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LTD F-254
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4-string bass guitar from LTD belonging to the Standard F series.

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  • imtxanatosimtxanatos

    LTD F-254Published on 09/22/08 at 06:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Everything has already been said.

    UTILIZATION

    </ul> The neck is thin and varnish making it easy to slip! treble not know. For my part I find it quite as balanced and I do not play sitting on the tip of inferior horn does not bother me. In weight and small size will find it can be a bit heavy to use This gives a good sound easily although I found the knobs a little doubt but with no EMG sake! the metalheads should be happy!

    SOUNDS

    <ul> I play in a group of thrash metal and I for one am overjoyed! super super micro look! I use a marshall BP 150 overdrive pedal and a Boss ODB-3 For my part I put the EQ of the bass on the neutral and I rule my pedal to have a sound that…
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    Everything has already been said.

    UTILIZATION

    </ul> The neck is thin and varnish making it easy to slip! treble not know. For my part I find it quite as balanced and I do not play sitting on the tip of inferior horn does not bother me. In weight and small size will find it can be a bit heavy to use This gives a good sound easily although I found the knobs a little doubt but with no EMG sake! the metalheads should be happy!

    SOUNDS

    <ul> I play in a group of thrash metal and I for one am overjoyed! super super micro look! I use a marshall BP 150 overdrive pedal and a Boss ODB-3 For my part I put the EQ of the bass on the neutral and I rule my pedal to have a sound that is right for me to be clear and not too low

    OVERALL OPINION

    <ul> I bought it in July Without hesitation the look and the certainty of having a bass made for metal! J've tried pretty low before I decide (fender, ibanez, cort) but no one has really agreed Level I consider money more than the price given the correct level of violin and micro I would do this Coix again!
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