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Ibanez BTB675 (Before 2013)
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Ibanez BTB675 (Before 2013)

5+ string bass guitar from Ibanez belonging to the BTB series.

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chrootman chrootman
Publié le 05/02/10 à 00:45
Made in Asia obviously much.
Bridge: bridges electric junk. It looks pretty robust, with a luxurious glossy
Channel: crossing.
Frets: 24 frets, 2 Ibanez Custom Micro Barto MK2
Setting: 3 buttons cut / boost for bass, med, trele + 1 master volume knob, a button + balance between the two microphones.


UTILIZATION

Channel: while the is excellent. Very flat and very end. One would walk with pleasure
Ergonomics: very good. However, the bass is a certain weight. A good strap ncessaire
Access to acute: no pb.
Do we get easily a good sound: the equalizer does its job. Even too. A quarter of a pile on the Knob can bring a diffrence its very significant. One regret: the balance between the 2 microphones can not adequately distinguish sounds

SOUNDS

The bass is too versatile. Most sounds are hand door /
Mainly play Hartke LH500 + VX410.
A bit loud in the treble

OVERALL OPINION

Used for 1 week.
A quality-price ratio excellently.
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