- neck type
- TMB4Maple neck
- Poplar body
- Jatoba fretboardWhite dot inlay
- Medium frets
- number of frets
- B10 bridge
- string space
- neck pickup
- Dynamix P neck pickupPassive
- bridge pickup
- Dynamix J bridge pickupPassive
- Ibanez Custom Electronics 2-band EQ
- factory tuning
- string gauge
- hardware color
- Scale :
- a : Width
- 41mm at NUT
- b : Width
- 62mm at 20F
- c : Thickness
- 21.5mm at 1F
- d : Thickness
- 24.5mm at 12F
- Radius :
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
There are two stacked knobs on this bass. The top knob of the stack closest to the end of the body is the treble boost/cut control, and the lower knob is the bass boost/cut control. The top knob of the stack closest to the neck is the volume control, and the lower knob is pickup balancer.
The bass boost/cut frequency curve has a peak at 20 Hz and a variable width that decreases toward the high range, and a curve that the variable width becomes zero at approximately 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 creates a bell-shaped curve with a peak around 10000 Hz and zero variable range around 100 Hz. The variable range of the peak frequency is approximately ±15 dB.
The Ibanez DXP neck pickup and DXJ bridge pickup provide the rich, vintage sound.
Jatoba has a reddish brown color which produces a rich mid range with a crisp high end.
The B10 bridge allows fully adjustable intonation and solid tuning stability.