Since 1987, trends have come and gone. But the fast and versatile Soundgear basses continue to lay down the groove in every style imaginable in every venue possible. Now in 2008, Ibanez offers a vast array of different Soundgear models including neck-thru-body, fretless and left-handed. The Ibanez SR705 is one most striking basses in the Soundgear series. WIth a figured maple top and Jatoba/Bubinga neck, the SR705 definitely turns heads. With its Bartolini MK1 pickups and EQ, it sounds fantastic too. >More
Since 1987, bassists who want the power and versatility of active electronics and the speed of the fastest neck available have made Soundgear standard equipment in every genre. As music evolves, so does the Soundgear concept. The SR500 family is one example of this evolution. The SR505 model features a fast SR5 neck (bubinga/wenge), a mahogany body, and Bartolini MK1 pickups. Onboard Bartolini 3-band EQ provides precise tone control. >More
Bass -- it's where rhythm meets melody, creating a righteous groove that forces you to move with it. Without the Fender Precision Bass, the original electric bass, dance floors everywhere would be empty. As music evolves, our instruments change in lockstep; the end result is today's version of this seminal instrument -- the American Professional Precision Bass V. >More
Often only available as a custom shop bass, the 8-string's double octave design produces its own wall of sound. This 8-string has a neck-thru construction with a Mahogany/exotic Bubinga body, finished in a Natural Honey Satin. The Studio is armed with EMG HZ pickups with a mid control on its 18-volt 3-band EQ. Other features include satin Gold Grover tuners, a maple/walnut neck and a 24 medium frets on a rosewood fingerboard. >More
The Jackson David Ellefson CBXV Electric Bass Guitar brings you formidable features with all the attitude and beefy looks designed by the fleet-fingered Megadeth bassist. >More
The Ibanez GVB36 Gerald Veasley Signature Bass was designed with the close guidance of renowned Jazz bassist Gerald Veasley. This remarkable bass has professional features needed by Veasley and allows him to get a smooth, rapturous, and fluid tone. >More
The best of yesterday and today, the American Professional Jazz Bass V is the latest form of electric inspiration from Fender. Step up and stake your claim to a legend. >More
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