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Fender BG-29Published on 01/20/14 at 06:41
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Low electro-acoustic Fender Korean made guitar, cutaway spruce table, round mahogany back and sides, rosewood fingerboard 20 frets, piezo Fender / Fishman including volume, equalize three bands: low, mid, treble. stainless steel mechanical oil bath.

First, it has a nice look! ... manufacturing and finishing honest.

UTILIZATION

Its design promotes a comfortable game: mass balance is correct: the handle does not sting desperately down as soon as the left hand is removed! ... (This is the case in Kingman models Fender), the short scale of "30 is also more because the size is less, in my case I found the game easier and more enjoyable.

Access to acute is facilitated by cutting the......
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Low electro-acoustic Fender Korean made guitar, cutaway spruce table, round mahogany back and sides, rosewood fingerboard 20 frets, piezo Fender / Fishman including volume, equalize three bands: low, mid, treble. stainless steel mechanical oil bath.

First, it has a nice look! ... manufacturing and finishing honest.

UTILIZATION

Its design promotes a comfortable game: mass balance is correct: the handle does not sting desperately down as soon as the left hand is removed! ... (This is the case in Kingman models Fender), the short scale of "30 is also more because the size is less, in my case I found the game easier and more enjoyable.

Access to acute is facilitated by cutting the bass as "Cutaway" ...

SOUNDS

Not connected, the selection of appropriate type acoustic strings Phosphor Bronze gives a balanced tone, projection is sufficient to support a soft acoustic context. For the use of a higher sound power, it can connect to more presence.

With its preamp Fishman, the game is pretty good amplified: it is not necessary to adjust the balance further bass / treble even though it is reassuring to sculpt the sound with the graphic equalizer 3-band + volume preamp Fishman.

OVERALL OPINION

I tried low Larrivée much better but it is certainly not in the same budget! ...

Used for several years, it is a good bass sound respectable good quality / price ratio that I enjoy playing and take everywhere (where it plays! ..).
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Fender BG-29Published on 06/16/06 at 04:55
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Acoustic bass made in Korea, short handle enjoyable classic (20 frets), safe and reliable hardware, trs good Fishman "Classic 4" with 4 levels of rglage (volume, bass, treble, brightness). The body is not too fat, lgrement bomb and makes this low trs enjoyable play. The violin is beautiful and well thought trs. Finally, the color black is beautiful.
In short, we are dealing with a beautiful instrument and trs jolly well screwed. I prfre sleeves 24 frets but it's personal. As the price is right I will put all the little paintings because it's worth it.

UTILIZATION

The handle is enjoyable, good ergonomics is trs, the violin is caring ... and then it sounds the thunder of God in pure......
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Acoustic bass made in Korea, short handle enjoyable classic (20 frets), safe and reliable hardware, trs good Fishman "Classic 4" with 4 levels of rglage (volume, bass, treble, brightness). The body is not too fat, lgrement bomb and makes this low trs enjoyable play. The violin is beautiful and well thought trs. Finally, the color black is beautiful.
In short, we are dealing with a beautiful instrument and trs jolly well screwed. I prfre sleeves 24 frets but it's personal. As the price is right I will put all the little paintings because it's worth it.

UTILIZATION

The handle is enjoyable, good ergonomics is trs, the violin is caring ... and then it sounds the thunder of God in pure acoustic. A marvel and I PSE expressions.
The electronic is the height but the real fun of this instrument is to play "dry". To feel all the quality of electronics, you have to play on a acoustic amp is the same if not much fun that when you plug in a fun acoustic guitar on a normal amp. Beware the feedback. But the guitar has nothing to do.

SOUNDS

To return the sound, then, is the great class. This should lower all the styles that can accommodate an acoustic bass, so jazz to rock to the Tyrolean Youtz and Cajun roots well.
The electronic is fine and well rpond trs. The brightness allows the bass to sound beautiful fawn. Fishman did not quip this bass pickups moldy, they are reputable Gaux them.
The again, I put all full of paintings.

OVERALL OPINION

As everyone has understood, the end of this notice, I fell in love with this bass. This is an excellent choice to do and I would do the same.
I personally no longer uses it too. I had bought for a project that fell acoustic water. I use it to exercise myself but I will sell the first one that promises to Offir deuxime a life.
This bass excels in style and offers an unbeatable price-quality ratio.
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  • Manufacturer: Fender
  • Model: BG-29
  • Category: 4-string acoustic bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 04/27/2006

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