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4-string bass guitar from LTD belonging to the Standard B series.

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  • crénaucrénau

    LTD B-304FMPublished on 01/19/04 at 11:36
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Manufactured in: Japan and the United States CONTRL.
    NB Fets: 24
    Pickups: ESP SPB4 2 Humbucker (EMG-HZ available on some older models), but well worth the ESP.
    Bridge: BB-104 with strings-thru-body (the strings pass through the body of the bass).
    Rglage: Volume, Balance, qualizeur three bands (low, middle, high) EQB3 ESP active.
    Handle Type: Channel 5 pices (thru body) Maple-Walnut/Rosewood

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is super enjoyable to touch and fretsboard and finish speak for themselves. In addition to the body of the bass is cool for easy Access in treble. The ergonomics of the body is pretty well thought but the only small BMOL RSID is that, for bassists who like to wea…
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    Manufactured in: Japan and the United States CONTRL.
    NB Fets: 24
    Pickups: ESP SPB4 2 Humbucker (EMG-HZ available on some older models), but well worth the ESP.
    Bridge: BB-104 with strings-thru-body (the strings pass through the body of the bass).
    Rglage: Volume, Balance, qualizeur three bands (low, middle, high) EQB3 ESP active.
    Handle Type: Channel 5 pices (thru body) Maple-Walnut/Rosewood

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is super enjoyable to touch and fretsboard and finish speak for themselves. In addition to the body of the bass is cool for easy Access in treble. The ergonomics of the body is pretty well thought but the only small BMOL RSID is that, for bassists who like to wear them high on the low potrine the year quickly rvle painful but largely tolerable.
    Another advantage lies in the weight and mass of rpartition (it seems to carry a bass sagex) even when not but not far!
    The SETTING THE qualizeur MRIT that have take the time to spend a few hours on it to get a good sound. Indeed the treble and middle are quickly covered by the bass. Otherwise it's a pleasure for the ears.

    SOUNDS

    Personally I play mtal and that I would say that one of the best low-cst I had the opportunity to test or possder. Both in the qualisation (possibility to have his grave without trs saturated amplifiers) that at the look.
    For now I play on a laney RWB-200 and I confess that I can have a trs good despite the small size of the amp (120 watts). I use an overdrive effect as Nobels ODR1 and all is well.
    I am looking for a serious but with a rather good prsence of fquence intermdiare for most pieces (low back, middle half and I pied treble). Otherwise the middles cut the slap and I put a severe and acute funds, I also positioned the balance of the micro neck. And get a percussive sound and trsmtallique.
    The fact that the strings go through the handle for very fixed and it is a race that crosses the body from side to side you can feel the bass vibrating in my hands, what happiness! !

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this bass for 3 months and I must say that I never tire of it. The positives are that low: the system of attaching ropes which gives it its terrible. The body shape really facilitates the access of the 18me 24me the frets. The bulk of this default is the low fragility of electronics! (I had to return it to the dealer twice for the problem qualiseur).
    An exellent report qualitprix and yes I would do the same choice.
    A good advice: BUY IT
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