Yamaha RBX270 Reviews
I love this bass, and I think it's easily the best bass of its type around for the price range money. I recommend it to anyone who is learning, or anyone who is looking for quality, at a affordable price. [read more on Audiofanzine]Lara rated this unit on 2004-06-03.
Yamaha makes no junk. Even their entry-level instruments are good for beginners and intermediates. I don't play in a band, I just record instrumental music at home on a four track, and I absolutely do not need something better. If music is how you make a living, spend $800.00 (or more). If you are a closet player like me, or if you're a weekend ... [read more on Audiofanzine]M.V., Costa Mesa, Ca rated this unit on 2003-08-07.
It's a great beginner and back-up bass! I would recommend this for any beginner, but if you want to progress with your bass I suggest looking for a higher quality axe. [read more on Audiofanzine]duffman rated this unit on 2003-07-16.
This bass is great. It is good for both a starter and an established musician. The bass was so great that even though the only color that was left in the store was purple, I got it anyway. Keep rockin' with the Yamaha RBX270 bass! [read more on Audiofanzine]RETB rated this unit on 2003-05-27.
It is a great buy for the money. So what if there's a stigma attached to the stage performer with an inexpensive Yamaha in his/her hands! It compares to the Music Man Stingray in sound. I only use my $1700 stingray in the studio. On stage, this baby really gives a blow to the gut. [read more on Audiofanzine]Nick Kennedy rated this unit on 2003-03-08.
At this price, nothing comes close. Quite possibly the best beginner's bass. [read more on Audiofanzine]Jack Price van Alwon rated this unit on 2003-01-27.
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