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RD300, 4-string bass guitar from Ibanez in the Roadgear series.


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Ibanez RD300 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Ibanez
  • Model:RD300
  • Series:Roadgear
  • Category:4-string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 07/05/2006

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Ibanez RD300 user reviews

Average Score:4.6( 4.6/5 based on 4 reviews )
 3 reviews75 %
 1 user review25 %
Audience: Value For Money :
-AmA-07/05/2006

-AmA-'s review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Ibanez RD300
It was manufactured in Indonesia, a beautiful "Made in Indonesia" is engraved under the serial number. Frets.pour 24 It is not like the rest demmander, am new ...

UTILIZATION

The handle is a pleasure, but hey, I reminds that this is my first low and then I have no points comparaison.L access to acute is relatively easy, must have long fingers what. It was well in hand, it is not too heavy. It takes a good sound, m ^ me me I get no vibrating strings.

SOUNDS

Personally, I'm more into the rock, and it leaves me the sound I want if I do not know if it was made for that. I play on a bass amp Stagg CA-50B.

OVERALL OPINION

This is my first bass, I chose becaufe a music store and liquidate its store messages and nicknames that I falsh on it, I got to 50% while out of the box ^ ^.
For me it was low to begin with but the more I play, the more I realize that it is built to last, for me it is a good buy, I would do without hesitation.
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bassman_connection06/15/2009

bassman_connection's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Ibanez RD300
This bass has a classic design!
The microphone works very well and are arranged so that they can play very easily Slap for novices. There are three possible settings, one for volume one for the Treble, and the third used to adjust the microphones to the style you want to play, more rounded in jazz, blues or post-rock, more acute, ideal for rock 'n' roll, ska or the slap (adapting the treble) and finally a more nasal sound which is suitable for metal, punk, to industrial ...

UTILIZATION

The handle is very nice, easy access to treble, the bass is well proportioned and is not heavy. You can get a very good sound, it depends on what one wants to play, but it is not inaccessible for beginners.

SOUNDS

It is ideally suited to the styles that I play are many, it works fine with my old Yamaha 120W. And what is sounds, I'll retype what I have described: There are three possible settings, one for volume one for the Treble, and the third used to adjust the microphones to the style you want to play, rounder for jazz and the blues and post-rock, more acute, ideal for rock 'n' roll, ska or the slap (adapting the treble) and finally a more nasal sound which is suitable for metal , to punk, to industrial ...
I do not like the sound very tinny, but played no tabs this gives a hard sound, without being hardcore.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 6 months, and I sincerely believe that such a price, this bass is far better than any other in the same low price range, it is a nice snook at a low among Cort Action Bass, which I find good overall but limited capabilities.
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funky.pierro06/15/2009

funky.pierro's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Ibanez RD300
Even earlier opinion!

UTILIZATION

Even earlier opinion!

SOUNDS

Is low enough that allows versatile, I think playing all sorts of styles.
I think it is particularly suited to rock, but it can have a nice round sound for jazz or reggae.
I play jazz / bossa / funk it fits well.
Personally, I add some acute and serious history to have a round sound and far (I leave the amp settings flat).
The result is a sound that growls in the bass (like the Jazz bass) n punchy in the midrange and rather soft in the treble.
It reacts much to attack you give the strings and the position of your right hand to the handle (very mild near the handle, the more aggressive near the bridge).
With regard to the slap, it has a very particular sound (quite far from the Jazz Bass), one can easily adapt with different settings.

OVERALL OPINION

I own this bass for 2 years and I have the impression that it was she who found me rather than vice versa, because when I tried it, I knew she had all the qualities that I hoped.
It was probably one of the best value for money.

I like his versatility, ergonomics inimitable presence.

I will say in conclusion that we should try this bass to really realize what it's worth.
The sound and style can not please everyone.

Anyway, I'll buy the same if it was redone.
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maguitare11/18/2009

maguitare's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Ibanez RD300
24 Frets
2 pickups: 1 single and a double humbuking
3 knobs (volume, tone and mic selection)
Bolt
Mechanical oil bath

UTILIZATION

The handle is very comfortable and easy access to acute.
The bass is not heavy nor light, but just what it takes to feel the instrument.
The sound is really very good and surprising for a passive bass thanks to its dual microphone that provides as much potato as active.
Ibanez gave us a great product on this one!

SOUNDS

I find it really over a packet of active bass that are worth double.
It is very versatile and can play anything with.
The slap is a treat!

OVERALL OPINION

it's been 3 years since I have and I still love it as much especially with black lacquer finish very classy and timeless.
I advise even experienced players, and more for less than 300 euros must not deprive yourself.
An excellent value!
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