Bass Guitars reviews
MusicMan Classic Stingray 4 Mini-Review - Classic and Timeless
Today's review is dedicated to a master piece and a living legend — a totem in electric bass guitar history.
Ibanez Jet King JTKB300 Mini-Review - Everything Comes in Threes
We all know the classic Ibanez bass guitar series: the SR range with its thin neck and integrated active electronics; the more characterful BTB range; the ATK range with its triple pickup that has been rocking the world of music since the 90's; the EDB range launched first in composite synthetic materials and then revisited in wood... But the obje…
Ibanez BTB 700DX Review - Red or Black...
The BTB (Boutique Bass acronym) represents one of the nine IBANEZ bass families. It was conceived to provide features of a boutique instrument at an affordable price for the masses. Now, if I can only decide on the red or black finish..
Schecter Ultra Bass Review - Ne-ck Plus Ultra
In spite of all my years in the guitar world, I have to admit that I never had the opportunity to test an instrument made by Schecter. This company's story reads like an American fairy tale...
Bassman TV Twelve Review - Fender Bassman TV : Old-School Amp
The 50's saw the birth of the first electric bass guitars by Leo Fender with the famous Precision Bass model. Inevitably, the first Bassman amps with their tweed covering quickly appeared on the market. To celebrate its non-birthday, Fender introduces a new amp series based on these pioneer models.
Schecter Stiletto Extreme 4 Review - More than Bass
Before manufacturing its own electric and bass guitars, Schecter made spare parts for other renowned guitar manufacturers. Those times are long gone and now Schecter makes high-quality original models at affordable prices. Today, we will test a bass guitar called the Stiletto Extreme 4...
TC Electronic RebelHead450 review - Rebel Rebel
Well-known for its studio and guitar digital effects, TC Electronic enters the bass market with the RebelHead450, a 450-watt amplifier head with speaker cabinet.
Squier Classic Vibe Series: The Test - Do you feel the vibe?
Squier has been making low-cost guitars based on Fender designs since 1982. Because their early guitars have now become collector items for some, Squier is seeking to regain some of that magic with their Classic Vibe Series. This latest series was launched to capture the "vibe" of classic Fender designs as opposed to trying to be exact reproducti…