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Gibson Nikki Sixx Signature 'Blackbird'
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  • MGR/Roger SmithMGR/Roger Smith

    Gibson Nikki Sixx Blackbird

    Gibson Nikki Sixx Signature 'Blackbird'Published on 04/10/04 at 15:00
    Found this Bass (via net) at a mega gibson music store in central Washington. Paid $888 USD new, which I later found out was a great deal.

    The growl, this bass is the real deal. The gothic look is pretty sweet too. It's a T-Bird, what more is there to say.

    It's a T-Bird, so the headstock heavy feel takes a little to get used to. The finish is pretty cheap too, but I hear they meant it to be, so it gets the 'road-worn' look fast.

    This bass is build tough. It's meant to be a road warrior bass. There are no volume or tone controls, so it's balls to wall all the time.

    This is an amazing bass for the money (if you can get it for under $1,000 USD). It's wicked tone and gothic look is amazing…
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    Found this Bass (via net) at a mega gibson music store in central Washington. Paid $888 USD new, which I later found out was a great deal.

    The growl, this bass is the real deal. The gothic look is pretty sweet too. It's a T-Bird, what more is there to say.

    It's a T-Bird, so the headstock heavy feel takes a little to get used to. The finish is pretty cheap too, but I hear they meant it to be, so it gets the 'road-worn' look fast.

    This bass is build tough. It's meant to be a road warrior bass. There are no volume or tone controls, so it's balls to wall all the time.

    This is an amazing bass for the money (if you can get it for under $1,000 USD). It's wicked tone and gothic look is amazing. The bass is tough and means business.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • jeffos11jeffos11

    Gibson Nikki Sixx Signature 'Blackbird'Published on 02/12/10 at 03:56
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I availing oneself of the bb, it is n the USA.

    No rglages, ON or OFF.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is super enjoyable, the shape is not troublesome standing

    SOUNDS

    great sound, especially with the Marshall no effect!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it since 2000

    Accessibilt in the treble very good!

    Big mchant look

    Regarding the price I had bought nearly 2000 Euros (14500 F) But the number of copies Distribus worldwide is 400. If you have one you availing oneself of chance.Si you want acqurir mfiez you a price!!
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