For 30 years the SR has given bass players a modern alternative. With its continued popularity, Ibanez is constantly endeavoring to answer the wider needs of a variety of players, at a variety of budgets. But no matter what the specs, the heart is the same-SR continues to excite with its smooth, fast neck, lightweight body, and perfectly matched electronics.
|neck type||SRSC4 5pc Maple/Purpleheart neck-through|
|body||Poplar Burl top/Mahogany wing body|
|fretboard||Purpleheart fretboard w/Avalon oval inlay|
|number of frets||24|
|bridge||Mono-rail V bridge (19mm string spacing)|
|neck pickup||Bartolini® MK-1 neck pickup (Passive)|
|bridge pickup||Bartolini® MK-1 bridge pickup (Passive)|
|equalizer||Ibanez Custom Electronics 3-band EQ w/EQ bypass switch (passive tone control on treble pot) & Mid frequency switch|
|factory tuning||1G, 2D, 3A, 4E|
|hardware color||Black matte|
|a : Width||38mm at NUT|
|b : Width||62mm at 24F|
|c : Thickness||20.5mm at 1F|
|d : Thickness||22.5mm at 12F|
The SRSC's extended upper horn between the 13th and 24th frets far exceeds, in terms of performance, the traditional connection between the instrument's neck and body.
Sculpted for comfort and easy access to the upper frets, the smooth graceful contour allows the palm of the left hand to move quickly and easily as it transitions up and down the neck.
The Maple/Purpleheart combination is as musical and it is durable. These two extremely dense materials offer the foundation of great sustain.
The Mono-rail V is the ultimate bridge for bass string isolation. Each bridge is independently and securely locked down to the body for maximum vibration transfer without interference.
The MK1 pickups are split coil designs that provides a very wide frequency range and enhanced definition for maximum accuracy. The Neck and Bridge pickups have equal response, like traditional single coils, but without the hum and noise.
Precision tonal control, including a switch to choose passive-only operation. When the EQ bypasses activated, the treble tone control knob becomes the global tone control for the passive circuit.