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  • zekragashzekragash

    This is the bomb baby!

    Roscoe Guitars LG 3005Published on 05/25/12 at 01:23
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Handcrafted in the USA

    Cedar Port Orford Cedar and matching headstock
    Ash body polish Amber Marsh
    Neck Maple / Amaranth / maple / Amaranth / Maple
    Pickups and EQ 3-band Bartolini
    Touche in figuratively Cocobolo
    Graphite nut
    Black fittings
    24 frets and pearl inlay Roscoe at the 12th
    Made in August 2004

    UTILIZATION

    The bass is light and well balanced
    The key is fairly flat and very fast. The rigidity of the handle allows adjustment of the action very low without frieze.
    The electronics can do anything (too may be) and actually I always played with a blend 50/50 and Equa flat ... as what, when kle sound is good, not too need to fix it.
    The key is exploitable…
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    Handcrafted in the USA

    Cedar Port Orford Cedar and matching headstock
    Ash body polish Amber Marsh
    Neck Maple / Amaranth / maple / Amaranth / Maple
    Pickups and EQ 3-band Bartolini
    Touche in figuratively Cocobolo
    Graphite nut
    Black fittings
    24 frets and pearl inlay Roscoe at the 12th
    Made in August 2004

    UTILIZATION

    The bass is light and well balanced
    The key is fairly flat and very fast. The rigidity of the handle allows adjustment of the action very low without frieze.
    The electronics can do anything (too may be) and actually I always played with a blend 50/50 and Equa flat ... as what, when kle sound is good, not too need to fix it.
    The key is exploitable If serious 8va Sol (G string 24th freight)

    SOUNDS

    Typed rather modern with plenty of serious and a bit sharp but not enough well suited to the pop funk rock
    Played on a stack EDEN WT400 + / D115XLT this bass accompanied me on every scene for 5 years and never disappoint me.
    The Roscoe distinguishes his bass in all configurations of stage and recording with this characteristic growl and punchy mids and singing

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used it for 5 years and it's really the VERY good stuff. Exceptional violin, tuning does not move a muscle, the sustain is huuuuge
    Worth its low price, still expensive in France ...
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  • LoLoVioLoLoLoVioLo

    Roscoe Guitars LG 3005Published on 06/01/05 at 05:54
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Roscoe LG-3005 5 String Bass

    * 35 "Scale - 24 Frets
    * String spacing: 1 3 / 4 "at the nut 2 7 / 8" at the 24th cargo

    Standard Features:

    * Small Hand Carved Body
    * Book matched figured maple top over choice of body woods
    * Exclusive graphite and steel reinforced precision adjustable neck
    * Lightweight Hipshot tuning keys in black
    * Precision milled custom design bridge by Hipshot in black
    * Hand carved nut GraphTech
    * 9 volt dual-pickup Bartolini electronics with volume, blend, bass and treble

    UTILIZATION

    Super low!
    Light and pleasant to play.
    The woods are so low only select each is unique.

    SOUNDS

    Great Polivalente. Password Pastorius has a …
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    Roscoe LG-3005 5 String Bass

    * 35 "Scale - 24 Frets
    * String spacing: 1 3 / 4 "at the nut 2 7 / 8" at the 24th cargo

    Standard Features:

    * Small Hand Carved Body
    * Book matched figured maple top over choice of body woods
    * Exclusive graphite and steel reinforced precision adjustable neck
    * Lightweight Hipshot tuning keys in black
    * Precision milled custom design bridge by Hipshot in black
    * Hand carved nut GraphTech
    * 9 volt dual-pickup Bartolini electronics with volume, blend, bass and treble

    UTILIZATION

    Super low!
    Light and pleasant to play.
    The woods are so low only select each is unique.

    SOUNDS

    Great Polivalente. Password Pastorius has a sound a sound of metal pots in two shots.

    Great precision and clarity thanks to the 35 "is to couple pickups / preamp.
    Big fishing.
    Its close to the Warwick Thumb boost with medium.
    Crystal clear sound for slap

    OVERALL OPINION

    Low ideal for professionals who can afford to pay.
    The rage in United States ... It is expected soon in Europe
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