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Heavy bass but versatile - Reviews Ibanez SRX430

Micros PFR-B4 (bridge) + PFR-N4 (handle)
EQ EQB-II DX 2-band
Chrome hardware
Matt white ash body with black binding (botaiiii any!)
Channel SRX4 Maple
Rosewood 24 frets
Accu-Cast B100 bridge

UTILIZATION

buy low to start I wanted a low enough "Metal" which would have also allowed to play in rock or funk record.
I find it a bit heavy but it is under control.
The cut allows good access to acute even though I admit going to the last box that very very rarely

SOUNDS

As written above is mostly for the rock / metal and fusion (RATM, Metallica) but also in register more funk / disco
micro well send the equalizer allows affinner sound (which can be very serious but a bit messy until very sharp but I think a loss of "potato")
as a general rule I use two microphones in Neutral (knobs to noon) and I play with the style of tonalite as e musqiue played

I passed through a Laney 25w and I am very happy to play either the fingers or plectrum

at the same time I started so I'm not as perfiocnniste my bass sound that I could be my guitar sound: o)

OVERALL OPINION

I use it now for a year
I chose it primarily for the aesthetic and I was pleasantly surprised by its versatility
I do it again this choice without any worries!