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Ibanez SRX700 Bass Guitar
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The Ibanez SRX700 Bass Guitar has SFR-AL Alnico pickups that produce more clarity and a solid swamp ash body that adds more substance and smoothness ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Neck-thru construction for enhanced sustain.
The Ibanez SRX700 Bass Guitar has SFR-AL Alnico pickups that produce more clarity and a solid swamp ash body that adds more substance and smoothness to its overall tone. 5-piece maple and walnut neck with thru-body construction. Rosewood fretboard with medium frets and pearl dot markers. Accu-Cast bridge.
- SFR-AL Alnico pickups for more clarity
- Solid swamp ash body to add more substance and smoothness to its overall tone
- 5-piece maple and walnut neck
- Neck-thru construction
- Rosewood fretboard with medium frets
- Pearl dot markers
- Accu-Cast bridge
Reviewed by 28 customers
Just to set the record straight I own a 1977 Rickenbacker 4001 model bass. I also own a 1998 Fender American Deluxe Precission bass. I as well have the Ibanez srx700. I prefer to Ibanez over the other 2 hands down. With a fast neck and clear punchy sound it is a versitle instrument. I do a lot of slap playing and it handles that well and sounds like a dream. I would have paid triple for a bass like this. I am glad I did not have to at the time I paid for it. If any one out there is reading this and debating seriously about getting this bass, do yourself a favor and buy it. You will be more than happy you did!!!
I have owned this guitar for about 6 years now. I love it! It was the first "good" bass that I've ever owned. I purchased it because it resembled a Fodera Monarch (to me at least, at the time). The action was set perfect! I put an aguliar OBP-3 on it, and WOW! I have recieved nothing but complements on my sound. The neck plays like butter! So nice and smooth, and slap bass sounds great... even with dead strings! I have bought MANY basses since, trying to find something I liked better... NOPE. The SRX700 is still by far my favorite. I can play all styles on it with ease. I use this one now for my "show-off" bass. Tapping and double thumping all are played with ease on this bad boy.This bass will not disappoint! I love it! It sounds good through ALL of my amps (SWR, Ampeg SVT-VR, Hartke, Kustom, Carvin BX1200), even plugged straight into a sound board through a house system!I have played (and own) Schecter, Dean, Washburn, Gibson, Warwick, Spector, Fender, Modulus (you get the point) and non have pleased me as much as the SRX700. Just make sure you get the guitar set up when you get it... don't forget the OBP-3, trust me on that one!
This bass is Very nice. Due to the humbuckers it has a nice, low end, growl that sounds very good if you play rock. You can use it's onboard eq to dampen the growl and it sounds pretty suitable for jazz. I have used this bass to play everything from rock and metal, to jazz and showtunes, this thing does it all! It's neck Is REALLY thin, which is a hit or miss. Some people like thin necks because it's "fast" but others may find it a bit uncomfortable. I myself like it. The only downside is the price. sure it's a great bass, but $700 is a bit steep. Luckily, I got mine used for about $400, so if you can find one used or you're willing to fork over the cash, it's a great sounding and playing bass
The bass is a well rounded instrument. It's a bit heavy, but that's not too much of a problem. The new is fast and smooth. The neck through construction gives it great sustain as well as the ash body. The bridge is nice and heavy and is very easy to adjust. The controls are simple to use. I usually leave the bass wide openthe highs and keep the balance in the middle. Yet each pickup can stand on its on alone. I use the bridge pickup alone sometimes to give it a more growly sound. It has great tone and never gets muddy no matter how much I crank it or detune it. The cavity is nice and clean, but I found a small problem. The same problem was found by the bass player staff while reviewing the and tweak with SRX505. The lead wire was barely saudered and taped up using masking tape. This cause some popping due to static while rubbing against my shirt. Other then that this bass is amazing. For the money it's worth a look. I bought it for a back up and it is now my main bass. The pick ups are loud and full of tone. I use it for many different styles of music. Rock, hip/hop, metal, Christian and it never disappoints me. I recommend it for any bassist looking for a good bass to use as an upgrade or backup.
I bought myself a srx700 bout' two years ago and i havent looked back. i will probably never buy another bass it plays as good as a washburn, and that's sayin a lot.
It's got great features and is very loud. The neck-through is great because I can actually reach the high frets on the low strings whereas I couldn't as easily on my bolt-on Ibanez soundgear. The humbuckers get rid of hum and put out a lot of sound, and the EQ is great and simple.
From the first time that I picked this beast up I did not want to put it down. It has a great sond and feel. I have a EDB600 by Ibenez now and this is the only bass that I have found that I like better. It's just a great bass.
Dude, this bass rules. I've had it for over a year now and have had no problems with it. it's got that punchy punk style tone or even that smooth jazz stlye tone depending what settings you have it on.
I saw this bass in my local music shop and fell in love with the look. I gave it a try and fell in love with the feel. I plugged it in and fell in love with the sound. Perfect bass in my opinion. I wanted a new bass for an advancement from my Harmony P-Bass and I haven't found anything to be this Ibanez to date, and I've had it for several years now. It's tone is extremely versitile and easily adjusted via the body's nobs. I play this through an Ampeg BA series 115 amp and the sounds I get out of it are just amazing. TONS of low end if desired or a very clean trebley sound if you want. The action is fairly close to the fret board but not too close. The neck is pretty darn skinny too and allows easy and fast movement around it. Overall it's a very easy to use, price worthy, low hum, loud sounding bass. Definitely worth buying for more than priced here.
this is an amazing bass. it sounds great and it doesn't look too bad either.
Very nice, and well built bass by Ibanez. I've had mine 2 months and can't seem to put it down. Comparable to the growling, mid range tone of a musicman, for half the price.
This is one of the better basses I've picked up. A friend of mine owned it and let me borrow it for some time, when he wanted it back, I didn't want to give it to him. The finish on the body gives it a nice look and the shape gives a nice feel. The pick-ups have a comfortable indent for your thumb and it's very nice and easy to get used to. The neck is extremely thin, and there's very nice string spacing as well, making it easy to get around the neck quickly. The tone ranges from a warm, slurred beat, to a punchy, quick one, depending on your style and settings. This is definitely a great bass, and I would recommend it to any bassist, beginner or expert.
Since the first time I saw it, it caught my attention by its beautiful design, and when I played it, I just love it. It?s so easy to play, very smooth and comfortable in any part of the neck. The pickups are very powerful, giving you a strong and clean sound. It?s a very versatile bass, for any type of music. The playability it?s great, allowing you to improve your technique. I bought it about 3 months a go, and I?m not going to change it for a long time. I compared with some brands and models in the same range of price, and definitely this was the best option. It?s in the level of any expensive and fancy bass; the only difference with this kind of basses is the price and the tradition of the brand.
This bass is the best bass for any kind of music. I'm in my high school jazz band and i use this baby to slam out some funky tunes. I also use it in a punk band with some other dudes and it rocks! I'd Recommend this bass to anyone with the cash.
This was my second bass, and it is AMAZING. I can't imagine a better sounding instrument. It's definitely up there with much more expensive basses, this is true quality here. The tone is unbelieveable and holds up at high volumes. Zero pickup hum, it just doesn't exist, even with my dist. pedal. the action was a little low when I bought it, but it's easily fixed.
I just recently purchased the SRX700 from a local guitar store. i was pleased when i first heard the impeccable sound quality as well as the sweetness of the guitar, needless to say, this guitar is off da hook
I got this guitar out of the blue...and I love it..it has such a great sound....The best in it's price range
This is my second ibanez bass and ive had it a little over a year now. its by far filled my expectations of what ibanez is capable of. it first caught my eye when i was looking for an upgrade because of it's beautiful honey sunburst and texture lines running down the back or the body and neck. it truely is a jaw dropped when its taken out of my gig bag. to me looks mean a lot in bass, and i think ibanze knows whats up. the pickups could not be anymore perfect with a cut-out for you thumb and solid sound. The adjustments on the bass itself twist the sound so you can pin-point your desires without heading for your amp. believe me, if you play a variety of tones, this bass can cover every direction you want to go.
I bought this bass just over a year ago because of good experience with my other Ibanez and because my musical hero, Mike D' Antonio of Killswitch Engage, uses it. I was immediatly pleased with the overall quality and incredible tone, but over time I have come to appriciate some more subtle features. The Alnico-magnet humbuckers are as punchy as you could want. They sound HOTT but they don't buzz at all. There are little slots carved out of their sides that serve well as thumb-rests. The simple EQ gives you all the tonal variation that you could wand. The finished neck is comftorble unless your hands are sweaty. Then its like a slip-n-slide. If you have the money for this bass, go for it without hesitation: you'll be glad you did.
Hello I just picked up this bass from a shop in miami. Its a great bass and Im compleatly satisfied with its performance. Its just what I needed, it sounds great looks great and feels wonderfull. If you have the money its a great buy.