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hersey hersey
Publié le 08/01/06 à 00:17
Value For Money : Excellent
The instrument Submitted trs a great look with a candy apple finish quality of trs beautiful but fragile to scratches. In terms of electronics, Blade has two microphones fawn Jazz bass very reminiscent of a cache Bartolini quips Blade. The electronic one is active and Submitted gnral volume, a balance between the two microphones, and a boost for each microphone push-pull. The sound is remarkable and it was quickly ACCS a range of sounds, although it can be a little breath dplorer level prampli when boost is not enabled and there is no switch to passive mode (battery failure does not forgive her = more!)



This insrument is an excellent alternative to Bass rputes "vintage" as it pulls DLIR price (I got the hands to taient real plates), plus an electronic active, Straplock and comfort of play that make it a real pleasure to play, and it is _a that counts!

UTILIZATION

The neck is rosewood Saddle with good quality. Too bad Blade does not touch in bne and that so few manufacturers do not offer the original installation of such a button by a luthier as still quite risky. Mcaniques level, the quality is a bit lgre, it is unfortunate, but sometimes with instruments and quips in Grover Shaller, we sometimes also of surprises! The tailpiece, it trs correct, massive enough and easily adjustable.

SOUNDS

I use this bass in small concerts with Ampeg Hartke B15 or 350 W depending on the size of scne and its very satisfactory. The button is for me the balance that allows + to quickly find the right balance between bass and treble.

OVERALL OPINION

I possde purchase this bass for 3 years and I have reconnatre it became my prfre. THE FIRST Ds grip, the balance, the quality of touch and fluid game dcoulant sduits me. I prfre is unquestionably comfort of all, I possde several other low and I play it with the majority. The ratio quality price is excellent, even if some things would rethink (a switch in such liability not to be without sound when the battery is dead!)

I tried this bass for curiosities (we do not Fender or Musicman lche so easily!) T and I quickly convinced.
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