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4-string bass guitar from Harley Benton

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  • transitustransitus

    Harley Benton P-90Published on 08/24/08 at 14:30
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It is a low factory in China.

    It has 21 frets and two microphones P-bass style

    er the bridge I'm not so I'll shut up

    Uh this is a short scale P-bass style and the wait was about it because you rgler ca frieze death.

    USE

    The handle is pleasant and the bass does not sting the nose and since it is a short scale is super cool to play.

    Small black dot ...... the access to the treble is a little difficult but I do not like so much treble so it's not a problem.

    Then is ......... uh I do not know ..... enjoyable to play and as I said before this low will pique pa nose.

    The bass does not offer the same versatility of its enormously but with a good amp ... it happens

    SONORI…
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    It is a low factory in China.

    It has 21 frets and two microphones P-bass style

    er the bridge I'm not so I'll shut up

    Uh this is a short scale P-bass style and the wait was about it because you rgler ca frieze death.

    USE

    The handle is pleasant and the bass does not sting the nose and since it is a short scale is super cool to play.

    Small black dot ...... the access to the treble is a little difficult but I do not like so much treble so it's not a problem.

    Then is ......... uh I do not know ..... enjoyable to play and as I said before this low will pique pa nose.

    The bass does not offer the same versatility of its enormously but with a good amp ... it happens

    SONORITS

    My style of music exclusively metal and filled it well enough although its role. It passes fat and heavy sound has a cold and slamming his bass and during my course I play jazz and not too bad but then it's not marcus miller ^^.

    I use a harley benton HB115B MK3 200 watts and a Harley Benton HB-20 and the Hb-20 sound bad but with the 200 watt is acceptable for the price

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I use it for 3 months

    I love the fact that it is a short scale ca facillite enormously the games and no it is not a low junior as some might think. Well I must rgler the handle but 68 bn euro bass ........

    This is my first bass has fulfilled its role but at present I am looking for my "real" bass.

    The report is qualitprix imbatsi c'tait has again I choisisrait rather the version above the same brand but ...

    Added 10/04/08: Okay so you mfiez the Tone knob of my home because the son has the inside were tear and I did not have her so I reunite all of the but I do not know, or so goes a bass on but over the knob has no effect so if someone could send me the support to this address: cody_pierre@hotmail.fr
    it would be very nice.
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  • transitustransitus

    very nice to start alone.

    Harley Benton P-90Published on 08/03/11 at 14:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Harley Benton short scale bass. Ideal to start with little cramps and is open to children.

    I received the package so low over a 20-watt HB, webbing etc ...

    Low is less than 100 euros but it's already more than adequate I think. 21 boxes, volume, tone, bass precison type microphones. The minimum but it works.

    UTILIZATION

    Well of course the ease of play is. It's small, it is light, the bass is équillibrée at the time I looked no more complicated.

    In terms of its not but it is not good to begin with is more than enough. And in a good amp it can get out of something.

    SOUNDS

    I only used for my classes for my bass and first group ... When I got to the stage the grou…
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    Harley Benton short scale bass. Ideal to start with little cramps and is open to children.

    I received the package so low over a 20-watt HB, webbing etc ...

    Low is less than 100 euros but it's already more than adequate I think. 21 boxes, volume, tone, bass precison type microphones. The minimum but it works.

    UTILIZATION

    Well of course the ease of play is. It's small, it is light, the bass is équillibrée at the time I looked no more complicated.

    In terms of its not but it is not good to begin with is more than enough. And in a good amp it can get out of something.

    SOUNDS

    I only used for my classes for my bass and first group ... When I got to the stage the group has "slammed" and I paid a warwick (yes I know it's not really the same range ^ ^).

    The sound is not typed a bass sound that point. As for me says it's served me learn ... and it do its job beautifully.

    Since I attacked the metal has stalled verrrrry soon! but good.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used it a year after I got my warwick corvette std 5.

    She's doing a good job ... mics rust the bridge begins to make sounds weird vibration ... the handle also started me flipper. The tone starts to let me go, the jack also live with but hey I carted a lot and then I was not as careful as loooin now.

    That is what I'm into my passion ... it is not negligible.
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  • unisevunisev

    Very pleasant surprise

    Harley Benton P-90Published on 07/02/10 at 02:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Direct from Thomann:

    Harley Benton HBP90BK short scale bass guitar
    - Bolt-on maple neck rosewood fretboard With
    - 21 frets
    - 1 PB-1 pickup-
    - 1 volume & 1 tone control
    - Chrome hardware
    - 73.5cm scale length
    - Saddle / nut 42mm
    - Colour: Black



    UTILIZATION

    Besides the whole "practice" of the handle to make the low ShortScale accessible to children, as a guitarist, I really liked solved about the size of the handle of a guitar with a bass sonotiré.

    With easy we can make differences in 3 / 4 boxes at the bottom of the handle with one hand ... short plays well with a guitarist.



    SOUNDS

    I played this bass on a KUSTOM KBA16, who is also a very good little produc…
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    Direct from Thomann:

    Harley Benton HBP90BK short scale bass guitar
    - Bolt-on maple neck rosewood fretboard With
    - 21 frets
    - 1 PB-1 pickup-
    - 1 volume & 1 tone control
    - Chrome hardware
    - 73.5cm scale length
    - Saddle / nut 42mm
    - Colour: Black



    UTILIZATION

    Besides the whole "practice" of the handle to make the low ShortScale accessible to children, as a guitarist, I really liked solved about the size of the handle of a guitar with a bass sonotiré.

    With easy we can make differences in 3 / 4 boxes at the bottom of the handle with one hand ... short plays well with a guitarist.



    SOUNDS

    I played this bass on a KUSTOM KBA16, who is also a very good little product.

    I am surprised at the quality of the 2 products, no noise, low notes you can hear it.

    I had the sound I wanted was not SUPER-MULTI, but it suffices.


    OVERALL OPINION

    This is the value for money unbeatable is the first time I touch a low-Short Scale seems to me correct in terms of tone / finish.

    For 130 € I got the 2 second hand (bass + amp) and I avai widely for that amount.

    I so loved that I might buy me one to play on a Roland Micro Cube BASS RX with acoustic guitar (if it sounds ...)
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