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Kramer :: XKB-20 Bass


Number of reviews: 4
Score: 9.1



Recent Reviews
Score: 9.4 10/23/2015 at 08:05 AM
by Klaus Patsch
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  Style of Music: Heavy Metal, Hardrock, Rock Bluesrock

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Score: 8.4 12/22/2009 at 10:11 PM
by BassPlayer84
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Date Acquired:   2006
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Comments: The XKB-20 is a nice bass. Play's funk all day and you can also jam with it. I use it with a E.H. Mini Q-Tron and a Basic 112 Peavy amp. Sounds great and has lot's of tone and sustain! Does any one know how much these things are going for?
Score: 9.8 12/11/2007 at 08:26 AM
by Doug Diamond
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Date Acquired:   August 1981
Price:   $674 w/case
Name:   Doug Diamond
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  Style of Music: Rock 'n Roll

Comments: Excellent fit and finish when new and today; heavy (neck), fast, smooth and light action; great tone, NEVER see another one around; visually beautiful lines. Played through a 70's Ampeg V4-B head w/current Crate twin-15 cab: monster bottom-end. Been playing this guitar almost exclusively for over 25 years.
Score: 8.8 01/08/2007 at 11:03 AM
by Rob
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Date Acquired:   Dec. '06
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Name:   Rob
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  Style of Music: guitar music

Comments: this thing is a tank, much like all other al. instruments. at first i thought it was a dmz 5000, but after perusing vintagekramer.com discovered otherwise. my particular bass is fretless, but has all the line markings to indicate where frets would be. very strange in my opinion. the thing sounds amazing though. i play it through an all tube 1973 svt and nothing has ever sounded so damn rumbly. it is neck heavy, but it's nothing a coarse strap didn't fix. moderate wear and tear.

i also like the simplicity of the instrument, it's very easy to get the tone you want.
 
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