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July 26, 2004
"The limited production SR900TK is the first Soundgear we've ever done in Transparent Black--definitely a great looking instrument," remarked Pete Chiovarou of the Ibanez bass division. "And it's a great sounding and playing instrument like the other Soundgear 900 series basses. You've got a Bartolini eq and pickups and incredibly easy to play thru-neck that offers easy access anywhere on two octave fretboard. And you get all of that for well under a grand, list price."
The limited production SR900TK in Transparent Black lists for $929.99. It joins the regular production model SR900AM in Amber which was introduced at the January 2004 NAMM Show in Anaheim.
For more information, visit their web site at www.ibanez.com