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Ibanez SRF706 Portamento Fretless Electric Bass, 6-String

Ibanez SRF706 Portamento Fretless Electric Bass, 6-String

Ibanez's SRF706 authentically captures the sound and feel of an upright bass thanks to its fretless design and airy tonality of its AeroSilk piezo pickup.

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Submitted July 12, 2019 by Brian L in Kimball, MI
"Beautiful Bass Great Service"
Verified Customer zZounds has verified that this reviewer made a purchase from us.
This Bass is amazing I love it. Its very light for a 6 string and it sounds amazing. Its comfortable to play and feels great. zZounds is a great company to deal with. I ordered a blemished SRF706 first and when it arrived it was cracked in two places so I called and they sent me a brand new factory sealed replacement for the same price and payment plan the same day I sent the bass back the new one shipped. Every person I spoke with was really nice and I had no issues with the whole thing .Thats pretty amazing in my opinion. I will be buying all my equipment from zZounds from now on.
Musical Background:
Guitar 23 years bass 3 years I was in a band years ago but I just play for fun
Musical Style:
I love metal grunge classic blues and PRIMUS which is why I switched to bass.
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Submitted January 25, 2020 by Eric M
"You won't regret it"
Verified Customer zZounds has verified that this reviewer made a purchase from us.
I never thought I would find a quality production six string fretless bass for this price but Ibanez once again brought this amazing bass upon the world. I purchased this bass in July 2019 and am reviewing it finally in January 2020, which has given me enough time to truly get familiar with this beast of an instrument. The build quality is top notch. I did purchase this bass from zZounds as a "scratch & dent" and it did come with some expected damage to the headstock veneer on the headstock, a chip near the electronic's cavity, and two dents in the body but nothing that I wasn't able to mend. I did have an issue with the bridge pickup in the bass. The neck and Piezo pickups worked flawlessly but the bridge pickup just did not seem to pick up with outer Low B and High C strings which I knew was a problem. Seeing what was under the hood in the electronic's cavity put me off from trying to attempt to solve this issue myself. I purchased a replacement Mk1 pickup and went to have the bridge pickups swapped. It was then that it was discovered that my bass had the Mk1 pickup for a four string model. This blew me away that it possibly got past QC. The connection looked untouched from anything else. We did find the label in the underside of the pickup does in fact list it as a four string pickup (I'll just keep the wrong one as a paperweight). This is not a bass for everyday play, at least not for most. I am always blown away by just how lively this bass is with the electronic set up, you truly get any type of fretless tone you could be looking for and this bass will produce it. I cannot recommend this bass enough.
Musical Background:
15 year hobby
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