Andy's Gear Buddy Bundle includes:
Ibanez GSRM20 Mikro Electric Bass Guitar - See details below.
Amplifier - The Ibanez IBZ10B Bass Amp features a closed-back cabinet and 10 watts pushing a 6.5" Power Jam speaker for producing real bass sound. The 3-band EQ allows players access to a variety of sounds, and the amp also comes with an auxiliary input for your favorite music device.
Padded Gig Bag - Protect your Ibanez Mikro bass guitar against the wear and tear of travel with this durable, padded gig bag. Features accessory pocket, two zipper pulls, and hand strap. Depending on availability we may substitute the IBBMikro bag for a Gear Buddy bag of equal or greater value.
Instrument Cable - 10-foot long quality instrument cable.
Guitar Tuner - Our Gear Buddy GB23 Universal Chromatic Tuner is fast, accurate, and easy to use. The display is easy to see and turns from blue to green when you acquire the correct note.
The Ibanez GSRM20 Mikro bass is like a 3/4 scale guitar, it features a shorter neck and smaller body. The Mikro bass is perfect for last-minute rehearsals, students, young rockers just joining the fray, or anywhere space is at a premium.
The Ibanez Mikro bass should not be confused with other small basses, it's no toy. Mikro features the same construction, high quality, and careful set-up of the Ibanez full-size GSR models.
Mikro's 28.60" inch scale length (standard 4- string bass guitars feature a neck scale of 34") makes it the right choice for beginning players or pros practicing on the tour bus. Bass guitars with a scale length between 30"-33" are considered medium scale, while basses with a 30" or less scale length are considered short scale.
The construction and finish of the Ibanez GSRM20 electric bass get good marks, and the attention to detail is impressive at this price point. Contact Andy's Music today and get yours on its way.
Andy's Music, a 9X winner of the prestigious NAMM TOP 100 Dealer Award, is a family business with family values serving musicians, music educators, and houses of worship on the Gulf Coast. Keeping the gift of music alive since 1977.