#1
So, i have this bass, im sure it is an ibanez (headstock and stock p'ups) but i am very lost as to what model, i have checked the serial numbers and found it dated to 04', and was made in japan.








Any help will be greatly appreciated, THX!
#2
It's a Japanese '04 Ibanez 4 string. There.

Looks an their erogdyne or whatever they called their Fender knockoff thin basses.
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#3
well, i checked out the ergodyne bass and its definately not that. The headstock is shaped like the headstocks you would see on a regular rg electric, with 4 on one side as opposed to 2 on each.
#4
It reminds me of my Ibanez Sr400 because of the general shape and the pickups. However your bass had switches with the knobs and a different headstock so I don't know.

#5
thats the closest i could find to it as well, and those switches you are referring to are actually just knobs without covers on them lol.
#6
Simple. From the side view it is obviously an S series bass. Since it was made in Japan in the 90's it must be a SB900.

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#7
ahhhhh thank you sooo soo much, i've been searching for a good 3 months to figure out what model this was, i figured s series from the body as well, but the neck had me stumped!
#9
Sb900's were not made as late as 94(87-91) only...but i'd be willing to bet it's an sb something. I know this because i researched it because i have one. in the purple color. woot.

EDIT: looking again it's pretty spot on. what's the serial number? maybe my information was wrong...
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Simple. From the side view it is obviously an S series bass. Since it was made in Japan in the 90's it must be a SB900.


I was about to say that the profile was defiantly a S series shape.
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