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1991 Ibanez Soundgear SR1000 PJ Bass Natural w/ Case, Japan

$999.99

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Up for sale, a 1991 Ibanez Soundgear SR1000 bass guitar in exceptional condition and in perfect working order, complete with a hardshell case. Produced for only a couple of years at the Fujigen factory in Japan, the SR1000 features a two-piece ash body, three-piece maple neck, slab ebony fretboard, and stock IBZ C2 PJ pickup configuration. A versatile rhythmic force, the bass features a variable blend knob with center detent that allows the player a smooth gradient between the P and J pickups. Additionally, a mini three-way toggle provides three distinct tonal profiles, from big and blooming bottom, to well balanced punch, to focused treble definition and grind. The bass can sound full and pillowy, cutting and present, or growly and midrange forward, consistently providing an articulate and authoritative response. This SR1000 weighs 8lbs 10oz, professionally setup here at Mike & Mike’s Guitar Bar with roundwound 45-100 strings, comfortable action, and accurate intonation.

The three-piece maple neck has a very slender and fast-feeling C shaped profile carve with modest shoulder, measuring .755” deep at the 1st fret and .860” at the 12th. The thick slab ebony fretboard features a 24 fret range with mini dot inlay and stock medium jumbo fretwire that shows sparingly little wear. The bass plays well in all registers up the straight neck with an ideally adjusted and responsive truss rod. The scale length is a full 34”, and the nut measures 1 1/2” in width. The headstock features a metallic SDGR logo and set of Cosmo Black tuners that turn smoothly and hold pitch, showing light surface patina.

On the body, the stock electronics work as they should, with a three-way mini Tone switch, Master Volume and Tone knobs, and center detent pickup Blend. The original black beehive knobs are intact, the pickup covers sport pristine silkscreen text, and the heavy duty AccuCast B IV bridge shows light patina in the Cosmo Black plating. The original Natural transparent gloss finish is in great shape, with cosmetic wear limited to light scattered marks relegated to the perimeter of the body. The neck sports a clean gloss finish with a few faint marks behind fret 5 that are not distracting to the palm.

A hardshell case is included.
The three-piece maple neck has a very slender and fast-feeling C shaped profile carve with modest shoulder, measuring .755” deep at the 1st fret and .860” at the 12th. The thick slab ebony fretboard features mini dot inlay and stock medium jumbo fretwire that shows sparingly little wear. The bass plays well in all registers up the straight neck with an ideally adjusted and responsive truss rod. The scale length is a full 34”, and the nut measures 1 1/2” in width. The headstock features a metallic SDGR logo and set of Cosmo Black tuners that turn smoothly and hold pitch, showing light surface patina.

On the body, the stock electronics work as they should, with a three-way mini Tone switch, Master Volume and Tone knobs, and center detent pickup Blend. The original black beehive knobs are intact, the pickup covers sport pristine silkscreen text, and the heavy duty AccuCast B IV bridge shows light patina in the Cosmo Black plating. The original Natural transparent gloss finish is in great shape, with cosmetic wear limited to light scattered marks relegated to the perimeter of the body. The neck sports a clean gloss finish with a few faint marks behind fret 5 that are not distracting to the palm.

A hardshell case is included.