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FS: IBANEZ ERGODYNE EDB690 BASS

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by retrosynth, Mar 1, 2014.


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  1. retrosynth

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    I got this in a trade only out of curiosity-I never owned an ERGODYNE and wanted to check one out. I'm stunned over what a nice instrument it is. Very nicely crafted in Korea. Hardly used at all. This bass looks fabulous and plays great too. The fretwork is perfect, and there is no fretwear. The neck is simply great! It has just been set up to perfection to Ibanez factory specs with a brand new set of LaBella nickel strings for very low action with no buzzing. Electronics work 100%. Very nice preamp with minimal noise. Includes a really nice, heavily padded TKL gig bag!

    Neck Type: EDB4
    Body: Luthite with Burled wood grain finish.
    Fret: Medium
    Bridge: Accucast B20
    Neck Pickup: DXH2N
    Bridge Pickup: DXH2BEQ: EQBIII.

    $295 shipped in CONUS. PM your email address and I will send a Paypal invoice!

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    The body of the bass is made of Luthite--a composite material. The "burled wood" is actually a gorgeous factory paint job. It has a 1.5 inch nut, and a fast, slim neck with amazing fretwork and silky smooth fret ends. Weighs roughly 9.5 pounds.
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    Is the Burl "printed" onto the Luthite?

    It sure looks good in the photos except for the worn spot
    over the neck pup.

    What's she weigh?
    Width at the nut?

    Thanks
    :bassist:
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    Not sure if the finish is "printed" or "painted" but it looks amazing! It has a 1.5 inch nut, and a fast, slim neck with amazing fretwork and silky smooth fret ends. Weighs roughly 9.5 pounds, and balances very well.
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    Thanks !

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    Beauty shot of the preamp-looks kind of like a Haz Lab. Notice the threaded inserts for the control panel machine screws instead of the usual wood screws. Lots of attention to detail.
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