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Lindo PDB Series Purple Dove Electric Bass Guitar With Carry Case and Cable


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  • Full-size (44”) basswood tiger-striped body with 2 passive pick-ups
  • Maple neck & rosewood fingerboard with 'dove in flight' pearloid inlays
  • High quality, die-cast chrome bridge and tuning pegs – providing reliable tuning and accurate intonation.
  • 2-way adjustable truss rod
  • Includes a truss rod allen key, lindo branded carry case with carry straps and a guitar lead
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Lindo PDB Series Purple Dove Electric Bass Guitar With Carry Case and Cable + Lindo SBA-15 Series 15W 2 Channel Electric Bass Guitar Amplifier with 6.5 inch Speaker and Dual Sound Ports - Black
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Technical Details
Item Weight3 Kg
Product Dimensions118 x 44.4 x 9.2 cm
Item model numberGR-LALV-2JUN
Body Materialbasswood
Fretboard Materialrosewood
Scale Length880mm
String Gaugemedium
String Materialsteel
Neck Material Typemaple
Number of Strings4
Size44 inches
  
Additional Information
ASINB007901SGO
Best Sellers Rank 8,768 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5 Kg
Date First Available14 Feb 2012
  
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Stand-out Design

A great studio or live bass, the Lindo Purple Tiger is being used by everyone from a 7-piece folk band to heavy rock bands and a one-man-on-a-motorcycle band! Its success in tone is from its versatile P-bass nature and basswood body and the tiger-stripe finish and unique inlays make it a thing of beauty!

Like all our instrument designs, the build quality and sound is always at a level above what the price tag suggests to provide years of enjoyment for the beginner as well as the more advanced bass guitarist.

This range of bass guitars features 1 volume control and 1 tone control to achieve a contrast of sounds with highs, mediums and lows. Suitable for a large range of musical tastes.

Box Contains

1 x Lindo Purple Tiger Electric Bass Guitar
1 x Fitted Carry Case
1 x Guitar Cable

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jon on 1 Nov 2013
I came across Lindo while I was looking for a top quality first Bass guitar to purchase, and the PDB caught my eye instantly with it's stunning looks. After reading the reviews both on Amazon and several forums I was blown away and took the dive.

I'm very happy to say that it was a very wise move! The PDB is nothing short of amazing, from the second you open the box.
The Bass looks absolutely beautiful, and as a Heavy Metal musician, it will also look incredible onstage!
It's very nice and relatively lightweight, making it extremely comfortable when both sitting or standing, and also great for carrying around without discomfort.

The action on the fretboard is tremendous, with the strings being neither too close nor too far away, so from the get go you can just start playing away. The machine heads also hold tuning very well, which is even more reassuring as I play tuned one step down, which I thought may affect their performance, but it's not an issue at all!

As for the tone, there's a great amount of versatility available, from deep low tones to the "Korn Bass", that distinct clicky style, as well as everything in between. I'd more than happily take this bass to perform any style of music, from Smooth Jazz to Scandinavian Black Metal!

I am blown away by how top quality this product is for the price it is! I have played guitar for 10 years, and I have experimented with many basses over that time, but I am very proud to say the first bass I have bought is a Lindo PDB, and I absolutely love it!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By BTW Bass on 5 Aug 2012
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I recently purchased this bass to play on stage with my band, using a lanes stack I managed to get a great sound without having to change anything apart from the obvious (tuning). After playing for just under an hour the strings stayed in tune properly and stays in tune really well, it gives a really good heavy metal tone and I would definitely recommend this product to other metal bassists.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Su Danim on 7 Dec 2013
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As another reviewer said, the action on the fretboard is excellent , with the strings nicely placed. I wanted a decent bass on a budget. My main criteria oddly was aesthetics as I admire guitars as works of art and I like displaying them as much as I like playing them. However I also wanted a quality sounding instrument and this bass definitely ticks all the boxes. The cable and case are pretty basic and the case is not padded but I expected that at the price paid and I always planned to upgrade these anyway. Very happy with this purchase and I look forward to experimenting with it over coming months.
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I Have been looking for a new bass as mine has seen better days, after seeing this pop up i thought hey why not price is good and it looks like a good quality piece of kit., must be the chrome and those dove inlays

Just received the bass today and first impressions were how much lighter it was compared to my original bass and quite small to which was nice, but as i started to play it and as you do you tend to look into more detail, i started to notice some oddities for example the lindo logo on the neck was't chrome but a flat white, then the triangle plastic cover isn't flush to the point where the screws have been rounded off from trying to screw it in and failed, the jack sticks out on one side, so far its not looking good, so you know i went hmm well that's just bollox, but hey s*** happens right who cares sounds good looks nice what more can you say not everything is what it looks like in a picture oh the joys of online shopping :D ta tar
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I didn't plan to learn the bass; it was more a matter of necessity. I am a member of a jamming group and unfortunately there were far too many lead guitarists. Rather than persist with my much loved Fender Stratocaster I decided to undertake a new challenge. (I make it sound so noble, don't I? It was more of a case of 'Oh alright, I'll play bass'.) Initially I borrowed a Fender Precision bass to see if I could get on with the instrument. To my unexpected joy I found it almost easy and certainly more instantly satisfying and gratifying than playing the guitar. Perhaps I am more a natural bassist than guitarist.

I quickly realised that I needed my own instrument so on the spur of the moment I bought the Lindo PDB, thinking I would upgrade if I decided to stick with the bass. It is a nice colour (I like purple, okay?), distinctive (almost unusual?) looking and I liked the idea of a gigging bass - something lightweight, certainly less heavy than the dreadnought I had been playing. I did wonder whether I had made a mistake by buying an instrument without trying it first (foolish, I know). In the end it didn't matter; for its price the Lindo PDB was worth every penny.

Pros:
1) It is a full sized instrument, yet it feels and handles like a guitar. It weighs about 3kg - about the same as my Fender Stratocaster. This makes it light enough to play for extended periods without causing backache. I would still recommend buying a decent padded strap though, for extra comfort.
2) When played clean it has a lovely rich sound, especially now that the strings have lost their initial metallic buzziness.
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