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Ibanez SRC6 Crossover 6-String Electric Bass Flat Walnut

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The Ibanez Bass Workshop framework melds superlative craftsmanship and technology with design innovation bassists know and expect of Ibanez. The SR Crossover sets the pace for this new breed, explorin... Click To Read More About This Product


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The Ibanez Bass Workshop framework melds superlative craftsmanship and technology with design innovation bassists know and expect of Ibanez. The SR Crossover sets the pace for this new breed, exploring a vast yet largely unexplored middle ground where the world of bass and guitar converge to create a fresh new spectrum of sound, open to bassists and guitarists alike.

  • Neck type: SRC 5pc Jatoba/Bubinga neck
  • Body: Mahogany body
  • Fretboard: Rosewood fretboard w/Abalone oval inlay
  • Fret: Medium frets
  • Scale length: 30"
  • Number of frets: 24
  • Bridge: Tight-End bridge (10.8mm string spacing)
  • Neck pu: EMG 35HZ neck pickup (Passive)
  • Bridge pu: EMG 35HZ bridge pickup (Passive)
  • Equaliser: EQB-IIID 3-band EQ
  • Hardware color: Cosmo black
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IbanezSRC6 Crossover 6-String Electric Bass

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Groovy new paint brush to create with!

By Foxwalker

from Fairfax va

About Me Experienced


  • Can feel the wood grain!
  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel
  • Good Pick Up
  • Good Tone
  • Solid Electronics


    Best Uses

    • Experimenting
    • Guitarist's need to record bass lines
    • Jamming
    • Recording

    Comments about Ibanez SRC6 Crossover 6-String Electric Bass:

    Bought this used from Guitar Center, and was immediately taken by this new brush to paint with. After playing around, mimicking the Cure, and some old surf riffs, it was found as something to grab when writing, looping, or just allowing the vibe to flow. I did replace the volume/tone knobs with black ones that then matched the abalone inlays. I had no negative issues with it. Tuning was great, neck was just right. No dead spots. I am a pretty fat guy and was even fatter when I owned it, no issues. I did sell it last year as I needed to lessen my collection which had gotten ridiculous for a man who hasn't gigged in almost 20 years.

    (0 of 3 customers found this review helpful)


    Some SRC 6 designers & engineers should be flipping burgers

    By Less-Than-Delighted Owner

    from Earth

    About Me Experienced

    Verified Buyer


    • Good Pick Up
    • Good Tone


      Best Uses

        Comments about Ibanez SRC6 Crossover 6-String Electric Bass:

        Yummy stuff
        Short scale length 30", those high B and E strings are welcome, 24 usable frets

        GREAT neck and fretboard, play melodies and harmonies on it like a tenor saxophone

        Light, not bulky, ideal for when you don't want to schlep a big 34" scale bass and for gigs with cramped stages

        Well-constructed, superb satin-finished unpainted woodwork, attractive black-chrome hardware and tight abalone inlays

        Headstock w/Mosrite-style bend, medium-size tuners, fretwork, overall finish, splendid craftsmanship, neck profile, action, EMG pickups, bridge design

        Blah but can live with it
        Active EQ works fine, "Fear of battery failure at inopportune time," 'would prefer passive tone controls

        10.8 mm string spacing is tight for finger-plucking, best to use a pick, BUT (see below)

        Truly Yucky Stuff
        Battery 9V mount has old 2-hair-thin-wires double-snap mount a la "designed to break and fail" philosophy, THIS IS BAD ENGINEERING for 2016

        Volume and Blend knobs immediately adjacent to bridge pickup are less than 3/4" from pickup, interfering with right hand when pick is used, THIS IS BAD DESIGN; unnecessary and avoidable, since space exists for them to be sited further toward the strap-button end of right lower bout

        Body is too "small" for this average-sized player to comfortably play seated and left forearm does not rest naturally seated or standing. Venerable 1960s Gibson SG, Fender VI and Mosrite solidbody short-scale bases have this AND knobs placement RIGHT

        You'd think Ibanez would have learned knobs-location from the best short-scale bass makers in the last 50 years and about modern, clip-less battery boxes (e.g. Carvin/Kiesel)?

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