Ibanez has expanded their Bass Workshop and Soundgear models with the SR Cerro, a singlecut bass available in Natural and Deep Twilight finishes. The Cerro’s body connects to the neck from the 24th fret all the way to 13th fret for increased stability and sustain.
Built with neck-through construction, it’s built with a mahogany body, poplar burl top, a five-piece maple and purpleheart neck, and a purpleheart fingerboard. Ibanez fits the model with a pair of Bartolini MK-1 pickups matched to an active/passive Ibanez Custom 3-band EQ, complete with a mid-frequency switch. The bridge is a Mono-Rail system.
The Ibanez SR Cerro comes in four and five-string models. They will be available soon with street prices of $1,049.99 for the four-string and $1,099.99 for the five-string.
Ibanez Bass Workshop SR Cerro Bass Specs:
|Neck Type:||SRSC5 5Pc Maple/Purpleheart Neck-Through|
|Body:||Poplar Burl Top/Mahogany Wing Body|
|Fretboard:||Purpleheart Fretboard w/Avalon Oval Inlay|
|Number of Frets:||24|
|Bridge:||Mono-Rail V Bridge (18mm String Spacing)|
|Pickups:||Bartolini Mk-1 Neck Pickup|
|Electronics:||Ibanez Custom Electronics 3-Band Eq W/Eq Bypass Switch (Passive Tone Control on Treble Pot) & Mid Frequency Switch|
|Hardware Color:||Black Matte|
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