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Ibanez SR300DX Soundgear Left-Handed Electric Bass
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The Ibanez SR300DX Left-Handed Bass personifies the Ibanez slogan, "Anything But Traditional." When the Soundgear series was created 20 years ago, th...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Ibanez SR300DX Left-Handed Bass personifies the Ibanez slogan, "Anything But Traditional." When the Soundgear series was created 20 years ago, they were the stuff of bass wizardry: lightweight, curvaceous, thin-necked and equipped with powerful and versatile active electronics-fantastic features never imagined by the pioneer electric bass players of the 50s. With easy-playing Prestige thru-necks, Bartolini electronics and a host of other upgrades, the exquisite 2006 Prestige Soundgears will transport you to even more magical worlds of color and tone-and ensure that, in the real world, you'll be the master every gig from funk to punk.
- SR4 neck
- 3pc. maple neck material
- Agathis body
- 24 medium frets
- Rosewood finger board
- B100 bridge
- IBZ DXP neck pickup
- IBZ DXJ bridge pickup
- Pearl dot inlay
- CH : Hardware color
- EQB-IIC 2-Band EQ
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This was my first bass, and I'm not at all in need of a second. This only problems I've encountered came up recently, when it started buzzing and sounding terrible through my amp. I opened up the back and fiddled with the electronics for a bit and it's fine now. Still sounds slightly distorted though, especially in dropped tuning.
This Was my very first electric bass. It has a good sound, and it's easy to play on. The best feature though would have to be the tonal control knob. It makes a HUGE difference in the sound when turned all the way up or down. Turn it down and the bass will be deep and full without much presence. Turn it up and you can do slaps'n pops and hear your fingers on the fret board; (Lots of presence) A good feature. The only complaint I have is that the strap screws are too small for the bass, and no matter how many times I tightened them, they eventually just popped off for good. Overall, this should be a satisfying bass for someone concerned with price. But if you can afford something nicer, I would do that.
I bought this bass after a year or two of saving and just looking around for a good axe. Because of a lack of good left handed bass I 'had to' settle for this one. I played with one (and many other price ranged brands) and I bought my Ibanez the same day (2 years ago). Depending on the style you play and the particular 'feel' of a bass you are seeking, I have to recommend giving this baby at least a hands on test drive. I am, for the most part, happy with my choice. I love the feel of the slim neck, very fast and easy. Love the lightness and balance. Feels very light (is a 'small' bass) and 'falls' in a good position and stays where I want it. The sound(s) I get out of it are great for my style, has great tone. The overall play-ability of this guitar is best in class. Action is good and fast, finish is great, tuning is solid, intonation is on the dolla. The Ibanez sr300dxl is simply put together and designed well.I do have a small problem with the high/low cut/boost dual-knob making static noises when I play with it. But, that could just be my particular bass's flaw. I do get a little fret buzz on the A string's 5th or 7th fret, but, usually only when I use an alternatinve tuning. Of course, I replaced the factory strings with some flatwounds.Be sure to stock up on 9v's if you get this baby.I go through them like it ain't a thing.