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Ibanez SR370F Fretless 4-String Electric Bass Guitar Brown Burst 

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The SR370F fretless 4-string electric bass guitar makes for a formidable fretless addition to every bassists repertoire. Standard SR basses offer a w...Read More

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A great bass for any collection from Ibanez.

The SR370F fretless 4-string electric bass guitar makes for a formidable fretless addition to every bassists repertoire. Standard SR basses offer a wide line-up, from beginner to working pros. From higher-end Bartolini pickups to Ibanez EXF pickups, they are versatile enough to play any kind of music, while SR's signature "Slim & Fast" neck gives you great playability. The 5pc maple and rosewood neck and fretless rosewood fingerboard are comfortable and smooth allowing quick movement along the neck. The maple body provides both style and function. Maple when used in guitars and basses, creates beautiful bright highs and tight tapered lows. Its CAP EXF-N2 pickups and EQB-IIID 3-band EQ let you dial in your sound to the "T" and give you a full tonal range.

Case sold separately.

FEATURES
  • 5pc Maple/Rosewood neck
  • Rosewood Fretless fingerboard
  • Maple body
  • CAP EXF-N2 pickups
  • EQB-IIID 3-band EQ
  • Accu-cast B120 bridge
  • BBT (Brown Burst) finish
  • Case sold separately

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IbanezSR370F Fretless 4-String Electric Bass Guitar
 
4.5

(based on 4 reviews)

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75%

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  • Fun to play (4)
  • Good feel (4)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Jamming (3)
    • Practicing (3)

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    3.0

    Not as nice as I'd expected

    By Bass Hound

    from Portland, OR

    About Me Experienced

    Pros

    • Cheap
    • Fun To Play
    • Good Feel

    Cons

    • Fretboard Buzz
    • Poor Pick Up
    • Poor Quality Craftsmanship
    • Stringfretboard Buzz

    Best Uses

    • Easy Rock
    • Jazz

    Comments about Ibanez SR370F Fretless 4-String Electric Bass Guitar:

    I've been wanting to buy an Ibanez fretless for a long time, and finally picked this model up. To be clear, it's not bad, and it's a good budget fretless. But the fit and finish wasn't as good as expected. It's made in Indonesia (rather than Korea or Japan). There's some discoloration around a couple of screws/bolts, and the knobs on the EQ slip loosely on their respective shafts and rotate way too far. The wood carved out around the 1/4 inch jack is also vulnerable to chipping so you'd want cables with rubber-coated jacks. My two biggest problems with the bass are: (1) the active pickups are weaker and quieter than standard Fender P bass pickups (I compared them side by side), and (2) the fretboard really ought to be Ebonol. Not sure why Ibanez stopped using their synthetic ebony, but it allowed use of roundwounds without scratching. This rosewood will get destroyed if you don't use flatwounds (more expensive, and not as bright sounding). My recommendation would be to pick up a used version of Ibanez's former fretless models (with Ebonol).

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    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Awesome Inexpensive Fretless

    By Bass Bart

    from Leavenworth, Kansas

    About Me Novice

    Pros

    • Fun To Play
    • Good Feel
    • Good Pick Up
    • Good Tone
    • Solid Electronics

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Jamming
      • Practicing
      • Recording
      • Rock Concerts
      • School Bands
      • Small Venues

      Comments about Ibanez SR370F Fretless 4-String Electric Bass Guitar:

      I just started playing bass 6 months ago. I have been trying to learn the 6 string guitar for years. I finally got enough time to start learning again. A friend introduced me to the bass guitar and I got hooked. My main bass is a Fender Jazz Bass Standard, made in Mexico. I am very happy with it. For my second bass I thought about getting the Fender Standard Fretless Jazz bass that was only a little more money than the SR370F. I wanted to sample play a fretless bass before I bought one. We happen to have an Ibanez dealer in our small city. They had a SR370F on the floor. I picked it up and loved it right away. I admit a fretless is hard to get use to at first, but after a few practice sessions I am getting the hang of it. I love the SR370F. The neck is slender and easy to play. It has 24 (frets) which is awesome. It sounds great and looks great. You can dial in lots of sound variations. The intonation wasn't quite right when I first bought the guitar. The neck tension was good so I left that alone. I opened up the owners manual and followed the directions for adjusting action and intonation. After making the adjustments it played perfect. With perfect pitch in the opens strings and at the 12th and 24th frets. I haven't been able to dial in my Fender Jazz Bass that accurate yet. Overall I think this is an excellent fretless bass guitar for the price. I love the looks, I love the feel and it plays great. I am sure this bass will always be in my collection and played frequently.

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      (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Favorite bass is now my least expensive

      By Bikecoachdave

      from Columbia, Ky.

      About Me Novice

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      Pros

      • Fun To Play
      • Good Feel
      • Good Pick Up

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Jamming
        • Practicing

        Comments about Ibanez SR370F Fretless 4-String Electric Bass Guitar:

        After drumming for 30 years I decided to learn the bass. Bought a new Fender American Jazz bass, and then a Fender acoustic bass. After relentless practice for 6 months I knew I wanted 1 more. Have always loved the sound of a fretless, even before I knew what was making that soothing 'chorus like' tone in so many songs. So with a limited budget and fear of not being able to actually play fretless I began searching. I played dozens of basses on a cross-country trip, stopping in music store after music store (a dozen at least) during rest breaks from the road. I pulled down this Ibanez and was immediately struck by how good it felt, how smooth, how close it sounded to all those gorgeous fretless basses I hear in both rock and jazz. I didnt buy it right away, but kept researching and playing. But I always kept thinking back to that Ibanez, so much so that I stopped on my way back across the country and bought it. Now its my single favorite of the 3 basses. Though my Fender cost 3 times as much, I barely touch it now. Still as excited about it as the day I found it.

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        5.0

        Best money ever spent on a bass

        By Bikecoachdave

        from Columbia, Ky.

        About Me Experienced

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        Pros

        • Fun To Play
        • Good Feel

        Cons

        • Havent Found One Yet

        Best Uses

        • Jamming
        • Practicing

        Comments about Ibanez SR370F Fretless 4-String Electric Bass Guitar:

        After playing drums for 30 years I decided to pick up the bass guitar. This was not my 1st bass, but my 3rd. I already owned a Fender Jazz American Special and a Fender acoustic bass, both purchased to learn and grow with, as a musician. But though I am a veteran drummer/beginning bass player, I always loved the sound of a fretless. So much so that as soon as I got to the point I could play simple scales and pick out some simple progression on my Jazz bass I began the search for a fretless. While my skills dont really warrant the need for a fretless I am SO glad I got this bass. I tried several models at Guitar center and they all felt pretty good, with the exception of the Squire fretless. Im not a snob about inexpensive instruments because I have seen too many god-like talents make anything sound awesome. But the Squire just felt clunky, cheap, and had a poor fret feel. Played an awesome used Carvin with an ebony fretboard and it was fantastic, but 3 times the price so it should have felt good. Over the many weeks of searching I pulled down and noodled on nearly 50 different basses, most fretted, but every fretless I could find got played as I made a cross country drive for work, and back, stopping in at Guitar C. in 6 states as rest stops. It was a great way to break up the drive and be exposed to dozens of options.
        But when I picked up the Ibanez, and was expecting another Squire sound and feel, WHOA! It felt, sounded, and played like the Carvin. Smooth, sleek, fast neck that was instantly comfortable in my hands. Equal to or possibly more-so than my Fender Jazz. I now practice mostly on the acoustic (for convenience, no amplification needed), and then my first choice is not my twelve-hundred buck (retail) Fender, but my four-bills Ibanez. This is now my single favorite instrument.
        I waited 2 months after purchase to write this review as I hate reading reviews where people are obviously gushing with 'new toy joy'. But after the break-in period and the wearing off of the initial excitement, I am still over the moon with this inexpensive bass. So glad I got it and plan on keeping it even if I progress to the point I warrant a 4 digit price tag instrument. This one now has a home for good.

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