Made in Japan.
Channel 24 frets diapason 34 ", rosewood fingerboard.
Mechanical ibanez has oil bath and bridge Ibanez VW specific,
Ibanez active pickups
AFR-P neck pickup
AFR-J bridge pickup
adjustment: volume puch-pull with Gain Boost, micro balance, severe, acute, medium
This bass is definitely funky. the bass is round and present clear and accurate mids, treble net and slap.
This handle is a real highway. Fast, accurate, without borders or vibration, the first was the twenty fourth box.
not really small but very balanced, with good strap playing an entire evening without fatigue.
the settings are simple and easy access and ergonomic.
The sound is very Disco-Funk. The strings play a leading role in sticking to your style, but this bass can not stand mediocrity. In my opinion (very personal), games are what Daddario agree best. Currently I have installed the XL flatwood to regain its a little vintage and I really agree.
I play rock, folk, RnB, variety of sound without a problem, it suit me perfectly. This bass is very versatile with the quality of the audio settings.
For some time I play on a Messa Carbine M3. The sound is just huge.
No real effects, just a small compressor and a wah bass Dunlopp but most of the temp I play live. I want the sound very clean and the couple guitar / amp filled that role perfectly.
I have this bass for 12 years, it increased only once in the luthier.
weight and more .......
the housing of the battery which tends to vibrate. a small box has solved this problem.
the price remains high in time for the buyer.
Sound very funky.
The quality of the onboard electronics.
The price remains high in time for the seller. Quality requires
I tried quite a few other low before and since, I probably would do the same choice at the same price.