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  • luca vatarluca vatar

    good bass

    Harley Benton JB-40FLPublished on 12/01/14 at 04:53
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    jb hose-like, very fine

    UTILIZATION

    nice round, huge weight ... its correct tres

    SOUNDS

    the sound is a little weak, but thanks to my zoom I correct ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    it is rather an impulse pushed by my group that jazzy tone at times, I wanted to test without ruining me, I took it based on the reviews ... who are just. a very easy handle end to play, so I have a handle bp wider it was immediate. I had to adjust the handle, the first case was nearing, I relaxed in a week she was attacking -incurvé- the sound is a bit flowed with good pedal but I manage to sound jb more than correct. .. the weight! wow, this is the heaviest bass I had in my hands ... acastil…
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    jb hose-like, very fine

    UTILIZATION

    nice round, huge weight ... its correct tres

    SOUNDS

    the sound is a little weak, but thanks to my zoom I correct ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    it is rather an impulse pushed by my group that jazzy tone at times, I wanted to test without ruining me, I took it based on the reviews ... who are just. a very easy handle end to play, so I have a handle bp wider it was immediate. I had to adjust the handle, the first case was nearing, I relaxed in a week she was attacking -incurvé- the sound is a bit flowed with good pedal but I manage to sound jb more than correct. .. the weight! wow, this is the heaviest bass I had in my hands ... acastillage; it sounds okay, we'll see over time: good and it's been 3 months since I have and for my part, I feel to buy a good pedal, say that it really is fretless sparingly me ... therefore 145 euros worth.
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  • MakosMakos

    Fretless worth the detour

    Harley Benton JB-40FLPublished on 05/28/14 at 01:57
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    OVERALL OPINION

    Another beautiful and good instrument at Thomann. This copy of Jazz Bass offers a lot for an ultra-tight price. The ash body, although a bit heavy, has the advantage to provide excellent sustain. The finishes are blameless.
    Micro JB Wilkinson are good. The hardware quality.
    Comes with ropes round threads, it sounds input well equipped with dishes nets she sings ... as it should be ;-)
    In summary, it is at a Squier (Vintage Modified Fretless model ... anyway, there's only one of this type in the brand) for just over a …
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    Please read comprehensive reviews

    UTILIZATION

    Please read comprehensive reviews

    SOUNDS

    Please read comprehensive reviews

    OVERALL OPINION

    Another beautiful and good instrument at Thomann. This copy of Jazz Bass offers a lot for an ultra-tight price. The ash body, although a bit heavy, has the advantage to provide excellent sustain. The finishes are blameless.
    Micro JB Wilkinson are good. The hardware quality.
    Comes with ropes round threads, it sounds input well equipped with dishes nets she sings ... as it should be ;-)
    In summary, it is at a Squier (Vintage Modified Fretless model ... anyway, there's only one of this type in the brand) for just over a third of the price. Only notable differences between the two instruments, rosewood fingerboard with HB against the ébonol (resin) in Squier. Personally, I prefer wood. A little more mellow in sound. The species chosen for the body is also different, in Agathis Squier against Ash for HB. Here also I give the advantage to HB.
    Once again Thomann spoils the musician without it exploding piggy bank ... bravo.
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