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Washburn XB600
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Washburn XB600

5+ string bass guitar from Washburn belonging to the XB Bantam series.

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j'arrete demain j'arrete demain
Publié le 01/02/07 à 13:17
It is a model customized by Bantam guitar workshop in Paris
unshrinking
removal of all electronic active selectors: it delivers pure sound from what it was in the belly: good wood good round
they made me a pickguard to hide the holes in the knobs retités

UTILIZATION

Handle end for 6 strings
very good access to acute
well balanced, light
the sound is binary, as there is no setting: we love it or hate it
Sounds wood, that's all
is very accurate but not modern (or so you have to dig in preamp)

SOUNDS

I play on a Gallien Krueger at noon with the settings: nothing to add or remove, I take it as it is

OVERALL OPINION

I have only criticized him: his output level a little low
is compensated at the input gain of the amplifier, which is fine because it delivers no background noise
low nature and uncompromising
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