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Yamaha SLB-100
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Yamaha SLB-100

Electric Cello & Double Bass from Yamaha belonging to the SLB series.

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Yamaha SLB-100Published on 04/05/07 at 07:15
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It's a real musical instrument and ractif prcis and offers an excellent alternative for those who have NCESS to work without too much of its produce. For 1 year, I use it non-stop every evening about 22 hours since my daughter was born.

The more I work mainly the bow and I rgale because the instrument is really prcis. Hyper Easy dplacer Arian but companies will require even qd
EMIS supplmentaire.

A note on BMOL microphones. Even if I did not have time to work correctly the amp or console, I must say that the microphones are working but can not find the quality of sound of a true bass amplified by good unit (I use a David Gage Bass landed on a Chinese reworked by Bruno de Paris......
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It's a real musical instrument and ractif prcis and offers an excellent alternative for those who have NCESS to work without too much of its produce. For 1 year, I use it non-stop every evening about 22 hours since my daughter was born.

The more I work mainly the bow and I rgale because the instrument is really prcis. Hyper Easy dplacer Arian but companies will require even qd
EMIS supplmentaire.

A note on BMOL microphones. Even if I did not have time to work correctly the amp or console, I must say that the microphones are working but can not find the quality of sound of a true bass amplified by good unit (I use a David Gage Bass landed on a Chinese reworked by Bruno de Paris Brette Bass). The little thing wrong is the lightweight dsquilibre postions on high note when playing standing. Indeed, the weight of the right contour dsquilibre lgrement instrument but nothing mchant.

I have not tried other models but I have seen many others and I call David Gage NY confirm to me the same device srieux if they sell the NS Design.

The acquisition is lev cot even if we s'aperoit the invoice of the instrument is of good quality. I was lucky enough to get used but it is difficult dnicher trs.

I would do without hsiter the same choice.
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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: SLB-100
  • Series: SLB
  • Category: Electric Cellos & Double Basses
  • Added in our database on: 06/15/2006

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Other names: slb 100, slb100

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