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Mark III Bass Clarinet Ligature and Cap
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Ibanez SR506 Soundgear 6-StringThe Ibanez SR506 Bass is an incredibly well-crafted and equipped bass for its price. It features a slim, fast SR6 5-piece jatoba and bubinga neck on a sculpted mahogany body. The rosewood fretboard is fitted with medium frets and has oval abalone markers. Equipped with a B106 bridge 2 Bartonlini MK1-6 pickups that integrate perfectly with the active Bartolini MK1 3-band EQ. It's a bass that will excel in any style of music.
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I got an Ibanez 6 string in the spring of 99 and loved it. I thought it was amazing and played it nearly to death. I saved up a ridiculous amount of money to buy another 6 string bass, and I tried them all, the Warwicks, Laklands, Peavey, all of them, and none of them touch the Ibanez. This is the second Ibanez 506 (or comparable model) I own so far, and easily the best 6 string you can buy that isn't a $10,000 handmade custom. Go out, plug one into an Ampeg and try it, you will probably come home with it.
I started off with a Fender p-bass before I decided a new bass was at hand. I looked all around for a six string that was affordable, but well made. I tried Warrick, Ken Smith, all the expensive brands and you couldn't tell the difference between a Ken Smith $2000 and the Ibanez 506. It has a beautiful sound, whether you're playing some bright Chilli Peppers or Korn, it matched just the sound you need. Only complaint is it has a very soft wood body, very easily dented.
My wife convinced me to check this one out instead of the 5 series model I was kind of hesitant because I had only been playing for 8 months with out an instructor. (self taught) Getting this bass was the best musical decision I could have made. Now, every time I pick up a four or five it seems like something is missing. The neck is so fast and comfortable it doesn't take someone with a large hand to find their way around the fret board. The gorgeous Wenge/ Bubinga neck has a custom look on the side not pictured. Also, you can't lose with Bartolini! I was recording the other day and I just could not get over my tone. I had been thinking of what I could do to get my tone the way I wanted it, and after I heard the play back, I was shocked how fat and full it was. In conclusion, just order it!
I was in the market for a new bass for playing and recording. I decided to get a good look at all the 6's in the market for under 1000. I bought the SR 506BM and got twice for what I paid for. Great playability and custom shop looks, features and amazing tone. The Bartolini pickups have a great warm to treble tone that works well for slapping. Even the Elixirs have a great bite for tapping and thumping. Its lightweight but retains that nice heavy bass tone and feel. The neck is awesome and stable, stays in tune well and is an awesome looking bass. Definitely worth getting.
My wife bought this bass for me for my recent birthday as a back up for my Tobias 6 String. The guys on the band could not believe it cost so little and had FREE Shipping. I dialed in so many tones from Ken Smith and other high ends including my Tobias. If you don't have $2000.00 to $5000.00 lying around the house or in the bank for a high end bass, find exactly this amount from somewhere and get one as quick as possible. The Bartolini neck & bridge pickups and the EQ are out of this world. The band was standing around with their mouths wide open in disbelief of the low-cost sound they were hearing. This bass sounds good without preamps or effects, but when I plugged it into my Ampeg rig with 2 410 cabinets with my Aguilar 18 volt outboard preamp, it caused people to come into the hotel ballroom we were practicing in. It may not have a high glossy finish, but the wood is fantastic and the sound is better, in my opinion, than some other high end basses. This bass is lighter than my Tobias and produces the same sounds. Actually I can dial up so many tones that it keeps me up at night. It's hard to put this thing down. It sounds great without effects. But, when I do plug it into my Ampeg rig with my Aguilar 18 volt outboard preamp it is the warm sound that any serious bass player would want. I'm not going to take up any more time and space on this website. All I can say is - get one, before there are all gone and you have to wait until more are made.
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