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DeArmond Ashbory
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DeArmond Ashbory

Electric Fretless Bass from DeArmond .

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niblanibla

DeArmond AshboryPublished on 02/07/05 at 05:45
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
See my opinion on the guild ashbory

UTILIZATION

Ergonomics rotten

SOUNDS

"Bass latex" would be a good image

OVERALL OPINION

Not for everyone, I am more explicit in the "Guild ashbory"
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JebberzJebberz

DeArmond AshboryPublished on 10/16/06 at 11:55
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Original, extremely lightweight, the piezo eliminates interference problems (but can feedback if the amp is really loud), the key is fretless and allows many fantasies.

UTILIZATION

The light weight and lack of tension of the strings make the instrument very aconfortable to play. it can be used for hours without fatigue no. For cons, the short length of the handle makes the adjustment a little difficult thing and the use of talcum powder so that the strings slide can sometimes be annoying. However, the sound is excellent, especially for the price, and this bass is an inspiration for those who like to experiment with different technical effects.

SOUNDS

Wow!

Big warm sound that...…
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Original, extremely lightweight, the piezo eliminates interference problems (but can feedback if the amp is really loud), the key is fretless and allows many fantasies.

UTILIZATION

The light weight and lack of tension of the strings make the instrument very aconfortable to play. it can be used for hours without fatigue no. For cons, the short length of the handle makes the adjustment a little difficult thing and the use of talcum powder so that the strings slide can sometimes be annoying. However, the sound is excellent, especially for the price, and this bass is an inspiration for those who like to experiment with different technical effects.

SOUNDS

Wow!

Big warm sound that approximates a bit of a bass, that really a low potential is particularly high. By the staccato tapping, we arrive at a sound approximating an old analog synth bass. The bcp sonoritée has an amp that does not color the sound or a direct connection to the console.

OVERALL OPINION

The adjustment problems overshadowed by the weight, sound, the originality of this bass. Personally, I fell in love with this wonder. Wow!
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  • Manufacturer: DeArmond
  • Model: Ashbory
  • Category: Electric Fretless Basses
  • Added in our database on: 10/14/2006

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