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LTD B-206
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LTD B-206

5+ string bass guitar from LTD belonging to the Standard B series.

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Publié le 11/21/06 à 02:03
Value For Money : Excellent
Trs beautiful finish with table Saddle

UTILIZATION

Channel asking for a little time to adapt before they have a good feeling
well balanced it is doing well, the poidsz is reasonable
broad range of sounds
not ideal for slap

SOUNDS

If you aim the sound of this bass fla then n is not for you
it sounds good in the curves and has a good legalization (rglage knob of acute low medium 3 position micro)

OVERALL OPINION

Particularity pretty funny also, wherever jou g with everybody thought it was a bass luthier.
I play a lot of bass (20 bass behind me) and I am teacher so low I tried d in full all full and I B206 class in a semi professional range of equipment at a price affordable gift of gear a good quality price
imperative if you buy the new one, the strings of origins are pure shit
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