Yamaha RBX4A2 Bass Guitar

with A.I.R. body, in Jet Black finish

 
£511.00
£511.00
€599,00
€625,00
incl. VAT
( SRP: £562.00 )
RBX4A2 Bass Guitar
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Overview

Revolutionary Super-Light 4-String Electric Bass Guitar
The RBX-A2 guitar is the next revolution in evolution. The conventional wisdom in building electric guitars has long been that the more uniform and heavy the material, the better the sound. Yamaha has shattered this concept with an advanced technology called Alternative Internal Resonance, or A.I.R. for short. A.I.R. combines lightweight and resonant softwoods sandwiched between harder tonewoods creating an instrument loaded with sustain and tone while maintaining an ultra lightweight construction. Already proven in the RGX line,Yamaha now offers this sustain and tone in the RBX line with the RBX4 A2.

Features

The Secret of A.I.R. Technology
Alternative Internal Resonance (or A.I.R.) technology utilises a lightweight wood core sandwiched between a harder, heavier wood on both the front and back of the guitar's body. Special sound tubes pass through the body so that string vibrations normally resonating only the guitar's top are transmitted through the entire body. By exciting the entire body structure and shaping the tone with the hard top and back, A.I.R. construction creates a full, powerful, and resonant tone with distinctive presence and body that are truly unique.

Specs

  • Construction: Bolt on
  • Scale Length: 34’’ (864mm)
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood / 24 frets
  • Radius: 10’’ (250mm)
  • Body: A.I.R. Body
  • Neck: Maple
  • Tuners: Diecast
  • Bridge: A.I.R. Mounting, System Bridge
  • Pickups: Single Coil x 2
  • Controls: Front Volume, Rear Volume, Master Tone
  • PU’s Colours : Front = Green, Rear = Blue; the brightness of the indicator gains in conjunction with volume
Product IDYAM-RBX4A2-JBL
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