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L. Kah Basses Rémige 5
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malowad malowad
Publié le 06/24/07 à 06:45
5-string fret.
Channel 5 folds Saddle / amaranth.
Diapason 34 '1 / 2.
Key amaranth, 24 frets.
Mahogany body and table Saddle flame.
Soapbar pickups.
Prampli OBP3 Aguilar. (Active / passive)
Hipshot bridge and mcaniques
- Weight: 3400g.une pen (koi remix)

The electronic is composed of:
- Slecteur an active / passive
- 1 slecteur for frquence of mdiums
- A volume knob gnral
- A balance between the button microphones
- A button for mdiums
- A button to double the bass and treble

UTILIZATION

The handle is a precise and rgal jouer.plat
access is very easy to acute
super lightweight and think
yeah the sound is the direct

SOUNDS

Sound
ca ensures all the odds there are really lots of passibilliter
have can really play anything and it will rever huge crowl many bass player in a word
magic

In passive
- Powerful and precise its superb crystal-clear

Active in:
for the moment I can not give an opinion given the enormous potential of this beast of micro bass culture respond directly to the no fuss it rocks

OVERALL OPINION

What more if it did that ensures LAURENT KAH Bravo ......
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