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Ibanez SRMS806 Bass Workshop Multi-Scale Electric Bass, 6-String

Ibanez SRMS806 Bass Workshop Multi-Scale Electric Bass, 6-String

A 6-string bass with multi-scale design and powerful on-board tone shaping controls, the Ibanez SRMS806 bass will take your playing wherever you want to go.

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Submitted October 2, 2018 by William A in Bogota, NJ
"Sweet axe!"
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My wife just bought this bass for me. I've been playing it for about a half an hour, and it's just amazing. The best tone from a bass that I've ever heard. Perfect for my style of playing. It's positively gorgeous, as well. It's darker than the pictures would make it seem, but that is probably just a variation each instrument, but it doesn't detract at all form it's beauty. I just did a bit of Roundabout on it, and it was perfect for that, without any adjustments. Also played a bit of "The Creature" by Bill Anderson's Giants of Colossus, and it was right in the sweet spot. Heavy, precise, with a whole lot of twang that I like in a bass guitar. I would recommend this to any professional bassist, as well as anyone not professional who's looking for something more.
Musical Background:
Professional musician and composer
Musical Style:
Rock, progressive rock, jazz, classical
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Submitted August 11, 2018 by Jeff L in Avery, CA
"Good playing bass"
I'm a guitar player that switched to bass 20 years ago. I've missed the ability to play full chords and solo in a range that can be easily heard. I tune this bass an octave lover than guitar with the same string relationships. Low E, not B. This bass allows me to do that with no set up issues. If youre coming from a 4 string this will be a wide neck, but 5 string users will adust. It's well balanced and finely finished. LONG REACH TO 1ST FRET ON LOWEST STRING, which is F for me, but I can get it. The fan fret design probably helps to keep string tension equal. I have a Novax (Ralph Novak invented the fret system) so I'm okay with it.
Musical Background:
Play gigs often, but not a first call player
Musical Style:
Jazz, latin and blues
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Submitted May 9, 2020 by Joycelyn S in Largo, FL
"My dream bass"
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Overall i love the bass but there were some concerning issues with the condition I received it. Good points the fretboard feels great and it's lightweight.
Sound
I first picked this bass up and tried it out in the music store and i had to have it so i go it a couple weeks ago. It has a terrible buzz to it really couldn't play it without a set up first, and I'm talking extreme setup. Im no professional when it comes to that because it still has a buzz. Pick up nut was extremely loose it fell off in my hand
Features
I like the fanned fret feature
Ease of Use
If you have never played a fanned fret and plan on playing chords you will have to adjust quite a bit
Quality
I think the product is made well to an extent. I think it could be better for the price range as far as tone
Value
I think the price is steep for what I received
Manufacturer Support
No because of the covid19 I haven't had the energy to complain or try to send it back
The Wow Factor
Fanned frets
Musical Background:
I have been playing bass for about 8 years. I play and teach bass.
Musical Style:
I love playing jazz, soul and funk
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