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.
Ibanez custom 2-band EQ offers a variety of tonal options
Reflecting a classic Ibanez body style, the Talman Bass Series sports a cool retro look with a sound that will inspire players of all ages. The TMB100 gets back to basics and delivers a one-two punch by combining a passive P/J pickup configuration with a retro Ibanez body design for a bass that delivers in looks and sound. Electronics consist of an Ibanez DXP neck pickup and a DXJ bridge pickup for that rich, vintage sound and a Custom 2-band active EQ for increased tonal options.
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?