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

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  • ibanez7stringsaddictedibanez7stringsaddicted

    a killing

    Ibanez SR1006EFMPublished on 11/19/11 at 02:26
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Low factory in Japan in the workshops Ibanez Nagoya

    Saddle sleeve / walnut plywood conductor 24 frets.
    Bartolini active pickups with active EQ vari-mid.
    1 volume knob, one balance, one for bass, one treble, one for frquence of mediums and one for the amount of mediums.
    I glue a big 9

    UTILIZATION

    trs enjoyable round even for someone with small hands.

    Silhouette ultra enjoyable.

    Get a sound is pretty easy (although I have since removed the bartolini to replace pickups and electronics with EMGs) is all for taking the time to play around with the knobs to refine his sound.
    I put him there again big 9

    SOUNDS

    as said above, I have little but it sounds jou wi…
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    Low factory in Japan in the workshops Ibanez Nagoya

    Saddle sleeve / walnut plywood conductor 24 frets.
    Bartolini active pickups with active EQ vari-mid.
    1 volume knob, one balance, one for bass, one treble, one for frquence of mediums and one for the amount of mediums.
    I glue a big 9

    UTILIZATION

    trs enjoyable round even for someone with small hands.

    Silhouette ultra enjoyable.

    Get a sound is pretty easy (although I have since removed the bartolini to replace pickups and electronics with EMGs) is all for taking the time to play around with the knobs to refine his sound.
    I put him there again big 9

    SOUNDS

    as said above, I have little but it sounds jou with microphones original taient excellent, low Submitted trs, trs versatile.
    APRS is not a jazz bass or a prcsion therefore not expect to find sounds.
    I would still put the 9 to the sounds (although I prfr the EMGs in order to swing with my BTB remains Barto passes and ending for fretless and have a complementarity 2 pieces if low).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a few months, it is perfect, not too heavy, easy to play.
    With EMGs, it became a war machine, but dj before, should not push too hard bass, dj Barto sending wood, I was easily my windows vibrate.
    I like the highlights too low for this to find weaknesses. s still one I would put a big fat 9
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