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Physical ConditionThis Hohner bass is in great condition with only some minor wear! There are a few light scratches on the top around the playing area. There. Basses Bass Headless & BB – Hohner B2A Headless. HOHNER SPAREPARTS + MERCHANDISE. Hohner B2A electric bass, Making Music, Jun

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I think if I payed any more than I did for this bass then I definitely would of been disappointed but as it stands I’m fairly pleased with the bass as it’s easy to carry about and nice to play. In fact, yes, we’ll go with that. Searchable archive of old, out-of-print music production magazines.

Our members also liked: Disbursements must stretch a little arm to reach the top boxes, but nothing serious. Maybe the B2A thinks it’s a microphone.

Mine has benefited from the installation of EMG active pickups in place of origin.

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What I call jolly good on a passive bass but a little limiting on an bb2a bass. This is a Hohner “Steinberger licensed” is the famous low stick. The thin jazz bass style neck is easy to navigate and the gloss finish is smooth and doesn’t impinge on playability. One could of course draw a number of conclusions from this. Rosewood handle I think? And it feels a little unbalanced like this to me: I just shielded the cavity and put a selector.


I couldn’t tell you the serial number of the transistors or the specific wiring configuration inside, but I could tell you that I would have liked a separate bass and treble control to maximise the potential as they say of the range offered by active electronics.

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Not satisfied with those reviews? A rather different Steinberger copy, in that it comes with the blessing of Ned Steinberger, the man who invented headless basses. Yes friends, this has the patent Steinberger tuning system legally licensed to Hohner.

Made in Japan the only gap silent home electronics blowing, especially in active mode: So you slot them in, twirl the very effective B2A, 4-string bass guitar from Hohner.

Practice as the day we share the adventure try an amp for rehearsals where we want to travel light Dialing back on the neck pick up the sound looses it’s fullness and begins to produce a honk to the sound.

Pick it up and play it, you scream, reasonably.

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Is played seated without difficulty. You can send us a note about this article, or let us know of a problem – select the type from the menu above. Once it finds its mark, it has much to offer – I went from metal to electro with this bass without problems As it is you have two volume controls and a single, all-over tone control.


Hohner B2A electric bass. Much better on a strap.

It took me a while before finding a comfortable position for the thumb of the right hand microphone just over the bodybut now more problems. The air of professionalism b2aa also heightened by the presence of an XLR connector next to the normal jack socket, but quite honestly I’ve never owned an XLR plug and wouldn’t know where to plug the other end. You can also get interesting sounds passive, playing with the controls – there is a very nice grain that emerges Despite that niggle, the sounds are powerful when you flick into overdrive or active as Hohner would sayand given the slightly-thicker-than-run-of-the-mill-Jap-necks feel of the neck I was quickly running around all over the fretboard and pretending to passing folk that I was indeed a superb bassist.

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