TMB100 is a brand new model in the standard Talman Bass series. It was introduced at 2016 NAMM show and it`s meant to fill the gap between the upper echelons of the lineup and the basic TMB30 models. What we have here is a vintage-looking, but modern-sounding bass guitar with classic construction and modern playability. Tone-wise, it is best suited for modern rock, blues, pop, jazz and r`n`b styles, though it can hold its own in harsher environments. TMB100 has a big and vibrant color palette. It is made up of six gloss-finished options: Black, Tri Fade Burst, Ivory, Transparent Red, Coral Red and Mint Green.
TMB100`s chassis is a fairly simple one - a solid and flat mahogany body and a bolt-on maple neck with the classic TMB4 profile in the back. The chassis is completed by a 20-fret rosewood fingerboard placed on top of the neck. 1.625" nut, 9.45" radius, medium frets and dot inlays complete the fingerboard. Ibanez Dynamix J (single-coil) and P (split single-coil) pickup form a classic combo and have a standard Talman controls unit installed with them. Standard top-load bridge and die-cast tuners keep this simple four-stringer in perfect tune.
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