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Ibanez SRA500

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

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In 2010, Ibanez introduces the SRA, the newest addition to its SR family of bass guitars.

For the SRA, Ibanez says it "forged the "Slim & Fast" of their SR Soundgear bass model with the "Heavy Bottom" of the SRX Soundgear Xtreme to beget this new monster"

SRA basses feature contoured arched tops with flat-back bodies, and are equipped with EMG-HZ pickups.

The SRA500 four-string and SRA505 five-string feature quilted maple tops and mahogany bodies with the EQB-3C 3-band EQ. The more affordable SRA300 four-string and SRA305 five-string feature mahogany bodies with the PHAT active bass boost.

For more information, visit www.ibanez.com.
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