Ibanez Bass Workshop SRH505F – SR “Aerium”If you crave a new bass tool to enrich your creative palette, the Ibanez Bass Workshop may have already built your next instrument. This new product group foc... Click To Read More About This Product
Ibanez Bass Workshop SRH505F – SR “Aerium”
If you crave a new bass tool to enrich your creative palette, the Ibanez Bass Workshop may have already built your next instrument. This new product group focuses on combining unusual concepts with the bass-building virtuosity on which Ibanez has built its reputation.
Unlike other hollow body basses, the SRH boasts a unique concept: the integration of the authentic feel expected in a hollow body and the key features that distinguish SRH as a contemporary bass. With its sleek, compact, comfortable lightweight body, the SRH breaks another boundary to open up your playing.
With its maximized hollow space, Spruce top and Mahogany back and sides, the 55 mm-thick semi-hollow body delivers a rich acoustic tone. The specially designed forearm contour on the body top offers playing comfort, and adds an elegant accent to its appearance. A bound Rosewood fingerboard features black fret lines that balance competing goals for guiding positions and keep the fretboard from disturbing the atmosphere expected in a fretless layout. A contoured neck heel is applied to create a deep neck joint with unfettered access to upper frets. The custom bridge contains the magic of the AeroSilk Piezo system, which works with D'Addario ECB81 flat wound strings to provide that sense of “air” that characterizes the upright sound.
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Comments about Ibanez SRH505F 5-String Fretless Hollowbody Electric Bass Guitar:
Went to GC to pick up some accessories and saw this hangin' on the wall. Had to check it out as fretless is my main axe (73' Jazz Bass). The unique hollow sound and excellent playability was surprising for an inexpensive piece. Had to have it. Been using it for about 6 months now and I like it more each time I pick it up. Plus it's easy on the shoulder muscles. You can get a wide range of tone just by playing near bridge or neck, from plunky to big hollow upright sounds. Put a little chorus on it and go...sounds great. Highly recommended
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