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bernie_006 bernie_006
Publié le 08/31/09 à 12:06
it was made in great britain
I know the easel may not be a floyd or wilkinson finally it does its job in any case
wooden handle with graphite
24 frets
3 knobs: volume, tonalities bass / treble, balance

UTILIZATION

the handle at nothing to repeat a true super comfortable boulevard top Top

This rather low light compared to my current Ibanez BTB 670, which weighs particularly weight, ergonomics is Elele it falls very good balance.

good access to acute

the sound is the key to the strength of this excellent low in both the slap that the walking bass

SOUNDS

excellent sound as say + or walking bass slap up game or fingers: good, good

I like what gives her the totu

OVERALL OPINION

I bought one years since the hand in a store cash something ..

yes if it represent this without pb

what I love about this bass is that mouth while she colored wood of the mouth while being sober, not so seriously vosu find one to buy because vosu enter the big league
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