|neck type||SR6 5pc Jatoba/Bubinga neck|
|body||Bubinga top/Maple body|
|fretboard||Rosewood fretboard w/Abalone oval inlay|
|number of frets||24|
|bridge||Accu-cast B306 bridge (16.5mm string spacing)|
|neck pickup||Nordstrand™ CND P neck pickup (Passive)|
|bridge pickup||Nordstrand™ CND J bridge pickup (Passive)|
|equaliser||Ibanez Custom Electronics 3-band eq w/Eq bypass switch (passive tone control on treble pot)|
|hardware color||Black matte|
|a : Width at Nut||54mm|
|b : Width at Last Fret||83mm|
|c : Thickness at 1st||19.5mm|
|d : Thickness at 12th||21.5mm|
"The demand for PJ basses is as strong as it's been in years because players love the versatility of basses that offer both a very vintage robust P sound and the added depth and flexibility of that J pickup by the bridge. The basic P sound is so incredibly useful and practical, having been a fundamental part of rock and pop recordings since very near the beginning of recorded pop and rock music. The simplicity and purity of a P style bass make it almost indispensable in these and many more genres. And adding a killer J tone to the package really ups the game in terms of versatility. There is definitely a place for a full J tone in all kinds of music these days. The focus allows for a very present and more in the face sound that really cuts through. And with both pickup on the sound is both full and scoopy in a way that can really sit in a mix both powerfully and with presence. The PJ setup is really a great way to cover a ton of tonal ground and I expect players will really be excited by this new offering from Ibanez featuring the fantastic pickups of our joint endeavor."
Precision tonal control, including a switch to choose passive-only operation. When the EQ bypasses activated, the treble tone control knob becomes the global tone control for the passive circuit.
Coupling Jatoba with Bubinga has made the neck strong and stable despite its thinness.