Enfield Lionheart (Black Raven) Review

2017-10-23T15:18:20+00:00June 27th, 2015|Categories: Gear Reviews|5 Comments

This week I’m reviewing the Enfield Lionheart bass developed by Martin Sims at the Sims Custom Shop in Kent, UK.
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  1. Ray Rhodes June 27, 2015 at 7:22 pm - Reply

    great job on this demo – talk about choice – what a fantastic selection of tones and all great sounding as well

  2. Mark S Beretta June 27, 2015 at 8:57 pm - Reply

    You cant ask for a better carbon fiber neck , material same as Formula -1 awesome looking Grand Prix cars.
    The body of that bass is beautiful , I want it . I looked thru the Enfield Lionheart website , nice basses through out of all products .

  3. Mark S Beretta June 28, 2015 at 1:26 am - Reply

    Mark does this carbon fiber neck have a truss rod .

    The reason they use carbon fiber in Formula-1 is its light and doesn’t splinter in a crash like other material they’ve used.
    The seat in a Formula – 1 car is like sitting in a recliner all the way back , the drivers say they can feel every bump.
    It gets 122 degrees in these F- 1 cars while racing so these guys are in top shape with strong neck muscles.
    This is my favorite sport over all others.

  4. JKotey June 30, 2015 at 5:01 pm - Reply

    Mark, you are one mean mutha***! 🙂

    How could you show a beginner bassist like me such a wonderful piece of gear!?? I’ve only been playing 6 months you know. Now I’m going to have to be saving my pennies for the next 3 years in order to be able to replace this wonky old Caraya 5-string (borrowed from church) with a stunning Enfield Lionheart. Do you even know the exchange rate of Pounds to Cedis?

    🙂 all in good fun Mark, thanks for this video!

  5. Marco Brown April 12, 2018 at 5:12 am - Reply

    That’s a beautiful instrument. Nicely done!

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