Ibanez proudly introduces the first gloss-finish Premium SR bass, the SR1400-MLG, featuring a stunning Figured Maple top lamination. The Figured Maple top allows for a clear attack, while the Mahogany body delivers a warm and fat low end. The Atlas-4 5pc Wenge/Bubinga neck provides tonal clarity and superior note attack. Its slim grip shape permits superior playability with the meticulous Premium fret edge treatment. The neck is constructed with KTS™TITANIUM reinforcement rods, increasing its stability and adding sustain. The neck end adjustment allows you to adjust the neck easily without loosening the strings. The Mono-Rail V is the ultimate bridge for bass string isolation with a wide intonation range. Each bridge is independently and securely locked down to the body for maximum vibration transfer without interference. The Ibanez Custom Electronics 3-band EQ, EQ bypass switch, and 3-way midfrequency switch allow for precise tonal control (250 Hz, 450 Hz, and 700 Hz). When the EQ bypass is activated, the treble-tone control knob acts as a passive tone control for the instrument’s output. The single-coil Nordstrand™Big Single fits in the soap-bar pickup, producing a full-bodied, powerful, aggressive tonal texture while still retaining the clarity that’s characteristic of single-coil pickups. Other features include the BLACK TUSQ XL® nut and the Gotoh® machine heads. A soft hardcase is included.
- Neck type Atlas-4 5pc Wenge/Bubinga neck w/KTS TITANIUM rods
- BodyFigured Maple top/Mahogany body
- FretboardRosewood fretboard w/Avalone Oval dot inlay
- FretMedium frets w/Premium fret edge treatment
- BridgeMono-rail V bridge
- NutGraph Tech BLACK TUSQ XL nut
- Neck pickup Nordstrand™ "Big Single" neck pickup
- Bridge pickup Nordstrand™ "Big Single" bridge pickup
- EqualiserIbanez Custom Electronics 3-band eqw/Eq bypass switch & 3-way Mid frequency switch
- Hardware color Gold
- Soft(hardcase) case included
Failed Quality Control. Ibanez say there is a binding finish flaw, but the wood is a sort of natural/unfinished and hence the grain comes through - so i'm struggling to see actually what the problem is. But hey!, means a bargain for someone!