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Kramer :: 450B Bass


Number of reviews: 18
Score: 9.6



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Score: 9.6 09/26/2013 at 11:10 AM
by Dyno Donn
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Date Acquired:   9/2/77
Price:   $500
Name:   Dyno Donn
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  Style of Music: Heavy Rock

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Score: 10 09/07/2013 at 6:38 PM
by Sebastian Rodriguez
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Date Acquired:   08/20/2013
Price:   $400
Name:   Sebastian Rodriguez
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  Style of Music: Progressive metal, alternative metal/rock, Jazz

Comments: This is "The Bass"!!! Great sustain, easy to play, low action... It is HEAVY, but it's the best bass guitar I ever played in my life!!!
Score: 9.8 12/04/2012 at 10:53 AM
by SKULLSERVANT
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Date Acquired:   05152012
Price:   $450
Name:   SKULLSERVANT
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  Style of Music: Black metal/drone/doom/noise

Comments: I've got the 450B fretless that I bought second hand. The only reason I didn't give a 10 for playability is because I'm not used to playing fretless. But this bass makes it worth it. The zero fret is a nice addition, I wish all guitars and basses had zero frets.

The bass itself is solid as a rock. I noticed the body to be slightly neck-diving, but not something that gets in the way at all.

The pickups are clear, articulate, and chunky. Combined with the metal neck, I get lows I never knew existed. The bridge pickup can sometimes tend to be a little thin on some settings, so I usually roll the tone off a bit or keep the bass in the middle position.

The craft is imaculate. You can tell that Kramer really cared about these basses during their construction.

I won't be parting with this bass. It sounds like no other. It's as much about feeling the notes and the vibrations travel throughout the neck and the body as it is hearing it.
Score: 10 12/02/2012 at 7:03 PM
by herry the best, fuck the rest
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Score: 10 07/26/2012 at 9:41 PM
by Martin
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