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Cort SJBCE
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Cort SJBCE

4-string acoustic bass guitar from Cort belonging to the SJB series.

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Jeremy691 Jeremy691
Publié le 11/06/07 à 13:37
Complete specifications on: http://www.cort.co.kr/english/products/acoustics/view.asp?product_id=56 # ( http://www.cort.co.kr/english/products/acoustics/view.asp?product_id=56# )
Jumbo body type.
Sides, back and round table in mahogany, Sitka spruce top. Table fret rosewood.
Electronics Fishman Prefix Plus T Hipshot Tuners.
Generally very good finish, varnish impeccable.

UTILIZATION

Handle very nice, access to acute facilities by cutting Jumbo.
Large! In a fly is believed nearly a cello ...
Nice touch, there is the feeling of an acoustic instrument.
Correct weight.
Reliable tuning through the mechanisms Hipshot.
Electronics:
Settings: Bass / Contour / Treble / Volume gloss Integrated tuner
9v classic.

SOUNDS

Acoustics, I play mostly blues, old rock ... We obtain the desired sound quickly thanks to multiple settings. I tend to lower the brightness when I go new ropes to avoid the metal too.
A sound with character and body. Attention played at the fingers, the power output is lower than that of an acoustic guitar.
Amplified, the sound is very clear, warm.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 1 year.
I love its look, its sound, finish and texture of the wood used.
This is my first electro-acoustic bass.
The value for money is very good. There are less in some high-end manufacturers.
I would do without hesitation that choice
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