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Rebel relic jazz bass

REBELRELIC Jazz bassPublished on 10/05/14 at 03:00
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Made in amsterdam, classic jb, it's beautiful, very very beautiful, and quality .., no equivalent to date (this is only my opinion ...).

UTILIZATION

The handle is a highway, easy, very comfortable, lightweight ...

SOUNDS

So here ben tt is on top, vs vs vs do what want is simple, effective, mix tjs pierced, plug and play, I sold my pedals (preamp Sadow, compress mxr ...) . associated with a good cab, good head, it's the holy grail.

OVERALL OPINION

Bass modern, not with a new fender that will mumuse wooten, there's no picture, I had a Fodera Monarch Fender hands ... it's pretty, but recent, blah blah, and rebof ... I have a special sandberg panther (every options, Macassar ect...…
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Made in amsterdam, classic jb, it's beautiful, very very beautiful, and quality .., no equivalent to date (this is only my opinion ...).

UTILIZATION

The handle is a highway, easy, very comfortable, lightweight ...

SOUNDS

So here ben tt is on top, vs vs vs do what want is simple, effective, mix tjs pierced, plug and play, I sold my pedals (preamp Sadow, compress mxr ...) . associated with a good cab, good head, it's the holy grail.

OVERALL OPINION

Bass modern, not with a new fender that will mumuse wooten, there's no picture, I had a Fodera Monarch Fender hands ... it's pretty, but recent, blah blah, and rebof ... I have a special sandberg panther (every options, Macassar ect ... first, here dépote) is the best value I know ... After report for the vintage sound, the sound we love to Jaco, bobby vega ect, there's no picture, I tried a set L of a friend in 1964, it was stunning, stuffed harmonic, vacuum, sound is majestic, not better, but hey, in good condition, costing an arm here, the coast has risen, it's normal, qd you have one, well you do you never separated, the top ... Ds Series relics, vintage ect, my jb, transparent blonde is great, stirring. At Rebel relic, it's expensive, but the wood st there, like fender at the time and this is what makes the big difference between the other! Why leo never tried active, well it's simple, it's like the basses, violins, acoustic .. is the tps drying and quality of the wood, that's why that here sounds phew !!! I tried the fender custom shop from home, but here goes for the price, in rebelrelic, it's cheaper and better here sounds serious, does not make the relicage tt. 2400 euros (4200 fender custom shop in without guaranteed to have SOUND ...), here sounds great, we no longer mumuse, top-quality microphones, famous toneriders st amazing ... In Moreover, it is beautiful, I imagine the tps past this "fighter", the price is largely justified !!!! After, there fingers, and here is something else ... Good zik the kitties.
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  • Manufacturer: REBELRELIC
  • Model: Jazz bass
  • Category: 4-string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 09/24/2013

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