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Ibanez SRX350 SRX Electric Bass Guitar
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The Ibanez SRX350 electric bass guitar was designed for heavier playing styles, and it meets that demand in a no-nonsense layout. The EQBIIDX 2-band ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Muscular bass tone, dressed in transparent black.
The Ibanez SRX350 electric bass guitar was designed for heavier playing styles, and it meets that demand in a no-nonsense layout. The EQBIIDX 2-band EQ makes it easy to find various sounds, and the now-famous stock Ibanez PFR pickups, which major artists rave about, are there to give you that extra punch. The original Ibanez Soundgear fast neck (with just a bit more wood for heft and meatier tone) is combined with the comfortable Soundgear body shape.
The Ibanez bass's body features a beautiful and sturdy light ash wood, with gorgeous grains that gives the bass guitar its captivating look. The 3-piece maple neck adds strength in both construction and tone alike. Medium frets provide comfort when running up and down the rosewood fretboard. The Accu-cast B200 string height is easily adjustable with a simple turn of just one screw at the saddle.
Dressed in a transparent black finish, the grain of the wood shines through to show off the natural beauty of this killer electric bass through its mysterious veneer.
- Neck Material: 3-piece maple
- Neck Type: SRX4
- Body: light ash
- Frets: medium
- Fretboard: rosewood
- Inlay: pearl dot inlay
- Bridge: Accu-Cast B200 bridge
- Neck pickup: PFR-N4
- Bridge pickup: PFR-B4
SRX350 SRX Electric Bass Guitar
Name: Passive Full Range
Model No: PFR-B4
Name: Passive Full Range
Model No: PFR-N4
Width at nut: 38mm
Width at last fret: 62mm
Thickness at 1st fret: 21mm
Thickness at 12th fret: 23mm
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I bought this bass about 9 months ago and it has been my primary bass ever since. When I bought it, it was known as a SRX550. This bass is the sweetest playing bass I have ever played. The neck is very fast and thin. The weight of it is very light (anybody that thinks otherwise doesn't have a clue of what they are talking about). Just in case you are wondering, I have been playing for over 20 years, so I know a few things about it. This is a great bass at a great price. I highly suggest it. Now to get a great 5 string Ibanez. Happy playing.
This bass is a very solid instrument for the price. It served as an upgrade from my squire, and it did not disappoint. The neck feels great and the action is incredible. It has a surprisingly good tone considering it is considered a lower level bass. The features are pretty standard and serve their purpose. Overall, I would say that this bass is a great value that should not be overlooked. If you are looking for an upgrade from a beginner bass, this should be a consideration.
This bass is a monster. It's hefty and heavy. Unlike just about every other Ibanez bass, this one doesn't have the comfortable contours. This combined with the intense weight add up to one uncomfortable instrument. In less than an hour, the pressure on my shoulder gave me aching nausea. I recommend either a padded strap or a really wide one to be distribute the weight.The instrument is totally solid -- perhaps the most solid Ibanez bolt-on I've ever played. Unplugged it has a very tight, firm sound, which is credit to its stability and the density of the body wood.Plugged up (no doubt this is what you've been waiting to hear) it's a roaring monster. The output is outrageous -- far more power than any passive bass I've ever played before. However, the tone of this monstrous output is muddy. If you check out Ibanez's website, you'll see this description of the pickups: "Powerful full range pickup with added low mids." Exactly right. The low mids offer a very big sound, but it lacks clarity and articulation. This is fine for some players and some styles, but the pickups can't be described as versatile.A cosmetic note: the actual transparent black is much darker than any image you're likely to find online. While it looks grey in the pictures, in person it looks similar to black granite.
I'm extremely impressed by this one. It has the look and sound of an instrument three times its price. It has both killer tone and a deep low end, and was perfectly set up out-of-the-box. Thanks, Ibanez!