Storm PB100

Storm PB100

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PB100, 4-string bass guitar from Storm.

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  • Manufacturer: Storm
  • Model: PB100
  • Category: 4-string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 04/16/2013

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Storm PB100 user reviews

Average Score:4.0( 4/5 based on 10 reviews )
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Mayumi's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" For beginners"

Storm PB100
- Approximately 16 frets
- Dual coil
- 1 x volume, 1 x tone


Storm is a brand for a beginner, I therefore consider it quite fun to play with finesse. Regarding the sound produced by the strings, I must say that the last frets are not easy to achieve, but you can get a good sound in the freight 5 and 7.
His weight is not hard to bear, but I've seen lighter. In contrast to this, the interface is perfect (I think). It does not cut the blood circulation and is very pleasant to use either normally or sitting cross-legged.


Being my first bass, I must admit that I did not know more. It is true that now I can not play what I'd really like to play. Besides that, I play with a Peavey 112 Watts, pretty nice I must say.
If I had to give my opinion on a sound that I like the most ... um ... how to say. I'd like my bass to produce a heavier sound.


I use my bass Storm PB 100 for 2 years now. Before purchasing this model, I have tried two other basses, unfortunately too expensive for what I (unlike now).

fcake's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Storm PB100
Made in China, 24 round boxes
A simple micro ddoublbr /> 2 potos volume and tone
Trs good bass for beginners


Channel enjoyable even if some pais.
Acute easy play.
Not too heavy, easy handling.
Good sound for an entry-level (Obviously it's not the sound of a Spector!)




IDAL is for beginners without breaking the bank and for a Premire aproche bass.

Izakar's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Storm PB100
-20 Frets
Bridge-baaaaaah ...
Two-pots, Volume, Tone
Channel ... bah with frets lol

Well I put the handle 9 I find enjoyable!

Plus: The lifts are good and it is very easy to find the note, no lost time by agreeing!


-The handle is very enjoyable to play, do not rub your hands on it!
-Access to treble is rather simple might be because I put the bass resting on my right leg for solos.
-I advise to take a wide strap to relieve the weight, but it does not tire!
-The sound is easily obtained as long as the amp a little punch!


I find the bass rather versatile, each style can be played with different settings!
-I play with a Behringer BX1200.
"I get it's rather a smooth, round, and play with a pick does not look bad!
-The advantage is that the bass does not saturate with the knobs to the maximum!


- I use it for almost 2 years now!
- The sound is perfect for a beginner, the easier it is to play, allowing an easy and enjoyable!
- I preferred over two other models: a Benton and Johnson!
- The value for money is very good!
- This bass is perfect for any beginner! I advise!

red_is_alive's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Storm PB100
-21 Boxes micro precision 2 knob (volume and tone)
-Rosewood, mine is black with white pickgard

config a very classic and very neutral that is why I vote 6


At the beginning I found the handle large enough compared to other low entry-cort aria ibanez but as is the custom home ... Access to treble is fairly easy except perhaps the last box.
Not too heavy but slight tendency to pitch down (grr).
The sound is mostly clean with a good amp behind, against the treble is not his forte which means a small job to EQ, the knobs turn very well and sopnt effective, no sandstone indicate when to turn.
However, the paint finish of the body is sometimes pietre the angular zones. On the other hand I should point out that the last 10 frets have more or less likely to come off and the frets are also poorly sanded the entire length of the handle.


Since this bass possesses a rather neutral I would say we can approach a minimum of sound .. My first amp I bought at the same time as the bass, and a 20W Drive for some time with an Ashdown 180W 15 inch speaker.
The slap is correct, the pallete of sound is large enough and the tone can go from one extreme to another quite easily even if it is more comfortable in the fat.


It's been a year and a half that I have but the defects are felt toutefois.Le that it pitched nose bothers me a lot otherwise I prefer I do not know.
I tried several model notament after the purchase I would have done before can be.
The price is good value for a € 150 tip.
With the experience I think I would still have to pay anything, on the other hand I am a moaner but for someone who wants to start I think it's not bad, even then the sound comes from the fingers not most of the bass .... It plays .... what!

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