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Steinberger Spirit XT-2
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Steinberger Spirit XT-2

4-string bass guitar from Steinberger belonging to the Spirit series.

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" Suitable for Disabled"

Steinberger Spirit XT-2Published on 08/22/11 at 05:38
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This is quite low especially for not re-describe here all its specificity.

This model comes with two knobs (one volume for each pickup and a tone)

Model "DB" comes with a device to quickly switch the string of E and D (for example), which can be very handy.

UTILIZATION

The weight and ergonomics of this particular instrument has been working on various models before this one, you feel the outcome of this kind of low on the thigh playable despite its odd shape.

The settings are sufficient for my taste for different types of sound.

SOUNDS

I played on a Roland Micro Cube Bass RX, training in small acoustic.

It is primarily for its size that I chose this model, the sound......
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This is quite low especially for not re-describe here all its specificity.

This model comes with two knobs (one volume for each pickup and a tone)

Model "DB" comes with a device to quickly switch the string of E and D (for example), which can be very handy.

UTILIZATION

The weight and ergonomics of this particular instrument has been working on various models before this one, you feel the outcome of this kind of low on the thigh playable despite its odd shape.

The settings are sufficient for my taste for different types of sound.

SOUNDS

I played on a Roland Micro Cube Bass RX, training in small acoustic.

It is primarily for its size that I chose this model, the sound quality does me for now not jump to the ears, while being very accurate.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had one month before it had a Harley Benton (HPB90BK), no comparison is permitted.

I find this particular type of instrument reaches still a very good price / quality ratio.
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  • Manufacturer: Steinberger
  • Model: Spirit XT-2
  • Series: Spirit
  • Category: 4-string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 03/01/2003

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