#1
i was woundering if any of you guys have played the ibanez sr305dx or herd about it. it sounds really really nice and has a nice neck. i just wanted to know if it was nice or what. i have some links of it, it might not be the best looking but it sounds really nice. just wanted to know what you guys thought about it. thanks!!!!


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#2
well, on the whole, Ibanez basses and guitars are usually pretty good values, and are reliable instruments...I've played my share of Ibanez basses including SRs, BTBs, EDBs and a GSR...I've never played a SRX or DX though...so i cant comment on that specific bass but I've read a few reviews of it and I checked out the specs on it and it seems good...I would prefer an active bass made of a different wood though, but thats just me...

and if you've played it and it feels/sounds/seems right to you then go ahead and get it!
"All matter is merely energy condensed into a slow vibration and we're all one consciousness experiencing ourselves subjectively, theres no such thing as death, life is just a dream and we're the imagination of ourselves."
Last edited by XeNoCiDe730 at Jul 28, 2006,
#3
well...im not sure about the 305 but im planning on buying a sr405 pretty soon....
"The grass is always greener on the other side..."
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#4
I have a SR300DX and I'm fairly happy with it, I would have liked to get the SR500 (I will end up getting the SR506) but it is very good value for money, having Active EQ/P-J Pickups and all. I would say a very good beginner bass, but if you save up a bit go for the SR505 instead of the SR305.