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Ibanez RD500
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4-string bass guitar from Ibanez belonging to the Roadgear series.

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  • guigaumeguigaume

    Ibanez RD500Published on 04/04/06 at 02:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This bass is made in Korea.
    C is a low round 24 cases including 2 micro duncan a single and a humbucker in bridge position and medium.
    The bridge is an ibanez or ropes are hung inside al
    R & D has four potentiometers with a two-volume master volume for each pickup and a tone booster.
    I do not know how to handle ype c is large enough but they say that it is between that of a jazz bass and precision if a sufficiently long handle

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very pleasant I do not know with what the handle is painted but it slides well.
    acute in the CASC is good in May the last frets are trs end so you have to have the fingers end
    This bass is very ergonomic in form j have …
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    This bass is made in Korea.
    C is a low round 24 cases including 2 micro duncan a single and a humbucker in bridge position and medium.
    The bridge is an ibanez or ropes are hung inside al
    R & D has four potentiometers with a two-volume master volume for each pickup and a tone booster.
    I do not know how to handle ype c is large enough but they say that it is between that of a jazz bass and precision if a sufficiently long handle

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very pleasant I do not know with what the handle is painted but it slides well.
    acute in the CASC is good in May the last frets are trs end so you have to have the fingers end
    This bass is very ergonomic in form j have a jazz bass as a cot and the 500 rd seems smaller but it is heavier
    No one can get the matter which is c, j, but recently bought a jazz bass and I realized that even follows me with the capabilities allusinante rd personality did not really remarkable, if not with an overdrive is great

    SOUNDS

    No matter what style of music suits him with his active electronics can do everything.
    For the moment I play on an Ibanez SW20 but I think change soon because my amp too did not appressed rd if the J have already jou an old Dean Markley amp gives 60W her. J uses as an overdrive effect for the moment
    I can not describe the sounds that we get are a lot
    I prefer the sounds bold, that it gives micro sounds when fully open, and I do not like the slamming n given when the booster is at its lowest tone

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used the last seven months and what is sure is that c low resistance to shock
    J loves the most strength and the capabilities, and I hate the battery Chander (c is active)
    C is my first bass I have the command because I found her design but now i am really proud of your purchase, I think as the first low-j would beat no more
    The ratio quality price is 500 euro c trs good is reasonable
    I do not know if I buy a replacement but if c is active LCaS I do it again the same choice
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  • bernie_006bernie_006

    Ibanez RD500Published on 06/09/10 at 23:36
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I think in Korea, so handle jb, 22frets
    volume, balance, bass, treble, volume is also boosted the preamp

    UTILIZATION

    handle very nice nothing wrong, CCAA Acute and easy
    the weight of the bass I'd say neither heavy nor light
    yes you can get a good sound thanks to the micro duncan ibanez and active electronics

    SOUNDS

    lower rather started to rock, powerful sound, I play on a small amp roland 30watts

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have this bass for 1 year around
    yes I had other low
    that the sound power, especially the way micro bridge MM
    that this opportunity to negotiate on around 250 * / 350 € *
    this bass is worth
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    I think in Korea, so handle jb, 22frets
    volume, balance, bass, treble, volume is also boosted the preamp

    UTILIZATION

    handle very nice nothing wrong, CCAA Acute and easy
    the weight of the bass I'd say neither heavy nor light
    yes you can get a good sound thanks to the micro duncan ibanez and active electronics

    SOUNDS

    lower rather started to rock, powerful sound, I play on a small amp roland 30watts

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have this bass for 1 year around
    yes I had other low
    that the sound power, especially the way micro bridge MM
    that this opportunity to negotiate on around 250 * / 350 € *
    this bass is worth
    See less
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