Luthman Mystic Custom Noyer Marbré LH

Luthman Mystic Custom Noyer Marbré LH

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Mystic Custom Noyer Marbré LH, Left-Handed Electric Fretted Bass from Luthman.

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  • Manufacturer: Luthman
  • Model: Mystic Custom Noyer Marbré LH
  • Category: Left-Handed Electric Fretted Basses
  • Added in our database on: 03/01/2009

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Luthman Mystic Custom Noyer Marbré LH user reviews

Average Score:5.0(5/5 based on 1 review)
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Littleleaf's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Luthman Mystic Custom Noyer Marbré LH
Construction: neck through
Handle: Wenge / Bubinga 3 slices
fingerboard: rosewood
Body: Bubinga
table: walnut marble
Scale: 864mm/34 "
cases: 24
Nut: ebony
Pickups: 2 Bartolini pavers
E: 9-volt active Bartolini
Mechanical: Gotoh
Bridge: Schaller 2000
knobs: vol, balance, treble, midrange, bass pickups split + 2 switches
potentiometers info: push-pull active / passive + frequency
finishes: Bubinga / Ebony Macassar
body and top finishes: natural oiled
equipment included: flight case, key control, straplocks SCHALLER


- Handle end, very nice
- Easy access to acute
- Well balanced
- The palette of sounds is huge, electronics Barto is the rendezvous, potentiometers acute, medium, bass, balance and the 2 split single-coil pickups / humbuckers offer a myriad of combinations. Regarding the passive mode, the electronics / pickups would think differently if it was the goal but this is not the case.


- Sounds are clearly dependent settings, so I judge flat humbucker activated its balanced, very pure, but clearly more subtle than a wooded warwick (comparison model Corvette Pro Line). In very very good point I will mention sensitivity. Different attacks are beautifully rendered.
The only weak point I could raise would be the lack of low / medium setting on a flat, but the 3 bands are there to be resolved, so my decision is very subjective and I would not make a negative point so far.


- I play tirelessly over the past month and a half, so I come back here to update this review over time.
- A salient? As stated above, the sensitivity
- I tried two Mystic to more than one year apart, the violin captivated me every time.
- Value for money unbeatable
- I would do without hesitation that choice, I would do it even earlier if possible.

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