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LB-100 Review With Meat

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by RED J, Jun 5, 2014.

  1. RED J

    RED J Lol

    Jan 23, 2000
    For those who felt Ed Friedland's review was a little sterile. Here's one that is anything but.
    This is my kind of sound it kills IMHO.

    I am a huge fan of Ed's playing and reviews. Absolutely no disrespect of his virtuosity and experience.
    I'm just an old school FAT lover.

    Great bass in either review.

    R&B likes this.
  2. Freddels

    Freddels Musical Anarchist

    Apr 7, 2005
    Sutton, MA
    Well, the Ampeg amp doesn't hurt in the Fat department.:D

    The LB-100 is definitely on my list. I just can't decide which color.
  3. Bassmunnky


    Jul 3, 2004
    New York and Philadelphia
    Endorsing Artist: Ernie Ball MusicMan Guitars
    Ed added some Flats on his and posted the video- as fat as can be.
  4. Fair Warning

    Fair Warning Deliverin' the Goods! Supporting Member

    Sounds too muffled
  5. mpdd

    mpdd neoconceptualist

    Mar 24, 2010
    there is a custom one on LA craigslist for a pretty reasonable price
  6. OldDirtyBassist


    Mar 13, 2014
    Slick sounding bass, with some very defined upper register chord availability. I like the clarity I'm hearing with the tone rolled off especially. It's real pretty, too.
  7. MusicStoreLive

    MusicStoreLive Commercial User

    Jun 13, 2013
    These really are some phenomenal basses! I've actually added one to my personal collection and it gets as much playing time as my Sadowsky! The LB-100 seems to have a wider frequency response than an Am Std Fender P bass and the pickup is slightly overwound compared to the Fender which, to me, allows this bass to sit in a mix perfectly. I threw a set of La Bella medium gauge flats on my LB-100 and it kills! I've hooked a bunch of TB customers up with custom orders as well as some in-stock LB-100s and everybody has given it two thumbs up. I haven't heard a single negative review of these basses, to be honest with you. I've also noticed some P-basses can have a tendency to get a bit muddy as you turn the tone knob down, but with this one, it rolls the highs off but continues to leave your tone punchy, tight, and focused. I really can't say enough about this bass. Of everything we have available here at the shop, I decided to go with this for my own personal collection. I gig out 3-4 times a week and anytime I'm not using the Sadowsky J bass, I'm rocking my G&L LB-100.


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