Jackson Guitars Expands X-Series with Spectra Bass SBX IV
New for 2022, Jackson Guitars has added the Spectra Bass SBX IV to their X-series Basses. The company says the model has a body shape made for gigging musicians.
“The offset Spectra Bass body style was innovatively designed with the gigging musician in mind. Its nyatoh body has a larger upper horn that evenly distributes weight throughout the instrument for perfect balance and playing comfort,” they explain. “The graphite-reinforced through-body maple neck with scarf joint creates formidable sustain, with a speed neck contour, 12?-16? compound radius laurel fingerboard, and 24 jumbo frets for superior playability.”
Other features include a pair of medium-output humbuckers with two-way toggle switches for coil splitting. It has an active/passive preamp with a three-band EQ.
The Jackson X-Series Spectra SBX IV comes in Gloss Black and Matte Army Drab finishes with black hardware. It is available now for $699.99.
Jackson Guitars X-Series Spectra Bass SBX IV Specs:
|Neck:||Maple with Graphite Reinforcement|
|Fingerboard Radius:||12″-16″ Compound Radius|
|Pickups:||Passive Jackson Medium-Output Humbuckers w/Coil Split|
|Electronics:||Active/Passive 3-Band EQ|
|Tuners:||Jackson Sealed Die-Cast|
|Finish:||Gloss Black or Matte Army Drab|
Looks like an Ibanez SR series
It does indeed. And probably made in the same factory no less.