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Ibanez SR1000
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4-string bass guitar from Ibanez belonging to the SR Prestige series.

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  • jadestjadest

    Ibanez SR1000Published on 03/01/07 at 10:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This bass is incredible. His palette of sound is huge, be it funk, aggressive rock or even a jazz studio has everything it comes to sound. The neck is incredible, the slap and the taping is a real gem on this rgal. The Access in 24 cases and the switch is ais micro childish. The knobs are effective and prcis. When the look is superb and lgant.

    UTILIZATION

    The bass is lgre, balanced. The finish is irprochable. The Channel is a rare and ultra-fast jouabilit. All the more sophisticated techniques are played aisment (slap back and forth, taping ...) The sound is standard the Ultra Electronics is active and the range of his rich and varied.

    SOUNDS

    She knows all play reggae,…
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    This bass is incredible. His palette of sound is huge, be it funk, aggressive rock or even a jazz studio has everything it comes to sound. The neck is incredible, the slap and the taping is a real gem on this rgal. The Access in 24 cases and the switch is ais micro childish. The knobs are effective and prcis. When the look is superb and lgant.

    UTILIZATION

    The bass is lgre, balanced. The finish is irprochable. The Channel is a rare and ultra-fast jouabilit. All the more sophisticated techniques are played aisment (slap back and forth, taping ...) The sound is standard the Ultra Electronics is active and the range of his rich and varied.

    SOUNDS

    She knows all play reggae, funk, rock, and jazz fusion mtal, it sounds Fawn trs convincing in all these styles. Only the lack of a passive low, normal.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 10 years and either live in the studio I always return it. I play on many other models of low sometimes worth triple that, but it's still versatilis the back of your finger gives it an advantage almost every time.
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