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Ibanez SR5005
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Ibanez SR5005

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

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Ibanez SR5005Published on 09/15/05 at 00:30
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Fabriquage made in japan I am not connected personal United States so it suits me very well ... 24 frets, 2 humbucking type micro Ibanez 3-band active electronics ... Bridge has individual saddles and mechanical finish in matte gold Gotoh really good stuff ... 4 knobs, severe acute pickups volume and balance ...

UTILIZATION

The handle and most excellent, really enjoyable to play it consists of five pieces of wenge and bubinga, wenge is the key benchmarks with inlay aballone (for Neofiti it is the noblest part of the mother ...), the only small problem is that the density of wood the body is smaller (mahogany and ash) which creates an imbalance of the low blow tends to nosedive c a...…
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Fabriquage made in japan I am not connected personal United States so it suits me very well ... 24 frets, 2 humbucking type micro Ibanez 3-band active electronics ... Bridge has individual saddles and mechanical finish in matte gold Gotoh really good stuff ... 4 knobs, severe acute pickups volume and balance ...

UTILIZATION

The handle and most excellent, really enjoyable to play it consists of five pieces of wenge and bubinga, wenge is the key benchmarks with inlay aballone (for Neofiti it is the noblest part of the mother ...), the only small problem is that the density of wood the body is smaller (mahogany and ash) which creates an imbalance of the low blow tends to nosedive c a little weird at first ... The density of the body which gives the 5005 sr clarity in the treble is also its main flaw in my taste because the slightest touch and the pet secured c this bass is extremely fragile to the point that I am considering a short-term to do it in a varnish maker, because I can not sleep at night for fear of damaging it! The ergonomics when it is really a good design is both original and harmonious modern sober ... ibanez is really beautiful instruments I am extremely hard on this point, only the original bass luthiers attract me (Clein look a Moscato, for me the bass legend is the best instrument available ...) and yet I get tired of watching ... The sound is both clear and sharp fat just right in the bass ... If I could change one thing about this bass it would be the wood of the body personally flamed maple and bubinga is the perfection of his ... not to mention the Estetique ...

SOUNDS

Apart from that this instrument is a treat to play one begins with this faster for Fieldy's slap slammed to the pronounced and sharp jaws of war machine ... I really love a lot of models tested and come back all the time but ibanez has all the tastes are in nature is simply the one that suits me, I play mainly metal neo with a predilection for Korn and Coal Chamber, but you can play anything with this bass thanks to active 3-band electronics that offers a wide range of settings ... personally and micro electro ibanez home seem a bit feblards that really drinking, I intend to replace all by Benedetti's (really a must in my opinion, much better now that the Bartolini ...)

OVERALL OPINION

Really love the style, and mechanical damage to the wooden handle of the body but the worst for me are the details spotards the style that really was sick of ugliness, a transfer of urgency and throw the toilet in my opinion. .. I replaced the brass ... I also in my plans to change the handle to refreter by replacing the original frets with other brass nut and the graphite which I could fan of brass frets and frets over the sound and really better ...
Not to be only damage I would say that some things are really succeed ... like the bridge has individual saddles Gotoh's really beautiful, the output jack that fits too well to the body that changes the usual crap out ... The hatch was quick replacement of the battery is really the top I saw the low quality or have to get out the screwdriver, it could seriously ... The body of the bass is narrow waist, c but not much is ergonomically aesthetical to top ...
For Finnie, yes, I do it again even if this choice in order to be at peace with myself I have to change everything about this bass is really the only one I wanted to own outside of my absolute fantasy: a bass legend Moscato 6 strings that will surely one day have my own force of economies! one day it will be mine ... Ooooh YES! one day it will mienneuuuuh!!
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  • Manufacturer: Ibanez
  • Model: SR5005
  • Series: SR Prestige
  • Category: 5+ string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 11/18/2003

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Other names: sr 5005, sr50 05, sr 50 05, sr 5005mm, sr5005 mm, sr50 05mm, sr 50 05mm, sr50 05 mm

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