Made for the heavy rock player, the SRX500 features strong-output PFR (passive full-range) pickups with 2-band EQ. Its low-profile, flat-surface, Accu-Cast bridge makes for easy playing and easy strin... Click To Read More About This Product
Made for the heavy rock player, the SRX500 features strong-output PFR (passive full-range) pickups with 2-band EQ. Its low-profile, flat-surface, Accu-Cast bridge makes for easy playing and easy string install. Basswood body with flamed maple top. 3-piece maple neck with rosewood fretboard, medium frets, and pearl dot markers.
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My room mate bought this bass as an upgrade to his Fender P-Bass. The difference in quality, sound, and playability is amazing. It is currently hooked up to a Fender Bassman amp, and it sounds gorgeous. The tone is full and balanced between the lows, mids, and highs. I love the bright color of the body, and have had many compliments on the look while playing it. So far I haven't had any problems with it, and have no complaints.
My wife surprised me with an SRX500 for Christmas. I couldn't be happier. This bass shreds! The tonality is excellent, it is very smooth and easy to play. I'm no pro but I know what I like, and I like this bass alot!
Have had the Bass for about 6 months. I was not going to buy a new one, but the price was really right. For my style it just rocks the low notes on the E string, but can plays well on any string or fret. For really tough grind metal this bass is it.
The SRX500 was one if the first basses I bought. I have been through several others since including a couple high end models and this one is still my favorite. The tonal varieties this dude puts out is unmatched. I love the thin neck that almost never goes out of tune, and the spot on reliable electronics. The guitar players in my band also use Ibanez axes along with Strats and Les Pauls, but we all swear by the Rock solid sound and reliability of the Ibanez guitars. I've lost money swaping around, trying other much more expensive basses thinking high dollar meant high quality, but I was wrong. My stock SRX with D'addario "Chromes" flat wounds on it always takes the show. This will be the last bass you ever buy.