Made in Asia (I do not know where exactly)
Alder body, Maple neck with Rosewood fret marker (24)
Controls: 1 volume with microphones, a general tone
The violin is not top flight. For example, you can feel the fret inlays along the edge of the handle but it is not very embarrassing.
The real weak point is located at the lifts. Maybe it's the model I bought but it goes out of tune very easily. So be careful.
But for this price range the violin is quite honorable and does not affect the grip.
It is well balanced handle is nice (type accuracy) and access to acute is without problems.
The instrument is light so I changed my other basses.
No need to spend hours looking for a sound and is very well ... You plug and play. It is a simple low, unpretentious and makes very good job.
Above all, I installed net ropes course.
It is especially here that the instrument blew me away ....
She has a great sound. It is versatile. The corrections are very effective. It sounds all the configuration.
In micro serious she purrs, she sang in treble.
I was looking for a bass fretless OCCAZ to begin with I have tried a lot. The small cheap fender is a scam, The Cort is not bad but do not fret markers and there I found.
It is perfect to begin with and has great sound.
This instrument opened my new sound.
I love the fretless
If you want to feel free to fretless is the perfect instrument.
Of course I'm not completely gaga, she faults, but frankly nothing to report its money is well worth it once