A formidable neck-through-body with modern style, the Spectra Bass SBX IV takes the adventurous
player on a bold bass odyssey with flexible tone.
Jackson X Series Spectra Bass SBX IV Guitar Features
34”-scale, four-string bass
• Nyatoh body
• Through-body maple neck with graphite reinforcement and scarf
• 12”-16” compound radius bound laurel fingerboard with 24 jumbo
frets and white dot inlays
• Dual passive Jackson medium-output humbucking pickups
• Volume control (with push/pull selector for active/passive
options), blend control, 3-band EQ (active only) and two-way
toggle switch (pickup coil split)
• Jackson HiMass™ bridge
• Jackson sealed die-cast tuners
• Available in Gloss Black or Matte Army Drab with unique 2x2
black headstock with “J” logo and black hardware
The offset Spectra Bass body style was innovatively designed with
the gigging musician in mind. Its nyatoh body has a larger upper
horn that evenly distributes weight throughout the instrument
for perfect balance and playing comfort. The graphite-reinforced
through-body maple neck with scarf joint creates formidable
sustain, with a speed neck contour, 12”-16” compound radius
laurel fingerboard and 24 jumbo frets for superior playability.
The SBX IV provides a full-sonic spectrum for even the most
versatile and progressive bassists. Dual passive medium-output
humbucking pickups create a dynamic foundation with punch,
power and note articulation. Wide-ranging tonal command comes
from a two-way toggle switch for pickup coil splitting, 3-band active
EQ, blend control and volume control with push/pull selector to
bypass or engage active circuit for the 3-band EQ. The push/pull
selector eliminates the risk of losing sound due to a dead battery.
A quick pull on the volume knob bypasses the active circuit,
making it easy to regain sound from the bass without the use of
This four-string bass also features a HiMass™ hardtail bridge that
enhances sustain and improves attack.
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