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LTD F-255
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LTD F-255

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

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loween loween
Published on 09/11/06 at 14:31
Label? / Alternative brand of ESP
manufacturing in Korea
Driver Channel
EMG mic
Volume 5 pots, low medium and treble balance

UTILIZATION

Channel pleasant
access to acute ok, the handle stuck help!
sound in the treble sounds hard, mean well, access is ok
accurate in the bass,
She falls in great, big head a little while rebalancing.
side weight bah c a 5-string bass!! there are lighter but there are also heavier!

SOUNDS

His side, but for metal it's good!
it is the finger or a pick, it sounds.

I jous on a large fender repeating, connected directly and set the pots.
I chose a bold and clear without snapping in the treble.

when you go up the bass it sounds very strong.
I play 1 / 2 Low tones, and no worries that borders Bb chord, not a Bb that crushes all other sounds, how balanced.

OVERALL OPINION

it's been a month since I have so versatile and other side to wait a bit.
The look of this bass is great.
beautiful marbled red lacquer.

I also hesitate with a Traben 5-string, that sounds good too, but my preference ESP won!
before I had a home BBASSV hohner, friendly but not quite "metal"
on the other hand not easy to find, imported from Germany
.
For now the choice price / quality is always in his favor, by repeating it changed everything!
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