Ibanez EHB

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About Ibanez EHB

Ibanez have added yet another great series to their already great selection with the addition of the EHB. This range of headless basses offers the player a striking instrument full of attitude. Its bold appearance still maintains a firm sense of elegance, resulting in a high class instrument. Ibanez is one of the big names when it comes to guitars for the rock and metal world. While this is certainly still the case with many of the most famous guitarists in the world choosing to use them, this bass range manages to step into other genres because of the great tones available.

The headless construction along with a specially designed body creates a great advantage for the player. Whether sitting or standing up, it keeps to a familiar position which allows for easy playability. A contoured shape and chambered body make for a smooth and lightweight instrument. This makes it ideal for those who play on stage for hours at a time or regularly carry their bass to and from practices and performances. They all contain straplocks which is another player friendly appointment.

While the 5 string may be used a lot in metal, it can definitely cover a number of different genres. Jazz bass players have also been known to favour the extra string and it certainly opens up a whole host of other options. The finish options offer a choice between some classic colours or more adventurous burst creations. Whichever way you go, these will look at home on stage in any style of band making them great for session players who switch between a number of different styles.

Why Should I Choose Ibanez EHB?

  • A top range bass that plays incredibly well
  • Easy to play and transport due to their ergonomic design
  • Choice of standard or fanned frets

Frequently Asked Questions about Ibanez EHB

The thumbscrews at the bottom of the bridge allow for the strings to be tightened or loosened. This then adjusts the pitch to get the string perfectly in tune.
They come from Ibanez tuned to 1G, 2D, 3A, 4E, 5B. This is a fairly standard tuning configuration for a 5 string bass.
Straplocks allow you to have your strap securely connected to your guitar. You can move as much as you want on stage without having to worry about your strap coming loose from the buttons.