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A bass for all players and styles.
The original Soundgear fast neck and comfortable body shape. Extra powerful passive full-range pickups with exposed pole pieces offer extreme high output. 2-band EQ or PHAT active bass boosts lets you play more bass and deal less with controls. The Ibanez SRX3EXQM1 bass guitar has a simple bridge offering great sustain, stability, and easy adjustments.
It could be said that the Soundgear SRX is the Soundgear SR's simpler and even more muscular younger sibling. But a better explanation of what an Ibanez SRX can do is this: Soundgear Xtreme is the only bass in the world that can count both metal minions and bass icon/hitmaker Carol Kaye in its court. If a bass is so exceptional it can satisfy players that different, what could the SRX do for you?
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I bought this bass about a year ago as an upgrade from my old one and all I can say is Wow. This guitar is built with great crafstmanship and has a great tone. The active humbuckers sound awesome. All I can say is you'll want to replace the strings after about a month of heavy playing because they go dead pretty quick. If you want a great guitar for a not so large chunk you'd get this one, because I know I would do it all over again.
This bass is very good I bought it a month ago and it has given me great results. Its light weight and easy to play. The pick up is very loud so be ready. I would tell anyone who wants a medium priced bass to get this one.
Humbuckers-That was the first thing I looked for. I wanted the room to shake when I wanted it to. And most of the time I just need to carry the rhythm section. It sounds great and has a lot of range in tone. I use a Behringer BX1800 amp, play in the church band, and am often told to turn it down a little, oh well. Have had no problems. The stock strings have great tone and sustain after 6 months, it stays in tune, with only minor tweaks (I use a gig bag). The neck has a good feel, and if I get buzz, I know I am not hitting the strings right. I am newer player, so I may not know all the ins and outs of playing, but I feel a lot of buzz complaints are player probs, and maybe not the bass itself. This is a great bass, and was set up, out of the box, perfect for me. My purchase was a Blem, but I haven't found it, and It didn't look like it was previously open.The Transparent Gray is beautiful, and gets a lot of comments.
I bougth this bass a year ago or so and I've used it for two bands. One band was like heavy metal/post hard-core and the other a more alternative indie-pop gig. It can hang with every genre. It's a really sweet guitar. I play it with an Ampeg B-2RE and SVT-410HLF Bass Half Stack and that is one dangerous combo of god-life prportions so you honestly can't go wrong with this guitar or musical instrument supplier.
The SRX3EXQM1 is a very very nice bass. I bought mine roughly a year ago and it is the bass that I played when I landed myself with the band that I am in now.I use this bass with the Crate BT100 in our jam sessions/rehersals. And I slapped D'Addario EXL170 light weight strings and let me tell you this bass sounds like a million bucks.The only upgrade I want to do to this bass is to upgrade to EMG pickups. So this bass was well worth the money.
I was very impressed with this bass after receiving it as a gift. The picture does not do the quilt top justice. I have blue and it is beautiful. I did not expect the dual humbuckers to have much treble, but the bass has a good high end and an excellent low end. The tone from the active pickups is so much richer than from the passive basses I have used before. It would be nice to have a 3 band eq, but the 2 band provides plenty of tone shaping capability. The SRX3EXQM1 is an affordable way to step up to a bass with active pickups.
I bought this bass mainly because I have used Ibanez basses in the past, this one blew the others away. I play a mixture of rock and sound country and with just a slight adjustment of a knob or 2 you can make the sound perfect for your specs you need. Overall the pickups are very hot with a very beefed up sound. I play through an Ampeg b4r head and 410 cab 4-5 nights a week and this bass is by far the best sound I?ve got from my rig yet.