Bill & Beanie BB34C/EQ
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Bassistuta 06/01/2004

Bill & Beanie BB34C/EQ : Bassistuta's user review

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Corenne to not look, I bought the era, not having found my happiness between the Rue de Douai and St. V. Mass. I shut all hsitant in between a Fender and Ibanez EA EA.
Exactly, m and m cut look on the picture, except that speaks good of a bass (bah yes, I am bassist, op)
Most recent internship with 24 frets buttons are accessible thanks aisment cut on sleeve al. The body is gross, but the handle and polished thin enough for EA to the size of the pitch.

UTILIZATION

Channel varnished trs trs enjoyable. Chord height, bridge, mechanical .... trs is the right product mid-range.
Access in dernires keys will not be a PB even for small hands.
In addition, trslgre, it is nice to take it with you so as not to let the guitarist from the beach in the area attract all the honors with some ballads too easy.

SOUNDS

Acoustic:
Obviously, the more we descend into the grave, more will force the touch or mediator but the result is excellent in the medium (c and basically what m'intresse in acoustic) and the AIGS.
Electro:
I RPET, lar-ge-ment at the Fender MODEL cousin. Finding his low effort.
To avoid noise and other feedback, I was even advised to buy a rose but rglages are so sensitive as I could go on and play amp, keeping the minutes of the Cash ... the top!

OVERALL OPINION

Use for 2 years. I wanted to keep some and buy the Fender MODEL equivalent to dpart I wanted but now I will not change. Even if financirement now I can afford it.
Its strengths are its three jouabilit rendering electro sound and look, all those who have seen apprcient.
Is what I would do this choice? Difficult, since j'tais party buy a Fender (if good opportunity) or an Ibanez ... but otherwise randomly wanted and now it's not without regret.