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O_ellinasO_ellinas

Harley Benton B-30 FLPublished on 04/14/08 at 08:12
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Chinese 4 string acoustic bass low-end (160 euros little prs) sold only on the website thomann. Fretless, 4 strings and a piezo prampli with 4-band EQ. 9 volt battery included!

TRS is a big instrument, a folk guitar poses a cot like a ukull

Thundering finish for the price. Beautiful gloss, the indoor air has not cared too much glue smudges. The oil bath mcaniques seem correct.

The table is Paisse (3 4 mm) plywood which is normal, even reassuring, given the price: better a good sturdy plywood good one for sch sucks solid wood microwave that will leave spin in 6 months. Mahogany neck and rosewood fingerboard sch clearly in the oven, but nice nonetheless condition of the brick with...…
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Chinese 4 string acoustic bass low-end (160 euros little prs) sold only on the website thomann. Fretless, 4 strings and a piezo prampli with 4-band EQ. 9 volt battery included!

TRS is a big instrument, a folk guitar poses a cot like a ukull

Thundering finish for the price. Beautiful gloss, the indoor air has not cared too much glue smudges. The oil bath mcaniques seem correct.

The table is Paisse (3 4 mm) plywood which is normal, even reassuring, given the price: better a good sturdy plywood good one for sch sucks solid wood microwave that will leave spin in 6 months. Mahogany neck and rosewood fingerboard sch clearly in the oven, but nice nonetheless condition of the brick with a drop of lemon oil.

At this price the bad conscience gives a ...

UTILIZATION

The Chinese instruments, usually it's a bit of adventure you are the HROS ... if it's cheap, it is because it takes itself even finish them!

Well, l saw that there are no frets, it is almost an instrument used prsence now! A few remarks however:

- Essential to lay the original string, round and thread that are false. You have to climb rope net flat. D'Addario in chrome .100 are ideal. Flee like the plague black nylon Rotosound, with a voltage too low to sound acoustic, fretless playing false and have a ball too big for the tailpiece of the guitar. With d'addario chromes, I see that the back key or the fall although it properly.

- Be given a helping dsrception key on the handle, and monitoring of a prs at first. like I said, it's not the Chinese do it for you ... the torsion bar does not look super efficient, but must admit that on most low-end instruments, the torsion bar is a joke.

With the right strings, the instrument projects tonamment well acoustic bass was the poor! I just tried the trs prampli but I've seen it looks quiet and efficient, although sounding trs "pizo," if you know what I mean .

The action is a bit high but it is rather a good thing if you want to play hard in acoustics. It is adjustable to any fawn. Obviously it is advisable to change the nut and tailpiece with plastic pices of bone, for even more power and sound.

Trs enjoyable to play, nice acoustic sound, good looks. A real pleasure.

SOUNDS

I recently but I think for now I will dj and a lot use it, whether to work alone, recording, or boeuffer acoustics.

I do not know how a lack of decline would live.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had a few days. At this price it's just the amazing.
I play electric bass for a dozen years, the guitar since euf ... twice?

The only unknown is how it will take time, especially the handle.

Reserved in this, even when one looks like a super good plan!
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Harley Benton B-30 FLPublished on 05/06/11 at 04:19
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Good neck fretless
Poor and piezo and preamp, but hey at this price

UTILIZATION

handle very nice, I put lemon oil on the button, it is true that it seems essential
For cons, I put black nylon strings, despite the advice of O_ellinas
but I just bought this bass to put nylon strings,
I have not put Rotosound but ghs which are cheaper, and not pulling the same, so, no strings too soft, not too little tension, and accuracy of play, the balls do Deplus are not too big for the tailpiece ...
it may be less volume, though, I suits me perfectly,
I play acoustic and it's what's up

SOUNDS

it may sound low, but it can sound bass oud
hence the title...…
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Good neck fretless
Poor and piezo and preamp, but hey at this price

UTILIZATION

handle very nice, I put lemon oil on the button, it is true that it seems essential
For cons, I put black nylon strings, despite the advice of O_ellinas
but I just bought this bass to put nylon strings,
I have not put Rotosound but ghs which are cheaper, and not pulling the same, so, no strings too soft, not too little tension, and accuracy of play, the balls do Deplus are not too big for the tailpiece ...
it may be less volume, though, I suits me perfectly,
I play acoustic and it's what's up

SOUNDS

it may sound low, but it can sound bass oud
hence the title basseoud

OVERALL OPINION

I tried the bass Pasco speedcaravan group, it has two acoustic fretless bass equipped with black nylon: a Takamine and a luthier, but it's not the same price.
I was struck by his bass that sounds like an oud,
East and to play it cool, suddenly the harley benton is not bad at all compared to money, I get almost the same sound for quedalle ..
a little pub for Pasco: http://www.myspace.com/pascalteillet
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  • Manufacturer: Harley Benton
  • Model: B-30 FL
  • Category: Fretless acoustic basses
  • Added in our database on: 12/03/2007

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Other names: b30fl, b30 fl, b 30fl

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