New Left Handed Ibanez Bass Guitars

We spotted three new left handed Ibanez bass guitars today – as long as you count different finish options as different guitars… Say hello to the new Ibanez GSR180L and SR505L.

Currently these guitars are on the UK website, so there’s a chance they might be UK exclusives. The GSR180L comes in Brown Sunburst and Black, while the SR505L comes in Brown Mahogany.

There are also a few slightly redesigned versions of older models such as the SR300L in Iron Pewter.

Ibanez SR505L Left Handed Bass Guitar

Ibanez SR505L Left Handed Bass Guitar Lefty

For 25 years the SR has given bass players a modern alternative. With its continued popularity, Ibanez is constantly endeavoring to answer the wider needs of a variety of players, at a variety of budgets. But no matter what the specs, the heart is the same-SR continues to excite with its smooth, fast neck, lightweight body, and perfectly matched electronics.

neck type 5pc SR4 Jatoba/Bubinga neck
body Mahogany body
fret Medium frets
bridge B305 bridge (16.5mm string spacing)
neck pu Bartolini® MK1 neck pu
bridge pu Bartolini® MK1 bridge pu
equaliser EQB-IIIS 3-band eq
string Elixir® strings
hardware color Cosmo Black

Ibanez GSR180L Left Handed Bass Guitar

Ibanez GSR180L Left Handed Bass Guitar Lefty

GSRs offers legendary Soundgear design-sleekness, comfort, tone, and playability.

neck type GSR4 Maple neck
body Agathis body (BK)/ Basswood body (BS)
fret Medium frets
bridge B10 bridge (19mm string spacing)
neck pu PSNDJ neck pu
bridge pu PSNDJ bridge pu
hardware color Chrome

1 reply
  1. David Kong
    David Kong says:

    Several years ago when I bought my SR500L bass I learned via the Ibanez distributer that there was ONE left handed 5 string in the US, but it could be shipped out to CA for me. At the time I passed thinking that Ibanez would surely continue to offer them in the states and that I didn’t have a need for a 5 string, well of course in hindsight that wasn’t one of my better decisions as I haven’t seen this left handed model in the U.S. since, which is even more annoying as the 500 series is one of the best basses I’ve ever played.


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