Roscoe Guitars SKB 3005
Roscoe Guitars SKB 3005

SKB 3005, 5+ string bass guitar from Roscoe Guitars.

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tapoafom 06/14/2006

Roscoe Guitars SKB 3005 : tapoafom's user review


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Low manufactures in the USA by Keith Roscoe
24 frets, Bartolini humbucker micro
Basswood and Mahogany body, neck purpleheart Saddle
Bartolini active electronics (bass, treble, mdium)


I possde this low since November 2005, the violin is amazing, no other words, the paver is perfect, the frets are perfectly polished and I can tell you that this is not something frquent, the balance is extrment saw as the low remains stable while both lgre (the opposite of a jazz bass) - is an enjoyable play low trs scne on.
But what is more fulgurent in this low is so serious, the only appropriate word is unique - it is totally homogne with the sound of other strings - the sound, which, however, is exceptional softness and precision.
The lctronique Bartolini is perfect for all rglages same résumé most extreme can be used.


This low to be heard and knows it is a standard quality even low volume it appears perfectly in the mix - the sound is of low precision type (rich in mdium a serious warm and deep and sharp trsmlodique)
In not slap a jazz bass, because this bass has no agressivit a true Motown sound!
The advantage of the placement of microphones and you can REALLY play the neck pickup having a sound that really stands out, and slap on his neck pickup is perfect in this vintage style!


I use the bass for 9 months - nothing to say, the handle is ultrastable, it never moves, however nothing moves.
I paid 2300 euros - which is the price for a vritable case (the dollar is low!) - Compared with the same low price noguera, it really is a range above!

This bass can not dcevoir condition of not wanting the sound of Marcus Miller, a great studio bass and scne, versatile and always work, regardless of training!