I do not know the country of manufacture.
Body and handle Rabl. Touche bne.
5 string B-pillar grave, E, A, D, G.
24 boxes on the left, 23 on D, 22 on others.
Bridge "Mono Rail": each string possde his "bridge."
Pickups: 1 micro gnral, polyphonic Piezo pickups + 5, ie 1 on each deck of each string. Each Piezo volume adjustable (by the rear of the bass).
4 buttons: a volume gnral, a balance between micro and Piezo gnral's or two at the same time, a sharp boost and a bass boost.
Low active, two 9V batteries.
Design by Rolf Spuler, luthier Switzerland numrote.
The handle end is trs (flat), which makes the game as given the 5-string, including spacing between each is kind an almost 4-string.
Access in acute ais is it even possible to use the G major chord almost until the box 20.
The bass is trslgre, the optimal balance is standing as sitting.
There is a small rail between the base of the neck and microphone, which involved providing multiple opportunities to put the thumb.
This bass is trs type jazz, funk and even with the B major.
I lay in my possession for 3 years. Its a 2 hands.
I found on the net the year of distribution: Diban 2000 catalog.
To supplement what has already been written on this bass, I just had some information on low numbered 0324 that I possess, manufacture date would be 1992, it was manufactured in Japan by Fujigen Gakki Ibanez, maintenance Wood would be with oil completely dry (I think the company Rolf Spuller where does this information means, with floor wax), I have no idea of its value, it is in perfect condition and sounds very bien.Si someone could give me an indicative price! thank you
Channel wide but very thin, very easy, it is soft, without access to acute problems, sounds easy.
I play with no effect, never pick a little slap fender amp bassmann 400
I use it for 2 1 / 2 months, I have 3 other basses Fender American JB, warwick corvette double buck, an imitation Hofner Violin Bass, they all have something !!!!!