Ibanez SR300E SVM
The Ibanez SR 300E is currently one of the most popular bass guitars in the world - this is not just a marketing ploy, but the result of research. So what lies behind the success of this model? The SR series of basses was introduced to the market at the end of the 1980s and continues to grow to this day. The SR 300, although the most basic model, also undergoes modifications and improvements. Its current incarnation is equipped with new PowerSpan pickups and a modern preamp, but the essence of the SR series has been retained - versatility and convenience. The SR 300 bass performs well in most musical genres and with a variety of playing techniques. Whether you play with fingers, picks or slaps... you can always adjust the sound to suit your needs. The second issue is ergonomics - the bass is light, perfectly balanced and the neck has a narrow and gentle profile, so we do not fight with the clunkiness of the instrument. The price/performance ratio and the sound potential offered definitely stands out against the competition and it is not surprising that its popularity is growing.
Accu-cast B120 Bridge
The B120's extra-wide string slots can accommodate even the heaviest of gauges. The walls and channels of the new bridge plate effectively ”trap” the saddles, ensuring perfect directional uniformity.
PowerSpan Dual Coil pickups
Developed by Ibanez, the exposed pole pieces of the PowerSpan Dual Coil pickups produce a stronger signal and increase the response of the higher frequencies without sacrificing low end. The result is a tone rich in harmonic detail and dynamic expression.
Ibanez Custom Electronics 3-band EQ w/3-way Power Tap switch
The 3-band EQ works in conjunction with a coil tap switch for maximum control over a wide variety of professional bass tones. Tap Mode (single coil) creates a punchy, dynamic sound with superior articulation. Series Mode (humbucking) delivers a full, warm tone, and Power Tap Mode provides the best of both worlds-combining the clarity of the single coil with the fat bottom end of the humbucker.
Jatoba has a reddish brown color which produces a rich mid range with a crisp high end.