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  • Bertrand DuvelBertrand Duvel

    Hartke XL-4Published on 01/02/08 at 09:51
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  • maxbassos09maxbassos09

    a massacre

    Hartke XL-4Published on 04/02/13 at 16:02
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    made in usa aluminum handle schaller bridge 2000, 21 frets
    volume balance and a concentric bass / treble
    micro emg

    UTILIZATION

    good shape nice round key ebonol brushed aluminum plate
    while at noon it sounds already terrivble

    SOUNDS

    should auj azz like rock to funk and even harder styles such as metal
    great sound regardless of the circumstances, formidable bridge pickup, its very "grainy" really one of the best grain for me, having the spector and music man ... its worth a NS 2 with more presence, played on a EDEN WT 800 that happiness will be hard to let go of this one

    OVERALL OPINION

    gear super nice grain, beautiful presence pierces the mix like no …
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    made in usa aluminum handle schaller bridge 2000, 21 frets
    volume balance and a concentric bass / treble
    micro emg

    UTILIZATION

    good shape nice round key ebonol brushed aluminum plate
    while at noon it sounds already terrivble

    SOUNDS

    should auj azz like rock to funk and even harder styles such as metal
    great sound regardless of the circumstances, formidable bridge pickup, its very "grainy" really one of the best grain for me, having the spector and music man ... its worth a NS 2 with more presence, played on a EDEN WT 800 that happiness will be hard to let go of this one

    OVERALL OPINION

    gear super nice grain, beautiful presence pierces the mix like no other low
    value for money, my opinion is that it is low in many 3000/4000e if you remove the side "violin" in terms of sound is unparalleled
    a choice again blindfolded
    low equivalent: the X-ray vaccaro bass, very hard to find ;-)
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  • slysly3131slysly3131

    Very high quality

    Hartke XL-4Published on 03/20/11 at 08:33
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    USA, aluminum handle.
    This bass was designed for the anniversary of the brand.
    Sold very expensive in Europe (it is worth it) I got very cheap from a seller on ebay USA.


    UTILIZATION

    Ergonomically correct

    SOUNDS

    Huge.
    Crystalline rather than stamped (even if), extremely accurate even if we push ds infra.
    Modern, huge sustain, typed but balanced

    OVERALL OPINION

    10/10 for me. It's personal sound. That's lower than expected.

    FYI, I have a fretless (for world music, jazz, sounds very warm and stamped) and a fretted (for its modern +, tt which requires power and precision bass)
    = Fretless ibanez studio retyped
    = Fretted. Before arriving at my final choice …
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    USA, aluminum handle.
    This bass was designed for the anniversary of the brand.
    Sold very expensive in Europe (it is worth it) I got very cheap from a seller on ebay USA.


    UTILIZATION

    Ergonomically correct

    SOUNDS

    Huge.
    Crystalline rather than stamped (even if), extremely accurate even if we push ds infra.
    Modern, huge sustain, typed but balanced

    OVERALL OPINION

    10/10 for me. It's personal sound. That's lower than expected.

    FYI, I have a fretless (for world music, jazz, sounds very warm and stamped) and a fretted (for its modern +, tt which requires power and precision bass)
    = Fretless ibanez studio retyped
    = Fretted. Before arriving at my final choice with it, I had an Ibanez Soundgear, a patrician white. Okay the 2 heads but it is above
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