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Schack B2
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Schack B2

4-string bass guitar from Schack .

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Schack B2Published on 12/07/04 at 05:05
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
24 Low Carbon fret without head, two micro Bartollini, theft, prom, equal three bands, lect active 18 volts

USE

Flat handle very easy access to acute ais good balance, feather weight (carbon + headless !!), big sound and very powerful slap

SONORITS

The qual is very fine and sounds (the wholesale very serious acute) are clean. A coffee that is just that jazz funk !!!

NOTICE GLOBAL

I use it for 4 years and I love the ease particulirement the handle, powerful sound flat and his "bass boost. Low price exellent justified. Quality of manufacturing height.
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  • Manufacturer: Schack
  • Model: B2
  • Category: 4-string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 07/23/2004

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