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Ibanez Bass Workshop BTB865SC 5-string Bass Guitar – Weathered Black Low Gloss
5-string Electric Bass with Ash top, Ash/Okoume Wings, Maple/Walnut Through Neck, Rosewood Fingerboard, and 2 Bartolini BH2 Pickups – Weathered Black Low Gloss
Awesome Bass Tone, Playability, and Value
If you’re looking for awesome bass tone, playability, and value (and who isn’t?), then the Ibanez Bass Workshop BTB865SC 5-string bass guitar delivers by the boatload. This instrument’s innovative design starts with its unique construction — which also gives it killer looks. The neck-through construction and upper bout design join forces for the ultimate in stability, tonal solidity, and sustain that never ends. Meanwhile, the deep lower cutaway gives you unencumbered access to the highest notes. Ibanez spec’d the Bass Workshop BTB865SC with a pair of beefy Bartolini BH2 pickups, and supplies a finger ramp in between. This keeps you from digging in too deep, enhancing your plucking technique for improved dexterity, speed, and tone. With all this going for it — plus a very wallet-friendly price tag — the Ibanez Bass Workshop BTB865SC is a total steal. Grab it now!
Bartolini classic soapbars deliver the tone
Bartolini BH2 passive pickups deliver classic soapbar pickup tone on demand. Their dual-coil humbucking design bucks the annoying hum, but delivers the beefy tone. They’re amazingly responsive, too. Dig in, and they growl with the big cats. Pull back, and they’re sweet and clear. Go ahead: slap and pop — they thrive on abuse! Bartolini’s Classic Bass series pickups are popular with progressive, jazz, gospel, and metal musicians for whom articulation is critical. Ask any tone-savvy bass player, and they’ll confirm that, onstage or in the studio, your bass will sound incredible with Bartolini BH2 soapbar pickups.
Mono-rail bridge enhances definition and sustain
Ibanez specified their excellent MR5 (Mono-rail) bridge for the BTB865SC. Unlike single-body bridges, each Mono-rail V saddle is completely separate from the others. This does two things for you. First, since they aren’t connected, the saddles create minimal sympathetic vibration, preventing unused strings from ringing. Second, each saddle is double-anchored, allowing energy to transfer efficiently between the string and the body. Bottom line: you’ll be astonished at the BTB865SC’s amazing clarity and sustain.
Ibanez: a brief history
Ibanez began its life in 1908 as the Hoshino Gakki company in Nagoya, Japan. However, the company didn’t get into the guitar business until 1929, when they started importing Salvador Ibanez guitars from Spain. In 1935, Hoshino Gakki began building Spanish acoustic guitars under the “Ibanez Salvador” name, which was later shortened to Ibanez. Although Ibanez began manufacturing electric guitars in 1957, the company was relatively unknown in the West until the 1960s, when they started producing guitars based on American designs. By the late 1970s, Ibanez had stopped producing derivative instruments and had begun manufacturing the innovative original guitar and bass designs that the company is now known for. Ibanez is also famous for their effect pedals, most notably the Tube Screamer.
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