The TMB310 gets back to basics and delivers a one-two punch by combining a passive P/Double J pickup configuration with a retro Ibanez body design for a bass that delivers in looks and sound. Feature... Click To Read More About This Product
The TMB310 gets back to basics and delivers a one-two punch by combining a passive P/Double J pickup configuration with a retro Ibanez body design for a bass that delivers in looks and sound. Features include a Mahogany body for a warm, punchy tone, a Maple neck, and a Standard bridge. A bound Rosewood fretboard with Block inlays and a black pickguard complete the classic vibe with a stylish, finished look. Electronics consist of a Custom 2-band Active EQ with an Ibanez DXP neck pickup and a DJ2 double J bridge pickup for extra punch. A Split Coil Switch provides a single coil option in the bridge position for heightened definition.
Neck: TMB4 Maple
Fretboard: Bound Rosewood
Inlay: Acrylic block inlay
Pickups: Dynamix P neck pickup, Dynamix J2 bridge pickup
EQ: Ibanez Custom Electronics 2-band EQ
Bridge: Std. bridge
Hardware color: Chrome
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Comments about Ibanez Talman Bass TMB310 4-String Electric Bass Guitar:
This bass is fantastic! I bought the Turquoise model and love the color, especially with the matching headstock. The fit and finish is perfect and it has such a wide array of tones with the P/J pick ups. The bound neck was very well done and adds a touch of class. Setup was perfect out of the box and I didn't have to adjust a thing. Neck was straight, action was low, frets were level and very smooth at the edges, there wasn't the slights bit of buzz anywhere. Even the intonation was spot on, all I had to do was tune it up.
The neck was very glossy and I didn't get along with that at all, my had tends to stick to glossy necks. I much prefer a satin finish. A couple of swipes with a green Scotch Brite pad and it felt a lot better. Enough better that I knew I wouldn't be sending it back so a few more swipes with the pad and it was perfect. I think it's now the slickest neck on any guitar or bass I own.
There is a hint of neck dive due to the shortened upper horn compared to say a Jazz body but it's not a deal breaker. I still may replace the tuners with Hipshot Ultralites and that should eliminate it completely but there's no hurry on it. It would just make a great bass even better.
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