The table is in burr poplar. The body is maple. The buttons are also made of wood. The aesthetic side is impressive. Thierry Etienne (who designs models) has a very bont taste! She is really beautiful. In addition there is super friendly. It gives you advice, it offers you solutions ds. You can customize your template, if you want. Even the deck that is used to cover the electronic maple. The neck-through consists of three parts maple and two parties ovangkol.
Top: Poplar Burl
Key: Flamed Maple painted satin
Neck: 5-part, Maple / ovangkol
Scale Length: 34 "
Pickups: Bartolini Humbuckers
Electronics: active / passive Bartolini
Finish: High Gloss overall satin varnish for key
the strings are set very low, but that does not frieze. The setting is impeccable.
The neck is super nice with a sustain which is exceptional. Access to the treble is super easy. The bass is super ergonomic. All techniques are playable on this bass. It is very versatile without losing its character. His pallette of sounds is varied.
The advantage of the handle end is fast and we have a great comfort and speed of the game is enormous. I feel like I play really really well!
The sound is HUGE !!!!!
This bass suits all stylesdir music. It can go from jazz to metal easily. It really does offer opportunities. Funk, rock, jazz, metal. Everything passes nickel. She has exceptional accuracy.
Like all its sounds. There is nothing I dislike.
I've had it one day.
I love her look and sound. For the first time in my life, I am 100% satisfied with a bass!
I also have a Warwick $ $, but I find it too aggressive. I have a jazz bass, a Peavey Cirrus, a Cort. I prefer my new Luthman. She is more beautiful, versatile and has a sound of hell. It is more transparent than the others too (Warwick, Peavey), but I like it. In addition Thierry is really a super nice guy. it's nice to go to test the low Luthman and discuss with him.
The value for money is excellen. I am willing to buy one or two other low Luthman.