• Ibanez SR400 bass guitar, light amber finish
    Ibanez SR400


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1993 to 2005

The Ibanez SR400 bass was introduced in 1993. The SR400 has a maple double cutaway body with a bolt-on maple neck. Other features included an  Accu-Cast B20 bridge (19mm pitch), IBZ DX-P neck pickup, IBZ DX-J bridge pickup and EQB-IIIB 3 band equalizer.

The SR400 was also available left-handed as the SR400L and as a fretless model the SR400FL, but both these options were discontinued in 1997. The SR400 was replaced around 2006 by the Ibanez SR400QM bass.

Specifications (21)


Body materialmaple body
Body shape featuresdouble cutaway


Bridgefixed bridge
Hardware colorblack hardware


Configurationleft-handed configuration
Finish colorsblack finish, blue finish, green finish, natural finish
Made inKorea
Number of strings4 strings
Scale length34 inches scale-length


EQ or mix controls3-band EQ control
Volume controls2 volume controls


Fingerboard inlay materialpearl fingerboard inlay material
Fingerboard materialrosewood fingerboard
Fingerboard position markersdot fingerboard position markers


Neck jointbolt on neck
Neck materialmaple neck
Neck width1.5 inches wide at nut
Number of frets24 fret, fretless
Tuner layouttwo-each-side


Pickups brand and modelIbanez DX pickup(s)
Pickups configurationprecision style/jazz bass style pickups

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2005$400newguitar-listDiscounted retail price when new in 2005.
2005$299wornMy bass is a sr400c that I bought used in 2005 in Canada, I can't find any info about what the c at the end of the model number indicates anywhere (maybe it indicates what country it was sold in, idk). It's a good bass with good sound but needs neck adjustments every 5-7 years, so all in all I'm very happy, except the tuners needed replacing. Bought a cheap set off Amazon and they turned out to be IDENTICAL to the ones I replaced lol. I've played newer models of the sr400 series and noticed the newer body was much thinner, the electronics have been updated to "lesser" sounding components so I would recommend buying the older Sr basses. Mine is a 97 or 98 and is black in color. I wouldn't purchase a higher end sr model new though, but used for sure, as I feel there are some great alternatives in today's new market that would meet or exceed the equivalent Sr model in terms of new price, sound and playability. Still, I would recommend a 90s sr model to any beginner or casual bass player in a heartbeat.

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