The new four-string BTB740 and seven-string BTB747 models include similar features to the original BTB700 series, featuring a 35” scale length with an extended upper horn to include balance, as well as Bartolini BH2 pickups, a custom 3-band EQ, a sustain-friendly zero fret and a Mono-rail V bridge.
While the BTB740 features a regular five-piece maple/rosewood neck, the BTB740 seven-string features a nine-piece maple, rosewood and walnut neck, providing the neck with extra strength and support. Both models are built using mahogany and ash, featuring a walnut top.
In addition, Ibanez has unveiled the five-string BTB1905E and six-string BTB1906E models as part of their updated Premium range. Both models feature an eye-catching figure maple tops on top of an ash and figure maple body, and come fitted with a nine-piece Wenge, Bubinga and Maple graphite-reinforced neck with a rosewood fretboard as well as premium Aguilar DCB pickups and Gotoh machineheads.
Ibanez are distributed in Australia via Australis Music.