Yamaha TRB5II
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Yamaha TRB5II

TRB5II, 5+ string bass guitar from Yamaha in the TRB series.

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jembozzo 09/09/2005

Yamaha TRB5II : jembozzo's user review

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Dual active pickups
no idea of ​​the violin or electronics, but a good c
the wood is solid, broad, flat handle,
it's solid, large

UTILIZATION

The handle is wide enough in my case, I was used to 4 strings, I just drooled
access to the microphones is very easy
not too heavy, well distributed
the sound is very easy to get with a knob that gives us direct access to three settings
there may be a sound medium, or very round, as dug or type tune

SOUNDS

For me it is a low rock to funk it is not too much, or else be put to him in the ass as it takes preamp and amp, although he arrived there abraham
I play live sound, it can be also why
against by the roundness of the bass and sustain exceptional natural is surprising to see
we get a fat more readily than crystalline, that it's heavy bass
I like the sounds of jazz bass active, it is true that one is far enough, but it sounds nothing to say
listen Laboriel on Jonasz (album or the source) or live Jonasz with Steve Gadd, bass sound is still huge and it's my bass!
So you have to like the big fat well you are down a lot and I used guaranteed

OVERALL OPINION

I have 2 years
what I like most is the bass, the bass and the accuracy of such strings and mi (for 5-string)
often lack precision 5 string in strings and it is not the case, but then not really
yes I have tried many models before in this price range (then 800 euros used)
and there was no comparison
is a very good bass, I do not regret this purchase and separates me against a heart but I have to invest in bigger, much bigger not the same price
yes I do it again this choice, because for the price, I do not see what is better than most 5 string musicman competition and it is even more impressive in the bass