Ibanez SDB3-PW Sharlee D' Angelo Signature Model Pearl White
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This is the unmistakable Signature of Sharlee D' Angelo, bassist of the band Arch Enemy. In 2005 D' Angelo switched to the legendary Ibanez Iceman bass guitars, playing this one to the present day. He now finally has his own Signature Model on the market now, the SDB3-PW. This bass is totally tamed and set as D' Angelo likes to play it, in short: this bass is made to tear and rag a firm jar. That is exactly what the look of this bass makes sense.
The mahogany body gives this guitar a nice sustain with it. This allows you to play a beautiful accompanying party without having to add nuts all the time to get through the mix. Given the powerful PFR-N4 and B4 neck and bridal elements, you will be more inclined to play firm melodies, because that's what this bass has been created for. This is not to say that this bass is only made to rag. When you activate the nebasement element and set the tone and volume button properly, it can also be a very subtle bass.
The bridge is of the type Mono Rail IV and is made for the optimum s-to-use insulation. Each string is independent and firmly attached to the body in order to transpose the optimal vibration of the strings to the body. Each individual saddle is to be graduated with a screwdriver in height. This allows you to distance the distance between the strings and the neck so that it is exactly like you want. The neck is of maple and bubinga and consists of 5 parts, which contributes to the sturdiness of the neck. The fretboard is from palissander and plays like a true angel.