Ibanez SR505-BM 5 String Electric Bass Guitar

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Ibanez SR505 Electric Bass
The Ibanez SR505 neck is Only 20.5mm thick at the first fret, with a 34" scale. The SR5 neck provides more comfortable playing than standard "log" five string necks. The bolt-on All Access neck joint allows easy access to the upper frets.

The Ultra durable die-cast design of the Accu-Cast B25 bridge offers easier string changes than any other bridge. Single screw saddle height adjustment offers better stability than standard double screw designs.

The mahogany body of the Ibanez SR505 bass guitar provides rich, warm lows and sweet sustain, while the rosewood fingerboard offers a strong, bright sound and attractive apperance.

When Ibanez introduced the Soundgear bass nearly 20 years ago, it personified the Ibanez slogan, "Anything But Traditional." At the time, Soundgear was the stuff of bass wizardry: lightweight, curvaceous, thin-necked and equipped with powerful and versatile active electronics - fantastic features

Specifications

  • Neck Material: 5pc Jatoba/ Bubinga
  • Neck Type: SR5
  • Body: Mahogany body
  • 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: BARTOLINI¬ MK-1 (SR)
  • HW Color: CK
  • Finishes: BM

    Neck

  • 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 probably never imagined by the pioneer electric bass players of the 50's.

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