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Ibanez Bass Workshop BTB846V - Antique Brown Stained Low Gloss - 454

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$1,099.99
SKU:
BTB846VABL - 211P03I220704454
UPC:
4549763072436
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IBANEZ BTB846VABL DETAILS Poplar Burl top with Ash/Mahogany wing body. The Ibanez BTB846VABL is an Antique Brown Stained Low Gloss BTB Workshop 6 String RH Electric Bass. Rosewood Fretboard provides a well-balanced solid tone with a focused mid range. Ibanez Custom Electronics 3-band EQ is our latest refinement on the concept of simple, straightforward, no-nonsense EQ control. The Boost and Cut for the Mid Control are each centered on slightly different frequencies, an innovation that delivers a preset range of the most favorable bass tones. The Bartolini BH2 pickups provide a tight bottom-end, punchy mid-range, and smooth response. The dual-coil style configuration maximizes articulation and a long blade pole piece widens the magnetic field, providing balanced string-to-string pickup response. The MR5S bridge has adjustable saddles for variable string spacing by +/- 1.5mm, answering every bassist's specific string spacing needs. Controls: With the bass held in the playing position, there are three small knobs closest to the lower edge of the body. Directionally, from the lower bout towards the neck knobs are treble boost/cut, mid boost/cut, and bass boost/cut. There are two larger knobs above these, closer to the bridge. The knob closest to the neck controls volume, and the knob next to it is the pickup balancer control. There is a 3 way mid frequency switch next to the balancer knob. When the switch is in neck position, mid boost peak is at 250Hz. When the switch is in center position, mid boost peak is at 450Hz. When the switch is in bridge position, the mid boost peak is at 700Hz. Frequency Response: The bass boost/cut frequency curve has a peak at 20 Hz, the variable width becomes smaller toward the high range, and the variable width becomes zero at about 1000 Hz. The variable range of the peak frequency is approximately 15 dB. The treble boost/cut frequency curve draws a mountain-shaped curve with a peak at around 10,000 Hz and zero variable range around 10