I own a EDC700. I have played for 3 years and it's my first bass. I can agree with its funky smell, but it doesnt bother me. When it comes to playability, its a reason for naming it Ergodyne Series. It plays like a dream and sits just perfect. Because I havent tried that many basses I really dont know how it sounds 'direct' to the board, but I think it may be a bit sterile. It can be tweaked by its EQs though.
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Through my Ashdown with the pre-shape in, it comes out very good. Im thinking of getting a MIA Jazz, but will def keep the EDC. Go for it, you won't regret! I've been interested in getting one because of the oddity factor. I never liked the shape of the 700s though, but I got one anyway because it was in nearly perfect condition.
Only a minor blemish on the tip of the headstock, a missing truss rod cover, and a couple loose knobs. No problems now. For a plastic body that's over fifteen years old, this is in great shape.
The frets are smooth, the truss rod is tight but it doesn't bind, and the action is pretty good. It may require a shim, but being a bolt on that shouldn't be a problem. Now, as far as the sound being sterile. Sure, it's got no natural tone at all. But for a setup with lots of effect pedals, this thing is great for pure electric sound. The tone control is versatile, the output is strong (even with those cheap Ibanez pickups) and the controls are easy to reach. I spent $225 on it, and it's easily the nicest four-string fretted bass I own.
6.5' Self Defense Ti EDC Multi Tool Survival USA SELLER. If you have any special instructions for your order write them in the Paypal notes or they may not be received. If you are not happy. Ibenez Ergodyne EDC 700 Bass and Case. The Ibanez Ergodyne is a very interesting and overlooked line of basses. Used: An item that has been used previously. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. This item may be a floor model or store return that has been used. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections.
If yours sucks, I'm sorry to hear it. Mine doesn't. I'm very impressed with it.
I bought this bass at Long and Mcquade for $700(Canadian). I bought it cause I wanted to get a better bass than the one I had. I liked the overall sound. You can change the sound to more muffled tones to thumping kick drum tones.
The feel of the neck was great too. The neck was very thin considering it is a 5 string bass. The active pickups are awesome!!!
I didn't disklike it at all. The construction was very good. The neck is a bolt on and the body is made of luthite. The quality was very good and I am happy i bought it. This bass is great for beginners or experts. I strongly recommend it This review was originally published on.