The BBP34 is a different beast than its predecessor. The Yamaha BB series basses have held a unique slot in the bass world for their original take on the classic vibe that everyone seems to want. Are these improvements, or does it lose the classic BB Bass sound? Which bass would you buy? I decided to record a short review of my bass , Yamaha BB434. Hi there! New vs. Used. The BBs (BB stands for Broad Bass) supply the meaty punch players look for in a Fender, but with a slightly refined voice and … Authored by Platinum Viking Yamaha is certainly a popular name in the instrument world, known for its superb craftsmanship and attention to quality control, and if I were handed this bass while wearing a blindfold, I would have probably guessed it was a Yamaha right off the bat. The model has gone from a functional, likable instrument to a streamlined creature that still has as much soul as the BBs of old. **LinksWeb - https://www.soundslikeben.comFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/SoundsLikeBenTwitter - https://twitter.com/BenRoseBassInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/soundslikebenig/** Basses Used for ComparisonYamaha BB434 - http://bit.ly/34Ism7RYamaha BB1025X - https://reverb.com/marketplace?query=bb1025x**Gear Used to make this videoSony A6000 CameraRode MicKemper Profiler**SoftwarePropellerhead Reason 10Adobe PremiereAdobe Photoshop Beginners might choose to start with an inexpensive option, but it could end up as an expensive one if the guitar you bought is not of the quality you want. This requires practice and obviously a good bass guitar. Yamaha's newest line of Broadbass departs from many of the BB Bass conventions. Yamaha BB234 Review A bass guitar creates the fundamentals of any song with every other band member following it. Both have rosewood fingerboards, but you can upgrade the pickups on the new model. Yamaha’s much-loved BB (Broadbass) line is back, with some great new tweaks and touches! The BB735A is their upper-entry level/mid-market, Indonesian-made, active/passive 5-string offering, retailing for $799.99 (MAP). Yamaha's newest line of Broadbass departs from many of the BB Bass conventions. If some of you are considering buying one of those basses, hopefully this will help. Though I can’t consider this bass a BB in its purest form, that isn’t a bad thing. There are a number of models in the series, made both in Japan and abroad and aimed at a wide swath of target demographics. This review compares the BB434 to the BB1025X and shows differences in construction features as well as sound comparisons. Are these improvements, or does it lose the classic BB Bass sound? 4-string vs. 5-string.