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Harley Benton RB-600BK Classic Series

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Electric Guitar

  • Build: Semi-hollow body
  • Body: Mahogany
  • Set-in neck: Maple
  • Fretboard: Amaranth
  • Fretboard inlays: Dots
  • Fretboard binding
  • Body binding
  • Neck profile: C
  • Scale: 628 mm
  • Nut width: 42 mm
  • 22 Frets
  • Double-Action truss rod
  • Pickup: 2 Artec Classic Mini humbuckers
  • 2 Volume controls and 2 tone controls
  • 3-Way switch
  • Rik-O-Matic bridge
  • Casino tailpiece
  • Chrome hardware
  • Die-cast machine heads
  • Ex-factory stringing: D'Addario
  • Colour: Black
  • Suitable case: Article no. 172299 (not included)
Colour Black
Body Mahogany
Top Mahogany
Neck Maple
Fretboard Amaranth
Frets 22
Scale 628 mm
Pickups HH
Tremolo No
Incl. Case No
Incl. Bag No
Produkt dostępny od Czerwiec 2018
Numer artykułu 428796
Dostępny B-Stock od 198 €
217 € 1 020,84 zł
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waldemar.jancz 08.07.2021
Bardzo fajne wykonanie. Jedyne co mi się nie podoba to brak możliwości indywidualnej regulacji akcji strun. w przypadku mojego egzemplarza akcja E6 była niższa niż A5 i nie można nic z tym zrobić. Być może szlifowanie progów, ale nie chce inwestować w nową gitarę dodatkowych kosztów. Poza tym
bardzo przyjemny instrument.
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Marcin Gąsior 04.01.2021
bardzo przyjemna gitara o dość ciepłym brzmieniu, uwagę zwraca dobre wykączenie detali, progi równo nabite. W ustawieniu fabrycznym można się pokusić o niższe ustawienie akcji strun. Moim zdaniem bardzo przyzwoity produkt w tej cenie do uprawiania rock&rolla
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Issues yes, but still 5 stars. Here's why.
PKFinAZ 04.01.2021
FYI, the guitar cost me US $360 total, delivered to Arizona, w/gig bag. About the same as a high end Fender Squier from Guitar Center - so inexpensive, but not cheap.

For starters, the guitar arrived essentially unplayable. All of the frets had needle sharp sprouts, and the neck was significantly up-bowed. The strings were D'Addarios, but they felt sticky and grimy, and the action was set very high. The fretboard was also dirty. The tuners were very cheaply made. Nowhere close to the quality on most Squiers. Finally, one corner of the pickguard was popping up.

So why 5 stars? First off, because I know how to fix these things myself. I sanded down the fret sprouts, cleaned and oiled the fretboard, adjusted the truss rod, mounted a set of Wilkinson/Jin-Ho locking tuners, screwed down the pickguard and put on fresh D'Addario strings.

I now have a rather amazing and unique guitar. The fit, finish and overall look is great. The short scale neck is slim and fast. The bridge is a little tricky to adjust, but it works well enough, and I actually like the little cover over it. I suspected the neck would be unstable, but I was wrong. After the major adjustment the truss rod has only required minor tweaks.

I've saved the best for last . . . this freakin' thing sounds amazing! No, no, no it does not sound like a Ric, but it sounds like nothing else I've ever played, and I definitely will NOT need to swap out the pickups. Oh, and the controls also perform well, giving me access to a range of tones that I really like, and that I wasn't expecting. Fantastic fun!

In conclusion, an excellent purchase if you understand what you're getting. I expect you would pay at least US $100 for the set up work if you don't do it yourself. Add another $50 or so for the tuners and strings. Beginners with no experience of these things will likely be disappointed. Oh, and this will be my last Harley Benton unless and until Thomann sets up distribution and return facilities here in the US. I hope some of you find this helpful!
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Maybe pass on this one
Jonny Reckless 04.10.2019
I own 3 other Harley Benton guitars: CST-24, XT-22 and TE-70RW deluxe. All of these 3 guitars are superb value for money and surprisingly high quality fit, finish, playability and tone.

I was therefore slightly disappointed with the RB-600BK. There are no obviously major flaws with it, but overall it's not of the same high standard as my other Harley Benton guitars. The tuning machines are wobbly and have quite a lot of slack. The nut was cut a bit too high making intonation and action adjustment difficult. The fretboard is rough and very dry. The frets were a bit scratched and corroded. The pickups were quite microphonic, especially the bridge pickup which squeals at gig volume. The bridge saddles have evidence of corrosion on them. The bridge was not mounted flush or level. The inside of the body behind the F hole is splattered with glue and paint. One of the knobs broke off when I pulled it to take a look at the pots.

I was able to address these issues, and have now got the guitar up to a reasonable playing standard, but based on my experience, I would pass on this particular Harley Benton model. I do own a genuine Rickenbacker among my other guitars, and I appreciate that the HB model is only 1/10th of the price of the comparable USA made Ricky, but you'd struggle with this guitar unless you have some basic luthier skills required to get it up to the necessary standard for playability.
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