Ibanez 6+ String Electric Bass
Available at:La Mesa, CA
Available at:Nashua, NH
Available at:Southington, CT
Available at:Summerlin, NV
Available at:Pueblo, CO
Available at:Sugar Land, TX
Available at:Pittsburgh, PA
One of the marks of a great instrument maker is a drive to do things differently. For an example of that, you don't need to look any further than Ibanez. With the simple philosophy of "Anything but traditional," they've made it their goal to deliver looks, feel and performance that stand out from the crowd. Nowhere is that better seen than in this lineup of Ibanez 6 and 8 string electric bass guitars. After all, if you're devoted to taking your craft in innovative new directions, specialty basses are the perfect fit. Maybe that's the reason why Ibanez has always been a leader in this class, and you can see the results of their long experience right here in this section.
Are you looking for your first extended-range bass? If so, a great starting point in your search would be the Ibanez Gio GSR206 6-String Bass Guitar. It's affordable on a beginner's budget, and there's a left-handed version as well, so no musician is left out of the action. For the more experienced artist, there are plenty of amped-up models to choose from, like the Premium BTB1606E. And if you want the real crème de la crème of the Ibanez lineup, don't miss the Gerald Veasley Signature 6-String Electric Bass Guitar. Its specialty 14mm string spacing makes chords a breeze, and it's decked out with Gerald's favorite Bartolini Custom GVB pickups.
Maybe you're looking for a way to smooth out your fretting, but the close spacing of the GVB isn't your thing. In that case, consider a fretless bass such as the Ibanez BTB676F. Or, if you like frets but want a system that makes them even better, take a look at the Ibanez SRFF806 Fanned-Fret Six-String Electric Bass Guitar. It may look a bit strange at first, but spend a few minutes getting used to this bass, and you'll soon hear and feel the difference.
Of course, we could say the same thing about any Ibanez bass. This is definitely a luthier whose reputation speaks for itself, and if you're looking for an axe that's ready to hit the stage and the studio, an Ibanez 6 or 8 string electric bass is a worthy answer. They've got enough variety in their selection to handle any player from a newbie to an experienced recording artist, so the only question left to ask is "what are you waiting for?"