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Ibanez SRC6 Crossover 6-String Electric Bass Flat Walnut 

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A comfortable and stylish 6-string crossover with the perfect price tag.

The Ibanez Bass Workshop framework melds superlative craftsmanship and technology with design innovation bassists know and expect of Ibanez. The SR Crossover sets the pace for this new breed, exploring a vast yet largely unexplored middle ground where the world of bass and guitar converge to create a fresh new spectrum of sound, open to bassists and guitarists alike.

Neck type: SRC 5pc Jatoba/Bubinga neck
Body: Mahogany body
Fretboard: Rosewood fretboard w/Abalone oval inlay
Fret: Medium frets
Scale length: 30"
Number of frets: 24
Bridge: Tight-End bridge (10.8mm string spacing)
Neck pu: EMG 35HZ neck pickup (Passive)
Bridge pu: EMG 35HZ bridge pickup (Passive)
Equaliser: EQB-IIID 3-band EQ
Hardware color: Cosmo black

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IbanezSRC6 Crossover 6-String Electric Bass

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Wow...where have you been all my life!


from Northern Va

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  • Flexible Electronicstone
  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel
  • Good Pick Up
  • Good Tone
  • Short scale
  • Solid Electronics


    Best Uses

    • Jamming
    • Practicing
    • Recording
    • Small Venues

    Comments about Ibanez SRC6 Crossover 6-String Electric Bass:

    Super lightweight, great neck, barely wider than a 4 string bass, this crossover is absolutely amazing. While I can see it as a great recording tool for guitarists wanting to lay down a bass line, it should be seen as something more. If I want bass(which is sounds very good) I run it through my SWR Redhead, if I want guitar (even old school surf) I run it through my Randall 212...the onboard electronics are absolutely amazing how much they change the sound.

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