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  • Brice - Bass Z6Published on 07/23/08 at 09:27
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Korea, it's nice work. The neck is straight as an I, 2 rods for rgler.
    Soap bar pickups, I suppose the local manufacturer. Its powerful, prampli powered by a battery 9 volt
    6 bridge saddles, string after string rglage Individual
    Rglages 4: bridge pickup volume, neck pickup volume, balance of two microphones (used because it can rgler the volume of each micro ....) and tonalitbr /> Channel crossing in 5 parts, rosewood fingerboard

    UTILIZATION

    Channel easy to play, last Access in boxes more complicated it would have been my taste a little horn DCALL lower
    The bass is not too heavy up with ropes nets half-round, she keeps singing round threads and a touch prserve

    As......
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    Made in Korea, it's nice work. The neck is straight as an I, 2 rods for rgler.
    Soap bar pickups, I suppose the local manufacturer. Its powerful, prampli powered by a battery 9 volt
    6 bridge saddles, string after string rglage Individual
    Rglages 4: bridge pickup volume, neck pickup volume, balance of two microphones (used because it can rgler the volume of each micro ....) and tonalitbr /> Channel crossing in 5 parts, rosewood fingerboard

    UTILIZATION

    Channel easy to play, last Access in boxes more complicated it would have been my taste a little horn DCALL lower
    The bass is not too heavy up with ropes nets half-round, she keeps singing round threads and a touch prserve

    As I've dj said, there is a button on my taste too. Also, I found out that there is too much potato, some amps do not follow. Too bad there is no possibility of dconnecte active electronics. I'm sure it would sound as well without

    SOUNDS

    I play jazz rock style UZEB, Alain Caron. Prtendre without having the level of the master, I feel a little bit by grinding bte as I approach the sound. Not bad for an instrument connected to a 300 euros markbass.

    Resonance it clean, nothing really wrong.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have 3 years. I wanted to spend the 6-string fretless not ruin me, in case I can not do. I am quite happy with my purchase. I plan to buy another.
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