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Harley Benton B-500 FL
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JoeStar JoeStar
Publié le 05/18/06 à 02:42
Made in China
No frtes or marking on the button, by the representatives on the edge of the handle of course;
Ct bridge humbucker and single type jazz bass neck ct;
Electronic active, serious aige, micro balance and volume;

UTILIZATION

Channel enjoyable (aprsrglages of it and assembling flat rope nets) at the end, not surprisingly, good ACCS to acute;
plutt the body is small, a little dsquilibrect handle and the weight of the assembly is correct (not heavy); personal form is simple but ffective, although dsssin e;
sounds obtained with the bridge pickup ok for the rest, not so good (sounds empty, dull and not pchu).

SOUNDS

I play in 4 groups diffrent and I use two of these formations, jazz-funk, bossa-filled variation on the bass and its rle good and I even save the artwork in the studio with, we have an optimal sound of the bass; indpendemment the game, the sounds are rather dry lgrement tufts, the bass lacks a bit of sustain, but it was the same when his fretless ...

OVERALL OPINION

I utitlise for about a year;
some of the low finishes are not terrible (look prt, the keys are not properly aligned, the key demand polishing), the rglages treble (high band frequency drives too, in Basically it's a rglage bass / treble hi-fi) for the rest it is played and aisaiement obtained fretless sound, not a frte (I play a Cort B5 );
if it's a fretless Premire and the price, no hsitations have.
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