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5+ string bass guitar from Ibanez belonging to the SR Prestige series

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  • bergerberger

    Ibanez SR1005EBGPublished on 10/16/08 at 02:56
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Bubinga neck-through Maple and 24 cases
    Micro custom Bartolini
    Equalizer 3Band low for parametric mid, high
    Volume / Balance
    Maple body
    Rosewood
    Mono Rail IV bridge

    UTILIZATION

    I came to try a Cort A5. I have so much hassle on the handle rather short and curled around one hour after adjusting the bridge and the anxious look of the seller.
    I took the bass side has an ibanez sr 1005's.
    Here nickel;
    34 pitch "more in line with my game
    lighter, super balanced even on his knees, and nice round end (45 x 21.5 at nut)
    the slap, it takes a bit to be precise between the strings, but the fingers pass.
    no resonance bizarre behind the finger (between the cargo and nut…
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    Bubinga neck-through Maple and 24 cases
    Micro custom Bartolini
    Equalizer 3Band low for parametric mid, high
    Volume / Balance
    Maple body
    Rosewood
    Mono Rail IV bridge

    UTILIZATION

    I came to try a Cort A5. I have so much hassle on the handle rather short and curled around one hour after adjusting the bridge and the anxious look of the seller.
    I took the bass side has an ibanez sr 1005's.
    Here nickel;
    34 pitch "more in line with my game
    lighter, super balanced even on his knees, and nice round end (45 x 21.5 at nut)
    the slap, it takes a bit to be precise between the strings, but the fingers pass.
    no resonance bizarre behind the finger (between the cargo and nut)

    SOUNDS

    Well, I did not plugged ... oops!
    yes I like to shut myself up in a first contact a local quietly and listen to sound what is happening (this is often a good indicator).
    and then I was so disappointed with the Cort A5 I really wanted to buy on the spot.
    I have not thought connected the SR 1005 is still more expensive (1200 euros anyway)
    So I put 10 in acoustics .... more soon when I have tried / purchased

    OVERALL OPINION

    Well, I can not vote for now.
    but I was looking very promising.
    FYI I'm used to playing on a custom fretless Barrillon 5C (more upscale).
    and I'm pretty demanding next round :-)
    I'll probably buy it soon.
    She seduced me ;-)
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