Ibanez SR755
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Average Score:5.0(5/5 based on 1 review)
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heads on fire12/26/2011

heads on fire's review"This is a fantastic bass, bar none."

Ibanez SR755
SPECS
Neck Material: 5pc Jatoba/ Bubinga
Neck Type: SR5
Body: Mahogany body/ Walnut top
Frets: Medium frets
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Inlay: Abalone oval inlay
Bridge: Accu-Cast B25 bridge
NeckPU: Bartolini® MK1-5-F
BridgePU: Bartolini® MK1-5-R
EQ: EQB-IIIS
HW Color: Gold
Finishes: BSF


NECK DIMENSIONS

Scale/Length 864mm/34"
a: Width at Nut 45mm
b: Width Last Fret 67mm
c: Thickness 1st Fret 19.5mm
d: Thickness 12th Fret 21.5mm
Radius 305mm
PICKUPS
Bridge Pickup
Name: BARTOLINI® MK1
Model No: MK1-5-R
Construction: Humbucking/Passive
Magnet: Ceramic
Description: Five string version of MK1-4-R. High output with well balanced tone.

Neck Pickup
Name: BARTOLINI® MK1
Model No: MK1-5-F
Construction: Humbucking/Passive
Magnet: Ceramic
Description: Five string version of MK1-4-F. High output with well balanced tone.


UTILIZATION

This is one amazing instrument, all the way around. The first thing that hit me was how nice the wood and finish were - this looks like incredibly high-end work. Granted, this is not a cheap bass, but the woods and finish of this axe look like something costing much more. Playability-wise, this bass absolutely smokes! Any kind of technique I wanted to play was effortless on this.

SOUNDS

These Bartolinis paired with the EQ circuit Ibanez has come up with are a really special combination. Any type of sound, modern, vintage, avant garde...this bass can come up with a tone that is not just passable, but spot-on. I can't think of a genre this bass wouldn't be perfect for. The low B was tight, clear, and massive.

OVERALL OPINION

This is a fantastic instrument, bar none. This could be a perfect choice for all but the absolutely most discriminating world-class pro, and most of those guys are picky enough to play their own signature models anyways! I am a huge fan of this bass, and I would highly recommend any bassist of any experience level to check it out. Overall a 10, based upon price point. But I'd still give it a 10 if it was twice as much!