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Database TB2000 #380

Model:   TB2000
Type:   Standard - Bass
Body:   Koa
Neck:   Polished Aluminum
Serial:   #380
Date Purchased:   08/17/2001
Date Submitted:   05/22/2002
Last Modified:   11/26/2004

First Name:   zm
Last Name:   N/A
Country:   N/A

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Description:   I bought this pristine condition TB2000 from RockHaus a year ago. Factory fretless, 1pc rosewood fingerboard that slightly round shaped on 1st and 4th string side. It's wonderful fretless sound would turn even musically uneducated ear. It sounds like tuba-ish expanding low-end with wah-wah fretless attack. Her sound has so much _presence_ that ironically, IMO, chooses the genre of music: progressive rock, progressive jazz, sort. I tried it on dub but her sound stands out so much. I don't mean it loud timbre but tight yet expanding low-end sound is so special. This bass also must be great for bass solo, or duo with piano, small ensemble settings.

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