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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Onofre, Nov 9, 2018.
Typically the model number is printed on the back of the headstock near the top.
Well, I can't read it, but that's the serial number there, perhaps Ibanez has a serial number lookup somewhere on their site?
I can't read it either - what does it say?
The first two numbers after the "I" will tell you what year it is, and you can find out the rest from there.
Ibanez.com | Ibanez Electric Guitar, Bass, Acoustic Catalogs
those appear to be ibanez bartolini pickups (bigger, better pics could help), which means it's a mid-level bass soundgear, above the 400 series but below the premiums where they use nordstrom pickups.
This. Nailed it.
Those are EMG p’ups, not Barts.
GA11053679 (I think)
Original EMG's would have been HZ's. 2011
Yes those are HZ's. Thank you guys you're the best!
Dang, I love the Soungear basses, I’ve been sorely tempted to sell a couple basses and get one of the 5 string variants, only 5 I’ve played that really fits my hands. That red flame is purty.
Are those pickups sold at their chain of department stores?
I hate Ibanez nomenclature.
I did the same in a post about my new-used SR1300. Perhaps this is a more common error than we think. (I blamed the lack of coffee.)
^^ If you're posting on your phone, autocorrect will get you almost every time with that one unless you have the "learned words" feature turned on (speaking from experience lol).
None of mine have model #'s anywhere besides the neck pocket stamps.