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Ibanez SRX390 4-String Electric Bass Guitar
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The new Ibanez SRX390 4-String Electric Bass Guitar is an extreme metal model that takes bass technology up a notch with killer PFR-4 pickups and EQB...Click To Read More About This Product
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The new Ibanez SRX390 4-String Electric Bass Guitar is an extreme metal model that takes bass technology up a notch with killer PFR-4 pickups and EQB-IIDX 2-band EQ. The SRX Soundgear Xtreme basses were designed for players who want an easy-to-play bass with simple controls and "beyond massive" pickups that can pump out loud, heavy rock. Period.
- Light basswood body with binding
- SRX4-style maple neck
- Bound rosewood fretboard
- 24 medium frets
- Pearl dot inlay
- B100 bridge
- PFR-4N neck pickup
- PFR-4B bridge pickup
- EQB-IIDX 2-band EQ system
Reviewed by 12 customers
This is definately a Rockers Bass. Very active and BASSY. You will need a powerful amp to keep up with this Rocker. A very fast neck, and easy to play. Not pricey but sounds great. Change out the strings, adjust intonation and play hard, she can take it.
I love the lightweight feel of this bass. Fantastic neck action with the unfinished, oiled maple neck. You can really fly up and down the fretboard with this baby! Pickups are unbelievably punchy, and yes, you really can dial up a wide range of sounds. I use this with a Behringer bass amp and Digitech BP-200 pedal. Massive sounds are within your reach. Don't pass this one up!!
This bass is a tank compared to a Fender P-Bass, which to me seemed very powerful. Heavy tone, great playability, and nice finish. A great bass that will last.
About 3 months ago I bought an Ibanez GSR200 and a Crate BT50 amp. I haven't played bass for about 25 years, but I got the urge again. I was happy with this set up but then I came across an Ibanez SRX390. It is a factory second because the paint on it is sub-standard. That's the only thing sub-standard though. This bass has super strong pick ups...loud and powerful. It has the power of a metal bass but you can get warm, mellow sounds also, just tweak the controls. I like the Fender Precision but I'll take this 390 over it now. Recommended for all users, beginners on up.
This bass is one of the best bass guitars you can get for the money. It has 3 tone knobs and they can do wonders of sounds. I play it through a fender bassman 250 and behringer cab, sweet stuff.I reccomend this to any bass player in their beginning or middle stages fo playing.
I was first drawn to this bass because of ultra fast neck and I did not expect its EQ or Pickups to be so good, the EQ is Active and it actually works. The pickups are loud, warm and give off a great click tone. A great bass for its price.
I haven't played the bass in quite a few years and recently I decided to start again. About 3-4 months ago I purchased an Ibanez GSR200. The bass sounded great, especially compared to the Fender Musicmaster I had started on. I seen the SRX390 in a music store a few weeks ago and started playing a few lines. The 390 is solid. I couldn't believe the "strong" sound of the massive pick-ups. When using the GSR200 I would have the volume controls about 1/2 way up. I plugged the 390 in and put the controls at the same settings and shook the walls.(more so than before). I really like the action of the 390 also. I can move around on it more with the thin neck. It's an extreme metal bass but you can get some warm, mellow sounds from it too. Personally I think it's a great bass.
I bought this bass yesterday. Only the Grey Transparent one. Its actually really really nice.the sound you get out of these pickups is brilliant. So bassy. And on the D and G strings, its nice and light. Therefore being a perfect bass.
I definetely like the tone of this bass. The low action is very good, too. But, the low action can be annoying, too, because it makes the strings clang against the frets. But, still, it's very good. I reccommend it.
I've owned this bass over a year now and it's stands up very well. It's a great looking bass and the paint has a semi gloss look to it. The action is low and when you first get one you'll have to do a little minor bridge adjustments b/c of fret buzz but then again you have to do that with almost every new bass. Get new strings asap the stock strings are crap. THis isn't a slap bass as Ibanez has a renowned skill at making. this bass is mean and you are going to need a mean amp to really experience it. If you loooking for a first bass or a seasoned professional and want a bass that will really crank out loud, vibrant notes that will shake the house down look no further. I almost want to say "Warning: This bass is not meant for the weak heart, or light fingered players." Oh and every where i go with this bass all I get is compliments on it's looks so if you want a looker that lives up to itself this is the way to go.