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Ibanez BTB675 Natural Finish

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by mccoyra, Nov 17, 2013.


  1. mccoyra

    mccoyra Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    Excellent condition Ibanez BTB 675 with Natural finish and a Rosewood fingerboard. I bought it new at Guitar Center about a year ago. It has been played gently in the studio for about 20 hours in total. The Bass is in the same condition I received it from GC when I bought it new (still has plastic and such) but has some minor scuffing on the bottom (from play in the GC store) that I tried to photograph which doesn't show up on the light natural finish.

    Headstock, body face, fretboard and back are all pretty much perfect.

    Has a new set of DR Low Beams on it. Plays very well. Bartolini MK2's and lots of pre amp flexibility.

    35 inch scale
    19mm spacing
    about 10 lbs

    This was my bass to see if I wanted to transition to 5 string. I did and bought a few high end 5's and now no longer need it.

    $575 shipped in a brand new Roadrunner gig bag

    Manufacturer description

    The 5-string Ibanez BTB675 Electric Bass unleashes unbelievable sound capabilities, thanks to quality woods, superior construction, and cutting-edge electronics. A solid light ash body with a walnut top offers cool looks backed up by rugged construction.

    The rugged 5-piece maple and bubinga thru-neck creates stronger, more dedicated tone. Exaggerated cutaways make upper-fret access effortless. The U-shaped neck profile, 19-11/16" radius, and 1-7/8" nut assure that playing your bass stays comfortable as you run your hand up and down its 24 frets.

    The 35" neck scale provides superior articulation—ideal for low tunings. Quad-coil exclusively designed Bartolini MK-2 pickups are balanced for tone and plenty of sizzle.


    The Ibanez BTB675 bass' neck pickup's tone is ultra-deep, balancing well with a bright bridge pickup for an evenly proportioned overall mix. Die-cast tuners, cosmo black hardware, and a flat finish round out the iIbanez BTB675 5-string bass guitar's features to make it truly is work of the luthier's art.

    DESCRIPTIONS:

    5-string

    Solid light ash body

    Walnut top

    35" scale

    Neck-thru construction

    5-piece Maple/Bubinga neck

    Rosewood fretboard

    U-shaped neck

    24 frets

    1-7/8" nut width

    19-11/16" radius

    Monorail II bridge

    Bartolini MK2-5 bridge and neck pickups

    Bartolini MK2 3-band EQ controls

    Die-cast tuners

    Cosmo black hardware
  2. mccoyra

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    575 shipped
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  6. brstma

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    Dang I wish these had closer string spacing
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    Bump for the best value on TB right now. Lotta bass for the $$
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    Off to ebay this week
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    Up. Been too lazy for ebay
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