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Ibanez SRX300 Electric 4-String Bass Guitar
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The Ibanez SRX300 Electric 4-String Bass Guitar has the strong output needed for hard rock styles. Features the PFR full-range, strong-output passive...Read More
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The Ibanez SRX300 Electric 4-String Bass Guitar has the strong output needed for hard rock styles. Features the PFR full-range, strong-output passive pickups used on the more expensive SRX models and 2-band EQ for simple operation. Basswood body. 3-piece maple neck with rosewood fretboard. Die-cast bridge. Medium frets.
- High-output PFR full-range passive pickups
- 2-band EQ
- Basswood body
- 3-piece maple neck
- Rosewood fretboard
- Die-cast bridge
- Medium frets
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Most Liked Positive Review
Excellent Rock Bass
I have owned this bass for a year and a half and it has worked very well. It's a bargin for the price it's offered at.Fit and finish is very good and I had...Read complete review
I have owned this bass for a year and a half and it has worked very well. It's a bargin for the price it's offered at.Fit and finish is very good and I had no paint flaws on my finish. Action was low and set up very well right out of the box. Nothing fancy here just a plain and simple but aggressive bass guitar.The electronics aren't to noisy and the pick-ups are very sensitive. They pick up everything including bad tecnique if you get sloppy. This bass is loud so you need to be mindfull when making changes with your volume on stage. I run this bass through a Tech21 SABDDI and then direct to the sound board at my church. I have to warn the sound guy before increasing my volume because it has clipped the board before.Playability is exellent but you have to like a thin and narrow neck. If you are used to a Fender P-Bass or a Stingray you may not like the neck. The string spacing is a little tight. I happen to like it that way so it works for me.Tone is huge on the botton and clear on the high end. It's a great bass for slap. It lends itself well to metal and harder rock styles. It has no mid range boost / cut so it's a little limited in it's versatility. I use a Fender Jazz for most of the stuff I play but when I need to really cut through the mix or shake the floor I go to my back up SRX300.
Most Liked Negative Review
A great bang for the buck. It has all the features that a bassplayer needs on it and the sound is superb. I have owned only three basses during my career as a bassist...Read complete review
A great bang for the buck. It has all the features that a bassplayer needs on it and the sound is superb. I have owned only three basses during my career as a bassist but out of all the basses I've played and considered buying, the SRX300DX is the best value for the same features. If you have any questions about it write me an email.
Reviewed by 45 customers
I just got this Bass guitar for Christmas, and I have been playing for about six months now, and the bass I had before was a circa 1970's Audition and it doesn't even compare to the sound quality and the broad range of tone for this bass, you wont regret getting this bass, I give it a 5.0
Been playing bass for 23+ years and this one rates with the best,this is my first active bass and I am impressed with it.
It actually gives a great sound i play Iron Maiden songs with it. And add Rotosaund strings with it, and it is the best bass thar ever existed. It gives a roar sound and great for bass solos, and riffs.it is an awsome bass.
Went to my local music Store and saw the SRX300 hanging up and had to try it. Surprisingly this bass was lighter and had a thinner neck compared to my GSR190. I was playing threw a Ibanez SW35 Amp. The SRX300 can go from twangy high, to a very brutal low, by just adjusting the knobs. I was planning on buying a Thunderbird or a ESP F-104, but after hearing this baby, now its "Thunder who? ESP What?" CHEERS!
I'm actually a guitar player but I had to get a bass for all the different places that I play (sometimes I need to play bass) so I got this bass used and on sale so it ended up being super cheap, which is what I needed, but this is a top quality guitar! It's amazing. I love the active pickups (requires a 9 volt), I love the different sounds you can get from this bass just from twisting a few of the knobs - you don't need pedals. I love how low the action is and how light the guitar is. It's an overall amazing guitar.
I've had this bass for some time now and I love it so much. It could be used in any kind of music you want. I use it for slap bass and Metal sounds the pickups on this thing rock! LITERALLY!! I would highly recomend checking this bass out it was my first bass and i will keep this thing forever!!!
Not counting my starter bass, this is my first bass and I am in love with it. I bought it at the start of 2007 and play it everyday but it still looks and sounds like new. My favourite feature of this bass has to be the thin neck. The thin neck is very helpful for fast playing. So if you're thinking about getting this bass, do it! It's will be worth every cent.
I bought this bass without trying it out and I don't regret my choice. I've had it for about 3yrs. Hasn't let me down.The paint job is beautiful. I got the Iron Pewter version.The high output is the best feature about this bass. This gives it a thicker, deeper tone that you can control easily. You can really play any style on this bass.The neck is another key point. It's very thin; which allows for fast playing.Amazing low end! I use this guitar with a 15'' combo...man oh man. Drop C or lower, and the lows shine.I've really only played Squire basses, so it's hard for me to compare. It blows away all Squires.Ibanez offers up a solid bass guitar perfect for any genre or style. Great electronics, awesome woods, perfect neck.
I've had this bass for about 3 Years now, and it has yet to ever let me down. It allows for really chunky, heavy tone on the low end, but also allows for nice lighter sounds. I play mostly latin music at my church and I'm in a Rock band. This bass can do it all. It does have a lil' bit of a buzz, but nothing major. Great battery life, awesome neck and for the most part stays in tune pretty well.
This is an awesome bass w/ great features at an even better price.