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Schack Carbon 5 FretlessPublished on 09/06/08 at 10:53
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in Germany, this beauty has no less Germanic in 26frets on a graphite shaft screw inserts through the body consists of a single block of walnut, which augurs a good sustain ...
this bass is fretted that, but I did it défrettée to appreciate all the roundness, because even if the active electronics is good, what emerges from the mix graphite body + = a walnut sec
are the usual settings: scale, master, bass, mid, high.

UTILIZATION

Let's talk about the handle ...
one piece of graphite, and thus more rigid than wood, this one is the luxury of being extremely fine (maybe 2cm thick at the base of the handle), which gives a speed of play copy!
However, the pitch of 36 is rather...…
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Made in Germany, this beauty has no less Germanic in 26frets on a graphite shaft screw inserts through the body consists of a single block of walnut, which augurs a good sustain ...
this bass is fretted that, but I did it défrettée to appreciate all the roundness, because even if the active electronics is good, what emerges from the mix graphite body + = a walnut sec
are the usual settings: scale, master, bass, mid, high.

UTILIZATION

Let's talk about the handle ...
one piece of graphite, and thus more rigid than wood, this one is the luxury of being extremely fine (maybe 2cm thick at the base of the handle), which gives a speed of play copy!
However, the pitch of 36 is rather confusing, it is very tired right arm ...

access is facilitated by an acute light Chanfrain in the body.

say that does not take up too many problems, but as part of a repeat of long duration, it is preferable to reverse a well-padded strap and wide to distribute pressure on the shoulder ...
otherwise the sound is a picture of what one would expect, accurate, precise (listen so bad as it rumbles!), and quite slamming (graphite + body in one piece requires).

SOUNDS

The slap is a honor and everything to do with rock or funk ...
However, even if the sound is balanced, the mail is not really in line with the rest of the instrument!

OVERALL OPINION

I used it almost a year, and I was happy the first (my scratch for that matter, like the drummer who hold on me forever so he likes the sound lol)

The negative, because there is one, is only one type of rope is mounted on this bass!
and yes, it is a model EXTRA long scale, which gives all its depth so bad ...

m'enfin, I gladly would do this purchase (although chti a little cheaper if possible), because it ensures question slap!

EDIT 06/09/2008: sold nearly 4 years ago because the handle was not comfortable enough for my small frame ^ _ ^
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  • Manufacturer: Schack
  • Model: Carbon 5 Fretless
  • Category: Electric Fretless Basses
  • Added in our database on: 02/20/2005

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