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Ibanez SRMS806 Bass Guitar SoundGear ProActive
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Ibanez SRMS806 Bass Guitar SoundGear ProActive

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The Ibanez Bass Workshop SRMS806 is built from an exciting blend of tonewoods. A poplar-burl-topped walnut/mahogany body delivers a warm, earthy tone with a round bottom and bright top end. A 5-piece jatoba/walnut neck makes a fine tonal complement, while supplying excellent comfort and stability. The SRMS806's multi-scale fingerboard offers optimal tension and playability. Experience superior intonation and vibration transference, thanks to a Mono-Rail VS bridge. A duo of Bartolini BH2 dual-coil pickups yields incredible depth and clarity, a 3-band EQ allows for further sonic sculpting, and a 3-way midrange switch rounds out the SRMS806's controls. To top it all off, the Bass Workshop SRMS806 features black matte hardware for a sleek, eye-catching look.

  • Poplar-burl-topped walnut/mahogany body delivers a earthy tone with a round bottom and bright top end
  • 5-piece jatoba/walnut neck makes a fine tonal complement and supplies excellent comfort and stability
  • Multi-scale fingerboard offers optimal tension and playability
  • Mono-Rail VS bridge ensures complete string isolation and maximum sustain per string
  • Bartolini BH2 dual-coil pickups deliver clear and open mids with deep and punchy lows
  • Shape your tone with an active 3-band EQ, complete with 3-way midrange switch for added versatility
  • Eye-catching black matte hardware

The Ibanez Bass Workshop SRMS806 is built from an exciting blend of tonewoods. A poplar-burl-topped walnut/mahogany body delivers a warm, earthy tone with a round bottom and bright top end. A 5-piece jatoba/walnut neck makes a fine tonal complement, while supplying excellent comfort and stability. The SRMS806's multi-scale fingerboard offers optimal tension and playability. Experience superior intonation and vibration transference, thanks to a Mono-Rail VS bridge. A duo of Bartolini BH2 dual-coil pickups yields incredible depth and clarity, a 3-band EQ allows for further sonic sculpting, and a 3-way midrange switch rounds out the SRMS806's controls. To top it all off, the Bass Workshop SRMS806 features black matte hardware for a sleek, eye-catching look.

  • Poplar-burl-topped walnut/mahogany body delivers a earthy tone with a round bottom and bright top end
  • 5-piece jatoba/walnut neck makes a fine tonal complement and supplies excellent comfort and stability
  • Multi-scale fingerboard offers optimal tension and playability
  • Mono-Rail VS bridge ensures complete string isolation and maximum sustain per string
  • Bartolini BH2 dual-coil pickups deliver clear and open mids with deep and punchy lows
  • Shape your tone with an active 3-band EQ, complete with 3-way midrange switch for added versatility
  • Eye-catching black matte hardware

The Ibanez Bass Workshop SRMS806 is built from an exciting blend of tonewoods. A poplar-burl-topped walnut/mahogany body delivers a warm, earthy tone with a round bottom and bright top end. A 5-piece jatoba/walnut neck makes a fine tonal complement, while supplying excellent comfort and stability. The SRMS806's multi-scale fingerboard offers optimal tension and playability. Experience superior intonation and vibration transference, thanks to a Mono-Rail VS bridge. A duo of Bartolini BH2 dual-coil pickups yields incredible depth and clarity, a 3-band EQ allows for further sonic sculpting, and a 3-way midrange switch rounds out the SRMS806's controls. To top it all off, the Bass Workshop SRMS806 features black matte hardware for a sleek, eye-catching look.

  • Poplar-burl-topped walnut/mahogany body delivers a earthy tone with a round bottom and bright top end
  • 5-piece jatoba/walnut neck makes a fine tonal complement and supplies excellent comfort and stability
  • Multi-scale fingerboard offers optimal tension and playability
  • Mono-Rail VS bridge ensures complete string isolation and maximum sustain per string
  • Bartolini BH2 dual-coil pickups deliver clear and open mids with deep and punchy lows
  • Shape your tone with an active 3-band EQ, complete with 3-way midrange switch for added versatility
  • Eye-catching black matte hardware

The Ibanez Bass Workshop SRMS806 is built from an exciting blend of tonewoods. A poplar-burl-topped walnut/mahogany body delivers a warm, earthy tone with a round bottom and bright top end. A 5-piece jatoba/walnut neck makes a fine tonal complement, while supplying excellent comfort and stability. The SRMS806's multi-scale fingerboard offers optimal tension and playability. Experience superior intonation and vibration transference, thanks to a Mono-Rail VS bridge. A duo of Bartolini BH2 dual-coil pickups yields incredible depth and clarity, a 3-band EQ allows for further sonic sculpting, and a 3-way midrange switch rounds out the SRMS806's controls. To top it all off, the Bass Workshop SRMS806 features black matte hardware for a sleek, eye-catching look.

  • Poplar-burl-topped walnut/mahogany body delivers a earthy tone with a round bottom and bright top end
  • 5-piece jatoba/walnut neck makes a fine tonal complement and supplies excellent comfort and stability
  • Multi-scale fingerboard offers optimal tension and playability
  • Mono-Rail VS bridge ensures complete string isolation and maximum sustain per string
  • Bartolini BH2 dual-coil pickups deliver clear and open mids with deep and punchy lows
  • Shape your tone with an active 3-band EQ, complete with 3-way midrange switch for added versatility
  • Eye-catching black matte hardware

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