The K5 Fieldy Signature five-string bass delivers all the elements that the Korn bassist needs for his one-of-a-kind style and tone. It all starts with a mahogany body and a durable five-piece maple/w... Read More
The K5 Fieldy Signature five-string bass delivers all the elements that the Korn bassist needs for his one-of-a-kind style and tone. It all starts with a mahogany body and a durable five-piece maple/walnut neck with rosewood fretboard.
Active ADX5 humbucking pickups provide quiet yet dynamic, punchy sound from all five strings, giving you your own taste of Fieldy's signature growl. Two different-sized bobbins provide even string output individually calibrated for the neck and bridge positions. A Vari-mid EQ with sweepable midrange allows you to dial in any kind of bass sound, including Fieldy's preference of no midrange at all.
Case sold separately.
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i have been playing korn song for a year now with my peavey bxp 5 string and it was ok. then i got the k5 and now my house shakes it small lite weight and very easy to play. i play it through a peavey tour 450 and a fender 4x10 and the bottom end is unbleaveable.its worth the money.
Fieldy has always been one of my inspirations as a bassist so I've wanted this bass for a long time. I recently got it it and I am very pleased with it. The motto for it is, "With Korn's sound, any sound is possible" for this bass that is actually true. Being a 5 string bass that is already true but the bass also has 6 EQ's on it which really gives you any sound you want. When you get this bass it will have the clicky sound that Fieldy is known for.If you hate that sound, you will need to adjust the action a bit. If you are looking for a great bass the K5 is a great choice. Also I should mention the K5 is practically weightless. Fieldy likes his basses lightweight and man I was shocked when I first picked it up and felt how light it was. It really does have a lot of options and if you are also a fan of Fieldy's and want his sound, obviously this is the one to buy. The only bad things I can think of are some people may hate how light it is, the paint on the body can easily be chipped off (so trim those nails before playing if you play with your fingers)and the main problem I had was that the Ibanez booklet it comes with doesn't explain the EQ's so you gotta go on the website to see what they do.
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