The BL700 is a four-string Blazer series solid-body electric bass model introduced by Ibanez for 1980. It was made in Japan by Dyna Gakki.
The BL700 features a double-cutaway ash body bolted to a rock maple neck with a 21-fret maple fingerboard and black dot inlays. Components include a single Super B4 pickup, a Brass B-I bridge, Hercules B tuning machines and solid knurled brass knobs.
For 1981 a new headstock shape was introduced and the pickup was changed to a P-4.
The BL740 is a fretless version. The BL800 is a similar model with a beefier bridge.
The BL700 was discontinued with the entire Blazer series after 1982.