This week we look at the Ibanez BTB776PB, a six-string bass featuring a hot poplar burl top. Ibanez created the BTB line to create a boutique feel by implementing the same concepts without the boutique price. The line, including the BTB776PB, features a 35˝ scale, select body materials, neck-thru construction, and deep cutaways.
The BTB is built around a 5-piece maple and bubinga neck with a mohagany body and a rosewood fretboard. Its top wood is accented with a matching poplar burl topped headstock and Cosmo Black hardware. The pickups are a pair of Bartolini MK-2 humbuckers designed by Bill Bartolini for Ibanez and are matched with a Bartolini 3-band EQ.
For more info, check out the Ibanez website.
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Ibanez BTB776PB Bass Specs:
- Scale: 35˝
- Neck Material: 5 piece Maple/ Bubinga
- Neck Type: BTB6 thru-neck
- Body: Mahogany body/ Poplar Burl top
- Frets: Medium frets
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- Inlay: Abalone dot inlay
- Bridge: Mono-Rail II bridge
- NeckPU: Bartolini MK2-6-F
- BridgePU: Bartolini MK2-6-R
- EQ: Bartolini MK-2 (BTB)
- HW Color: Cosmo Black
- Finishes: Amber