Ibanez launches new 6-String Basses at NAMM 2015

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Adding to its impressive collection of 6-string basses already available, Ibanez has announced some new models at NAMM 2015. New appointments include Nordstrand and Bartolini pickups, exotic tonewoods like wenge, bubinga, jatoba and walnut and flat finishes.

BTB1606-NTF BTB6 9-piece wenge/bubinga/maple neck-thru with graphite reinforcement rods, 889mm/35” scale, poplar Burl top/mahogany wing body, rosewood fretboard with abalone off-set dot inlay, medium frets with Premium fret edge treatment, Graph Tech BLACK TUSQ XL nut, Mono-rail IV bridge, Nordstrand “Big Single” pickups, EQB-IIISC 3-band EQ w/EQ bypass switch and Mid frequency switch, gold hardware. Hardcase included. Natural Flat finish.

Ibanez BTB1606 NTF

GSR206B-WNF GSR6 maple neck, mahogany body, rosewood fretboard with white dot inlay, medium frets, B15 bridge, Dynamix H neck pickup, Dynamix H bridge pickup, Phat II EQ, black hardware. Open-pore Walnut Flat finish.

Ibanez GSR206B WNF

SR756-NTF SR6 5-piece jatoba/bubinga neck, bubinga top/mahogany body,r osewood fretboard, with abalone oval inlay, medium frets, Accu-cast B305 bridge, Nordstrand CND P/J pickups, Ibanez Custom Electronics 3-band EQ w/EQ bypass switch (passive tone control on treble pot), black matte hardware. Natural Flat finish.

Ibanez SR756 NTF

ANB1006 Adam Nitti Signature Model, ANB 5-piece maple/purpleheart neck-thru, figured maple top/Swamp ash body, purpleheart fretboard with abalone oval inlay, medium frets w/Prestige fret edge treatment, Hipshot A style bridge (18mm string spacing), Bartolini xxM56C-B neck pickup,  Bartolini xxM56C-T bridge pickup, Bartolini NTMB+F ANB Custom Electronics, 3-band EQ w/Mid frequency switch, black hardware, Gotoh GB350 machineheads, Dunlop Straplok Original Strap Retainer System. Hardshell case included.

Ibanez ANB1006

 

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