Ibanez SR505E Standard Bass, 5 String, Brown Mahogany

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Ibanez SR505E Standard Bass, 5 String, Brown Mahogany

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Ibanez SR505E Standard Bass, 5 String, Brown Mahogany Overview

The Ibanez SR505E features an Okoume body which offers a warm and fat low end. The thin, sturdy and stable Jatoba/Walnut neck offers superior playability when combined with the extended neck joint, making the upper frets easily accessible.

This SR505E is equipped with Bartolini® BH2 pickups in a dual-coil style configuration with a lower resonant frequency, providing a balanced, warm response with a tighter bottom end and a fuller midrange.

The Ibanez Custom Electronics 3-band EQ features a 3-way mid-frequency switch, allowing for precise tonal control (250 Hz, 450 Hz, and 700 Hz) and an EQ bypass switch for passive-only operation. When the EQ bypass is activated, the treble tone control knob becomes the global tone control for the passive circuit.

The B500 bridge has adjustable saddles for string spacing adjustments, answering every bassist’s individual string spacing demands, no matter what playing style. The saddles can be adjusted +/-1.5mm. The neck-end adjustment allows you to tweak the neck easily. The SR Series continues to satisfy the vast needs of bass players, exciting them with the SR’s smooth and fast neck, lightweight body and perfectly matched electronics.

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Rated 5.00 out of 5 08/6/2021

Not my first bass but definitely my first bass of any good quality and the difference between this and my 2nd hand Kramer are chalk and cheese. My first 5th string aswell and I'm loving it. Finish is superb. Tone out of the box is gorgeous plugged into a basic solid state orange. Also this is possibly the lightest bass I've played which I think is worth mentioning. All in all I'm in love with my new bass.

Callum Walker

Rated 5.00 out of 5 01/3/2021

Very happy with bass and service.

Simon Hulse