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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Phil Smith, Jan 24, 2012.
BTBs are some of the most underrated basses ever, and that one is just gorgeous!
Thanks for that pic.
Damn, only 1 photo ? No SR love?
Well, it's a nice BTB for sure
I agree... but I just wish they weren't so horny!
Seriously, those horns rub me the wrong way - they're too pointy and thin. Mostly the top one. If they'd make the tip of the top horn more rounded and a tad bit thicker it'd look better.
But that's a sweet finish, very nice!
When I've played the BTB 6's in the past the fretboard always seemed like it was 6 feet wide. I should probably try them again LOL
I REALLY was hoping for a Premium line SR 6 string though, that would have gotten my money pretty quickly even with that low volt preamp
I wonder why they don't offer 4-string BTB's anymore?
Im guessing they didnt sell well. I myself have never seen many
Basses - SR1206 | Ibanez guitars
Amazing finish! I almost thought it was another signature model for Gerald Veasley. Looking at the picture quickly, I didn't immediately identify it as a BTB.
Nice! I have owned the BTB776PBAM for 3 months now. Plays as amazing as it looks! I have been strictly a 4 stringer since I started playing bass in the mid 90's. Had ordered this from GC without being able to play first. No looking back! Never imagined myself with a six...
Not a fan of the finish. Looks like poor bass has pox or other disease. Lol. But those are gonna vary from bass to bass. Like spalted maple ones. Some look like baby vomited on them, while others look very nice. I like the upper end SR's better for body shape.