• No. of Frets:
    22
    Scale Length:
    34"
    Construction:
    Bolt-On
    No. of Strings:
    4
    Body Material:
    Mahogony
    Neck Material:
    Maple
    Body Finish:
    Weathered Black
    Nut Width:
    1.61"
    Fingerboard Material:
    Rosewood
    Bridge:
    B10
    Pickups:
    Single IZP-KP
    Weight:
    Light :)
    EQ / Controls:
    1 x Master Volume, 1 x Distortion Switch, 1 x Distortion Tone, 1 x Distortion Gain, 1 x Kaoss Pad Switch (On/Bypass)
    Price:
    $399
    Other Specs:
    Built-in distortion effects
    Portable KAOSS effects processor with 100 programs and automatic BPM detection
    Built-in mic and external mic input let you record and process your own sounds
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Recent User Reviews

  1. Joe Nerve
    3/5,
    "Meh..."
    Tone:
    2/5,
    Build Quality:
    4/5,
    Feel:
    4/5,
    Value:
    4/5,
    Wound up returning this one. Bottom line for me was this, cut and pasted from a review below: If you want an inexpensive fun toy to fiddle with, and maybe use for some songs I'd say go for it. If you plan to make this your main bass, you might want to rethink it. I think Ibanez took a chance here putting it on the cheapest bass they could possibly come up with, and well... that's what they got. A simple tone control may have swayed my decision, but oh hwell.

    Links to my original much more detailed review with 2 updates:

    Did anybody played Ibanez bass with kaoss pad, SRKP4?
    Did anybody played Ibanez bass with kaoss pad, SRKP4?
    Did anybody played Ibanez bass with kaoss pad, SRKP4?
    Price Paid:
    Was a gift.

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  1. Joe Nerve
    Wound up returning this one. Bottom line for me was this, cut and pasted from a review below: If you want an inexpensive fun toy to fiddle with, and maybe use for some songs I'd say go for it. If you plan to make this your main bass, you might want to rethink it. I think Ibanez took a chance here putting it on the cheapest bass they could possibly come up with, and well... that's what they got. A simple tone control may have swayed my decision, but oh hwell.

    Links to my original much more detailed review with 2 updates:

    Did anybody played Ibanez bass with kaoss pad, SRKP4?
    Did anybody played Ibanez bass with kaoss pad, SRKP4?
    Did anybody played Ibanez bass with kaoss pad, SRKP4?