An affordable lightweight 4-string perfect for a new player or a working musician with Phat II active powerful bass boost. For more than 30 years, Ibanez Sound gear series have 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. A sleek, comfortable, GSR4 Maple neck-widely recognized as the industry standard for playability-and rock solid Ibanez B10 bridge, rev up the specs to accommodate whatever you set out to play. Factor in Ibanez Dynamix P and J pickups fo
Don’t be fooled into thinking the Ibanez GSR Mikro is a toy. It’s made to the same high standards of the other GIO series guitars. The GSRM20B features, small scale SR body, full sound pickups, the same construction, same materials, and same set-up and inspection as its full size counterparts. Its shorter 28.6” scale makes it perfect for tour buses, space-restricted home studios, folks with smaller hands, as well as young rockers or beginners.
Looking for a sweet-looking bass that packs a sonic punch, but won't break the bank? Check out the Ibanez TMB-100 Talman Bass! Beyond the cool retro looks, Ibanez designed this bass to bring you maximum value and bang for your buck. The mahogany body serves up vibrant, punchy tone, while the maple neck with rosewood fretboard plays like a dream. For powerful tone, you get DXP and DXJ pickups plus a 2-band EQ for impressive musical versatility. If you expect more from a bass for less, get your hands on the Ibanez TMB-100 Talman Bass.
A guitar doesn't have to cost a bundle to sound good. The GIO series was developed for players who want Ibanez quality in a more affordable package. Not only do they look and play better than everything else in their price range, but their rigorous inspection, set-up and warranty is the same as Ibanez's more expensive models. Specifications: Neck type: GSR4 Maple neck Body: Spalted Maple top/Mahogany body Fret board: Rosewood fret board w/White dot inlay Fret: Medium frets Number of frets: 22 Bridge: B10 bridge Neck pickup: Dynamix P neck pickup (Passive) Bridge pickup: Dynamix J bridge pickup (Passive) Equalizer: Phat II eel Hardware color: Black
Im looking into a new guitar and I want an ibanez af105 because I’ve heard very good reviews about them. But im worried its only for jazz. I play very many styles from blues to indie rock and only some jazz. I need to know if this guitar can handle my style. Maybe with different pickups?