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Ibanez SRT905DXNTF 5-String Electric Bass Guitar  

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    Neck-thru construction and EMG pickups for modern, hi-tech sound.

    The Ibanez SRT905DX electric bass guitar has U.S.-made EMG 40DC pickups that reproduce just about anything from the cleanest highs right down to the dirtiest, growling lows. Add perfect 3D-contoured ergonomics and an arched top, scooped-back ovangkol body and you have the ultimate bass for today's player.

    A 5-piece jatoba/bubinga neck with rosewood fretboard, Accu-Cast B20 bridge, and Vari-Mid III EQ all provide plenty of output with balanced tonality.

    • Arched-top, scooped-back ovangkol body
    • 5-piece, neck-thru jatoba/bubinga neck
    • Rosewood fretboard with abalone oval inlays
    • Dual EMG 40DC humbucking pickups
    • Vari-Mid III active EQ
    • 34" scale

    Outstanding tone and playability for the modern 5-string bassist. Order yours now!


    SRT905DXNTF 5-String Electric Bass Guitar Specifications:

    • Width at nut: 1.77"
    • Width at last fret: 2.63"
    • Thickness at first fret: .85"
    • Thickness at 12th fret: .93"
    • Radius: 12"
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    Great sounding bass

    The good: Great selection of wood, great electronics and I love the variable midrange. Great hardware.The bad: A little on the heavy side, Fret ends were a little sharp but nothing a file could not fix. Make sure you check everything on it because things will get during shipping. Mine had loose tuners and loose pots.The ugly: I tried to contact customer service 5 times with no success. I had questions about the fret ends cutting into me and got tired of waiting and fixed it myself.Bottom line:I still love the bass. Get yourself a good wide strap and you will be rewared with a tone monster.

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