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- Low Made in Kore, it has 22 Cells in medium frets, all on a rosewood fingerboard inlaid with mother of pearl style and cue block bordered by a biding. This handle screwed me furious to think how Jazzbass run 70's!
Micro are the Seymour Duncan smb4d for the bridge and a sjb3 "quartet pound" next round, all led by a Duncan Designed active electronics (assembled goal by who??) That includes a volume, balance, treble, mid , bass and a switch that has two modes that I would call classic and modern acting as the general tonalitée of the instrument.
Otherwise, the hardware is clean, meca Hipshot, Cordier Cort solid graphite nut ... it does!
What's more, the jack is a Neutrik and the table bookmatched flamed maple ...
- The handle is a delight for any fan of Jazzbass, it is extremely easy and comfortable access to acute is very good, good ergonomics found in short, allows himself to play this bass without a major obstacle except maybe weight, slightly above average in my opinion!
Get a good sound is very easy, once absorbed the function of each knob is very intuitive!
- This bass suits me more than one way (and I'm not a fan of the asset base!) Because its has a very personal while being not too marked by the active electronics, ideal for those who want to have an instrument that's Personalities (something that, in my experience, is not evident in the low active)
I play an Ampeg B200R and a compressor Marshall ED1 home, things go well together, I just was surprised by the relatively low output level of the low, that said, it suits me because no re-tuning has make changes to instrument for my Jazzbass!
Otherwise, its level, I would say more Polivalente Stingray (thanks to the micro Jazzbass) although I saw some Stingray equipped like this one!
- Overall Opinion
- A sublime instrument, very easy when you come from Jazzbass, no complaints! We feel the experience of Cort (who built many of the instruments with Koreen Samick) and in the end, this instrument is a great location in relation qualitée price! I have a Fender Stratocaster lite ash that comes from the same plant and qualitée is to go with a benefit to cort on "small" details that make a big difference, I highly recommend as best as ibanez made concurrent with a true Personalities!
- - In what country does she makes?
Well made in Korea ...
- How many frets, what kind of micro as well as their configuration?
22 frets, Seymour Duncan jazz bass musicman neck and bridge.
- What type of bridge (Floyd, Wilkinson ...)?
Bridge Cort, trs good I find ...
- What are the rglages (Volume, Tone slecteur micro ...)?
Bass, treble, mdium, volume, slecteur micro switch that cuts the mids for slap
- What type of race?
- - The handle is it enjoyable?
the handle is super enjoyable, a rgal.
- Access in acute (dernires freight) is it easy?
So easy ... no curling ...
- Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
Yes trs good, it is a bit heavy, but it is a guarantee of quality: Sustain ...
- Gets it easy to sound good? ...
And it was his strong point:
I play jazz, rock, funk, I slap a lot and a little rage againt the machine ...
Desire a versatile ...
- - Appropriate are your style of music?
Yes to the funk, it's great, you rule a little and groove mchamment "/>.
- With what (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) play
I play on a head bssbase HK 600 with all-aluminum cabinet Hartke.
- What kind of sound you get and with what rglages ("crystalline", "bold ",....)?
We put the microphone musicman, are cut sharp and we put the lower thoroughly, one begins to Jaco ...
We put 3 quarts and 1 jazz bass musicman quarter, cut the midrange, bass and treble almost a background, we take for flea ...
It puts both micro and medium, we make little Stevie Wonder (y).
But we can all do vraimment, more micro jazz bass STRID Growl. There are grain jazz bass quite easily with the neck pickup.
- Overall Opinion
- - How long have you use it?
A year ...
- What is the particular feature you like best and least?
I like its versatility,
I n'apprcie not the fact that the rope can not be trs low, so it's less comfortable to slap, but the sound is great.
- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
Yes, mostly fender, I prfre my cort ...
- How do you report qualitprix?
Perfect, we do not RVer little better ...
650 euro for a bass that is worth 4 times more ...
- With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...
- * The violin is more "upscale" with respect to the price of the intrument, just a flat p'tit for the handle that does (for my taste) not get the strings down without curling hyper ... but this bass is not done by a luthier nor
* The pickups are Seymour Duncan: a Jazz and a pad type Musicman. The electronics are very versatile: a low, an acute, a medium with a switch preset to two frequencies (a more acute and lowest)
* The lifts are okay
* No particular problem with this instrument, the quality is the appointment
- * The easy grip handle, thin and fast, nickel for those who have small hands (38mm at nut and 62mm at the 22nd fret)
* Access to acute is easy
* Electronics DUNCAN is very easy to access, the knobs are neither too easy nor too hard to maneuver, although fluid as it should
* The bass is very well balanced and the weight is very correct I think
- * The sound is very good, well-defined, not runny, frankly, when I tried it at the luthier DAMICO, I fall on your ass, it sounds to Embler and corrections are very effective, different sounds are notable contrast to other low where it seems that the mail is missing
* The bass is active, I find that there is no breath
* As I said above, this bass is very versatile at the beginning I had bought for his side to play slamming the Iron Maiden, but in fact I spend well above the disco, so good operating range
- Overall Opinion
- * This low satisfy me 200% and I would advise anyone looking for a reasonably priced low p'tite with great versatility and comfort of play
* Value / competitive price
- The bass was manufactured in Korea.
Model has 22 frets, the pickups are bassline, jazz bass as a serious micro and a double micro acute
The bridge is big and reassuring.
Level settings, there is a master general, a micro balance, bass, mid, low, and a switch to a shape that digs mediums.
The neck is fairly close to that of a jazz bass
- I took it in hand, it was settled as I like. When empty, it is very easy to play. Little effort. It's good for someone who plays a lot like me who tends to tendinitis.
access to acute is excellent. much easier than my jazz bass deluxe, fender while, however, made the above efforts.
The low weight is not too heavy.
With the shape similar to that of a jazz bass I was not particularly out of place
- I play everything from jazz to hard rock to folk. Connected directly to the table, or an amp (I have a Gallien Krueger MB150), versatility (I do not know if that word exists) of this intrument is to die for. Tampering in some settings, I could easily bring the sounds I like (musicman, jazz bass).
It must be said that the bridge pickup adds a double sacred potato.
The shape is excellent too. It facilitates the setting.
It has a SansAmp side: when there is no sound, you put the shape, and it sounds alone.
It's a bit easier, as summarized, but I did a rehearsal 'connected directly to the table, I set the shape, and I left straight on the table and I have touched nothing.
- Overall Opinion
- it's been a few days I have. I love everything about this bass. I have a deluxe jazz bass cost me 1400 euros, in addition, the cort gb94 at 700 euros a virtually unbeatable value for money.
I have to buy a fretless, I will start by trying Cort models first.