Ibanez SR300ECCB Electric Bass Charred Champagne Burst
- Brand: Ibanez
- SKU: SR300ECCB
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Ibanez SR300E 4-String Electric Bass Guitar is the perfect beginner bass guitar. The highlighted feature of this guitar is that it increases the response of the higher frequencies without sacrificing low end. This results in providing a tone rich in harmonic detail and dynamic expression. Equalization chores are handled by Ibanez Custom 3-band EQ with Power Tap switch. This allows the control to be more effective in creating useful, popular bass tones. Accu-Cast B120 Bridge. The B120's extra-wide string slots can accommodate even the heaviest of gauges. Walls and channels of the new bridge plate effectively trap the saddles, ensuring perfect directional uniformity. Ibanez 3-band Equalizer and 3-way Power Tap Switch. The 3-band EQ works in conjunction with a coil tap switch for maximum control over a wide variety of professional bass tones. Tap Mode (single coil) creates a punchy, dynamic sound with superior articulation. Series Mode (humbucking) delivers a full, warm tone, and Power Tap Mode provides the best of both worlds-combining the clarity of the single coil with the fat bottom end of the humbucker. PowerSpan Dual Coil Pickups. Developed by Ibanez, the exposed pole pieces of the PowerSpan Dual Coil pickups produce a stronger signal, and increase the response of the higher frequencies without sacrificing low end. The result is a tone rich in harmonic detail and dynamic expression.
- neck type SR45pc Maple/Walnut neck
- top/back/body Nyatoh body
- fretboard JatobaWhite dot inlay
- fret Medium frets
- bridge Accu-cast B120 bridge
- string space 19mm
- neck pickup PowerSpan Dual Coil neck pickupPassive
- bridge pickup PowerSpan Dual Coil bridge pickupPassive
- equaliser Ibanez Custom Electronics 3-band EQ w/3-way Power Tap switch
- hardware color Cosmo black
- Scale : 864mm/34"
- a : Width 38mm at NUT
- b : Width 62mm at 24F
- c : Thickness 19.5mm at 1F
- d : Thickness 21.5mm at 12F
- Radius : 305mmR
Guitar Neck Diagram
- a: Width of the neck at the nut
- b: Width of the neck at the first fret
- c： Thickness of the neck at the first fret
- d: Thickness of the neck at the twelfth fret
- Radius: Radius of the fingerboard
With the bass held in the playing position, there are three small knobs closest to the lower edge of the body. Directionally, from the lower bout towards the neck knobs are treble boost/cut, mid boost/cut, and bass boost/cut. There are two larger knobs above these, closer to the bridge. The knob closest to the neck controls volume, and the knob next to it is the pickup balancer control. There is a 3-way power tap switch next to the balancer knob. When the switch is in neck position, the humbuckers are tapped. When the switch is in center position, the humbuckers are in series. when the switch is in bridge position, the humbuckers are in power tap mode, which is tapped with additional low end added.
The bass boost/cut frequency curve has a peak at 20 Hz, the variable width becomes smaller toward the high range, and the variable width becomes zero at about 1000 Hz. The variable range becomes slightly larger in the high range than around 1000 Hz, but it becomes zero again near 5000 Hz. The variable range of the peak frequency is approximately ±15 dB. The treble boost/cut frequency curve draws a mountain-shaped curve with a peak at around 10,000 Hz and zero variable range around 100 Hz. The variable range of the peak frequency is approximately ±15 dB. The mid-boost/cut frequency curve creates a bell-shaped curve with a peak around 450 Hz, and the variable width becomes zero near 20 Hz and around 10,000 Hz. The variable range of the peak frequency is approximately ±15 dB.