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Ibanez SR300 Left-Handed Bass Guitar
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Precise tonal control with the Style Sweeper EQ.

This left-handed model of the Ibanez SR300 is a sleek bass guitar with superb tone thanks to its 2 EXF pickups. Its Style Sweeper EQ lets you dial up just the right tone with its Style Sweeper Finger-Slap, Balance, Treble, Bass, and volume controls. The lefty bass has a comfortable 5-piece maple/rosewood neck and agathis body that makes for snazzy looks and smooth playing. Case sold separately.

Ibanez SR300 Left-Handed Bass Guitar Features:

  • Sleek, comfortable 5-piece maple/rosewood neck
    High-output EXF pickups
    Tilted output jack for unobtrusive cord placement
    Easy-access 9V battery compartment, powering Style Sweeper EQ
    Case sold separately

Ibanez SR300 Left-Handed Bass Guitar

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  • First Bass

    As reviewed by Christopher Ledda on 9/27/2012

    As stated this is my first bass guitar, I started playing bass a few months ago and I've been playing on a different model ibanez. I will also note that I have been playing on a right handed one at that upside down. I really liked the sound of the ibanez. When I got to guitar center I played on a few different basses and as I was putting one back the SR300 caught my eye, with its midnight black sparkle paint job, and its gunmetal/pewter hardware, to its smooth black CAP pickups. I held it and was in love, it was just so gorgeous looking, and then I was assisted and got to plug in to the largest bass amp available in the store. It was at that moment I knew I was going home with that instrument. I play hard rock, blues, metal, and some light rock/jazzy sounding stuff, and this guitar is able to deliver on all spectrums with its 4 tonal tuners that you are able to get really nice blends. The Neck is solid and is comprised of 5 pieces of wood, looking at the back looks like candy. This is my first bass as I said and I am so happy I spent a little more to go for this one, its light enough that it doesn't fatigue your shoulder with a strap and its heavy enough that it still feels like you have a sturdy well constructed instrument. Looks alone, I give it 5 stars, sound I give 5 stars just based on the amount of musical range you achieve with this bass, and feel I give 5 stars, great price for the craftsmanship.

    5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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  • Perfect bass

    As reviewed by Mike M on 4/16/2010

    I received this bass in and it has lived up to the hype in its ad. The neck feels right, my hand doesn't tire or cramp up with it. The pick ups are crisp, the EQ allows me to adjust the sound to get the perfect metal gallop like Maiden without the knock. I can adjust it out for a deep funk or Jazz and did I mention it is just beautiful. I'd recommend it to any left hander.

    32 of 33 people found this review helpful.
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  • Excellent mid-range Bass guitar

    As reviewed by Adnan on 5/9/2011

    If youre in the market for a good intermediate priced bass guitar , you wont be very happy with this gtr. Gorgeous design, slim smooth neck, good style sweeper function, clear pickup tone (not like cheap ceramic sounding pickups), good electronics with tonnes of flexibility in tone. WARNING: Play the same model at different stores first. Even the same SR300 i played at different stores had different amounts of frett buzz, diff necks. They should all be the same but they are not. I left a SR300 at the chicago/halsted guitar store cos it buzzed too much at certain frets and the cheaper GSR100 had less fret buzz. finally bought an SR300 at Villa Park GC because it had a better neck. Was very close to getting the Ibanez GSR100 which is a good entry level quality bass gtr, but back of neck is less smooth, pickups sound al little less 'clean' (ceramic like tone) and less output as compared to the SR300. SUMMARY : 1. try to PLAY the guitar , and try it UNPLUGGED (it should sound sweet unplugged too). Dont order over the internet. 2. All wood sounds different, all guitars, even the same model, sound different. 3. If you're a left handed player , pay more and get a dedicated left handed guitar. You'll be happier. You wont get the same sound or feel by just changing the strings and nut around.

    2 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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