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5+ string bass guitar from Yamaha belonging to the TRB series.

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    Yamaha TRB1005LPublished on 03/13/07 at 10:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Five string bass Yamaha.

    24 frets, 2 active pickups qualizer combines bass, mid, treble.
    A volume control potentiometer and a selection of microphones.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is enjoyable with a good Access in treble.

    The form is enjoyable to play but the bass is a bit heavy.
    The rglages ffective and its simple and easily obtained a good sound.

    SOUNDS

    This instrument is suitable for any style be it rock, metal, pop, coldwave ...
    The active pickups can be a trs good sound but it's still a modern-sounding instrument.

    The bridge pickup works well with his rsultats trs slamming fawn Iron Maiden.
    The neck pickup possde good without being serious dsagrable a…
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    Five string bass Yamaha.

    24 frets, 2 active pickups qualizer combines bass, mid, treble.
    A volume control potentiometer and a selection of microphones.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is enjoyable with a good Access in treble.

    The form is enjoyable to play but the bass is a bit heavy.
    The rglages ffective and its simple and easily obtained a good sound.

    SOUNDS

    This instrument is suitable for any style be it rock, metal, pop, coldwave ...
    The active pickups can be a trs good sound but it's still a modern-sounding instrument.

    The bridge pickup works well with his rsultats trs slamming fawn Iron Maiden.
    The neck pickup possde good without being serious dsagrable and searched.

    Intermdiaire position allows for a fairly dug in his mdiums with good well take serious but not intrusive (trs my taste for the style that I practice: the extreme metal) and a clarity intrssante enough for someone who plays mdiator without excessive ca slap on the sixteenth notes.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a year and I am not due to its sound. This is my Premire low (but I am also guitarist for a good ten years ago) and I really wanted to have a beautiful instrument almost upscale.

    This versatile enough instruments on both the active pickups. It may well be the trs The Cure or the Iron Maiden on the bridge pickups as Cannibal Corpse on the position intermdiaire. The neck position is also intrssantes trs.

    The report price is trs good quality, it is an instrument of class because of its color (translucent black for me) and sound.

    I do it again this choice without hsiter.
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