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Ibanez ICB200 4-String Electric Bass Guitar
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Better than ever before, the Ibanez ICB200 4-String Electric Bass Guitar is the baddest bass on earth. Makes a bold statement in looks and backs it u...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Iceman Bass is back!
Better than ever before, the Ibanez ICB200 4-String Electric Bass Guitar is the baddest bass on earth. Makes a bold statement in looks and backs it up with muscular mahogany tone. The right bass for both old and new school rockers, it features a thick, one-piece ICB neck, mahogany body, traditional passive mvb94 pickups, a B-10 bridge with die-cast saddles, and gold hardware.
- Mahogany body
- One-piece maple neck
- mvb94 pickups
- B-10 bridge
- Gold hardware
- Large pearloid inlays
- Passive EQ
- Late '70s-style knob indicators
Reviewed by 51 customers
- Neck Dive Issue
This guitar is sweet. A bit hard to find, thank Odin for Craigslist.
Fast neck, nice frets, pickups sound full (especially the mid). Build feels solid. The only egregious issue is the neck dive, but I've heard adding fishing lead weights in the electronics bay helps a lot. Off to try that.
Its a great bass with wonderful sound and tone. But the strap holders are on the back and the bottom, which makes it lean forward a bit when standing with a strap. I found it to be annoying. It's also very very top heavy. You have to hold onto the neck while standing or the input will smack you in the face. Its great if youre sitting down, but i tend to stand in an onstage setting
I have owned my Iceman for the last two months and I couldn't expect more from any other bass guitar. Exellcent sound, it is just a beautiful bass.
The bass player in my band had one of these, and the pickups fell in on his. I had to fix it twice, once for each pickup (u know how helpless bass players are). Anyway, watch out for that, other wise, even with the pickup fallen in they sound awesmoe
I start off first by saying that I ordered this bass off this website and it doesn't match the picture. The bass I got is more of a dark red-ish orange burst that quickly fades to black on the edges. Not that the color really matter, I didnt even notice until I went back to the site. Like everyones siad the neck dives, that sucks. But its about the sound, music is like painting and the guitar like the brush so pick something your comfortable with, that allows you to express yourself. The color really wont limit creativity will it? As for sound it can be switched from bright to bottom heavy and it handles both well.
I saw this at guitar center and new that I had to try it out. The pickups, bridge, etc.. are actually dark gold, not that ugly silver in this picture. Its probably ten times better than the other revews say. However, the srapholder things are in totally rediculous places(behind the nec and under th little edge). Other than that this bass looks and plays great, but it dosnt fit my style so im gonna go with an ESP F-100.
I got this two months ago and have played it every day since. My friends were blown away by the look of it, with the unique shape and gold hardware, and by the incredible tone. There's not a better buy on the market.
This bass kicks butt! The picture on the website does it no justice! It's even better looking in person! The sound is incredible! When I plugged it into my amp, which was set on 2 at the time, it still rattled the windows! The power of this bass is unbelievable! It is also a very easy bass to play. I highly recommend this bass to anyone!
I bought this with a coffin case and couldn't go wrong. My wife said it looks cheap. She's used to my $1000. dollor Basses .I agreed. Then I played it and liked what it was sounding like. I see everyone complain about the neck diving. I own a thunderbird Gibson if you playted one you know what to expect. Just by a nice Leather Strap and problem is solved it's that easy. Don't buy a cheap strap.
I tested this bass against a Fender J-Bass of the same price. The tone from the Ibanez was definately a lot better than the Fender. When I first played the bass, sliding around and playing on the fretboard was super-easy. The only downfall was the action was way too low. I had to get the neck adjusted and adjust the bridge (which was an easy do-it-yourself process).Overall, the bass is great, not to mention it looks damn good. However, it's hard to find a case to fit it if you don't want to buy the Ibanez case made for it. I ended up having to get a coffin case.