation and improved projection while the choice woods and body style create a unique aesthetic appearance. Features a Fishman Sonicore pickup with Ibanez electronics and includes balanced 1/4" and XLR outputs.
- 34" Scale
- EW body with cutaway
- Walnut Body
- Abalone Rosette
- Chrome die-cast hardware
- Fishman Sonicore pickup
- Ibanez Shape Shifter preamp with onboard tuner
- Balanced 1/4" & XLR outs
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For me the scale length was awesome, but if you are a smaller guy or female you may want to consider one of the 32" scale basses. Two strap buttons (I hate guitars with only one in the tail). The tuner is dead on. Acousticly sound as expected (not great, just the nature of the beast), plugged in sound awesome, And the chorus sounds absolutely amazing.
Well put together. The finish is beautiful. You can never go wrong with fishman pick-ups. When I recieved mine I had to swap out the 9v batterry and I noticed a tiny imperfection in the neck inlay. Nothing that would cause alarm.
The only reason I did not give it a 10 in this area is because I think if you are spending this kind of money on something the manufacturer should throw in a hard case. But I was able to get one on MF for a descent price.
This is my first acoustic bass, and it will probably be my last! Though other cheaper ones were also on my list, I decided to throw all of it in for this one, and I have never regretted it! It is definitely worth the extra dollar! This bass is PERFECT for church or praise & worship type settings, coffee house venues, or just to jam at home!
I have been playing Bass for many years and as far as sound and Quality goes This bass would be hard to beat for the price. I think this would be a great bass guitar for a beginner or a great 2nd guitar for a long time player. I love the low throaty sound I get out of it using the electrics built into the guitar, combined with the Marshall MBB Series 30 practice amp. The other person is right, without a pick it would be hard to play along with an acoustic 6 string.
I bought the Ibanez EWB20WNE Acoustic-Electric Bass 4 months ago. Overall it?s been a great addition to my collection. It looks great. Unplugged volume is limited, but when using a pic I can play against an acoustic 6- string. Without a pic it can't hang unplugged, but is a great practice instrument that allows me to get away from my rig. The action is higher than I am used to on my electric basses. That creates a little bit of a rattle, especially on the high end of the fret board. I took it to a bass guitar pro and he advised against adjusting the action down, so I have left it as it came out of the box. I bought this guitar as a practice instrument so I don't mind the higher action. It has helped me develop hand strength which has improved my playing on my electrics?. The onboard electronics are nice. Pick-up sounds good plugged in, onboard equalizer is cool, and I love the onboard tuner- that's awesome. I recommend it as a 2nd or 3rd bass, not as your only instrument.
Me and some of my friends were in a local music shop playing around with acoustics. I don't play acoustic, but my friend does, and i figured since i play bass it'd be relatively the same thing. It was great. Sounds great, looks great, it has a really nice finish. If i played acoustic, i'd buy it right off. Sounds great with an amp or without an amp. (i tried it both ways)